Next week Live at Karamel…
Friday 12 November at 6pm Online
Entrepreneurship and the Music Industry
Join Collage Arts with studio guests for insights and tips on how to develop as a music entrepreneur in the sector.
All Welcome – FREE admission
Further info / RSVP herehttps://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-12-entrepreneurship-and-the-music-industry-karamel
Friday 12 November at 8pm
EFG London Jazz Festival: Do Not Assume (D.N.A,)
Do Not Assume - a new band new exciting lineup, is led by multi award nominated bassist Rio Kai. Featuring Jonny Mansfield on vibraphone, Jamie Murray on drums and Hanna (Joko Magic) on tenor sax, they bring fourth a refreshing twist of music rooted in the scope of jazz, both old and new. Their take on these traditions are characterised with blistering grooves and syncopated harmonies, underpinned by thematic structures and building on interplay. The culmination of these elements make for a truly unique listening experience.
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets https://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-12-efg-ljf-do-not-assume-dna-karamel
Saturday 13th of November at 11.30am
Wendy Shearer - Story Boat Tales
Wendy Shearer, London-based storyteller with a diverse repertoire of stories. She tells stories drawn mostly from her Afro-Caribbean heritage and her love of classical history. So, expect tricksters, shapeshifters, ancient Greek heroes, gods and goddesses and lots of animals.
Collage Kids is a bi-monthly fun packed performance event for early years children (suggested age range up to 6 years) and their families. It is a relaxed performance in the Karamel restaurant space. The performance is FREE we just ask for whatever you can donate into our tip jar.
Saturday mornings at 11.30am in Karamel
Family Friendly – Free
Please RSVP herehttps://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-13-wendy-shearer-story-boat-tales-karamel
**This week at Karamel**
Thursday 4th of November at 8pm
Portrait of Duke Ellington: Lauren Bush & Marco Marconi
Join vocalist Lauren Bush and pianist Marco Marconi as they explore the fascinating career of Duke Ellington. Featuring some of the most famous jazz standards in history, everything from "A Train" and "It Don't Mean a Thing" to "Solitude" and "Lush Life", his songs tell a story that is full of beautiful, funny and interesting moments. Duke's music was usually intended to be played by a big band, so with Lauren's inventive phrasing and Marco's effervescent piano stylings the two make space for some different forms and styles, and some emotional moments.
All Welcome – £10 admission
Further info / Book Tickets https://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-04-portrait-of-duke-ellington-lauren-bush-and-marco-marconi-karamel
Friday 5th of November at 7pm
Nights of Soul Live Music & Open Mic
love&music are back with their first event post-lockdown! Nights of Soul is an open mic and live music event with a family feel. The house band - VVN & The Origin, will open the night with some of our favourite RnB, Soul, Jazz, Blues and Neo-soul classics before opening the floor for the open mic section.
All Welcome – Admission from £6
Further info / Book Ticketshttps://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-05-nights-of-soul-live-music-and-open-mic-karamel
Saturday 6th November at 8pm
Mehfil Nights at Karamel
Indigo World Events presents ‘Mehfil Nights at Karamel’. A Diwali Special concert featuring Unnati Dasgupta (vocals), Narayanan Poonani (vocals), Mohammed Kassam (keyboard) & Bhavesh Parmar (tabla).
Join us for a special Diwali celebration of ‘Mehfil Nights at Karamel’ featuring Bollywood, Bhajan, Mantra Chants & Sufi music in an acoustic intimate 'Mehfil' setting. A 'Mehfil' is a courtly intimate setting of music.
All Welcome – £25 admission and includes a vegan meal at Karamel for Diwali
Further info / Book Ticketshttps://www.musicglue.com/karamel/events/2021-11-06-mehfil-nights-at-karamel-karamel