Laura Mvula Live at The Paradiso Amsterdam – In Cinemas Thursday March 5th 2015
Sensational velvet-voiced singer-songwriter and Sony recording artist, Laura Mvula is taking Europe and the US by storm. Fresh from the Letterman Show in the US and the Graham Norton Show closer to home, she is set to reach her exploding global fan-base on the 5th of March at 8 pm when she presents her spectacular live ‘orchestral soul’ concert with the Metropole Orkest from Amsterdam in a special satellite transmission to cinema venues throughout the world, including seven venues in Ireland.
Laura Mvula live at The Paradiso with The Metropole Orkest in Amsterdam, was sold out months in advance, but can now be seen exclusively in cinemas for one night only, with a live Q&A introduction by Laura Mvula plus live finale acoustic set especially for cinema audiences. This is a unique opportunity to experience a live performance of the stunning orchestral arrangements from her sensational ‘Sing To The Moon’ hit album recorded at Abbey Road Studios.
The singer-songwriter’s music fuses orchestral soul, poetic lyrics and thrilling harmonies. Her voice, layered with velvety lushness, is a one-woman symphony – a match made in heaven for the power and talent of the 52 strong, 16-Grammy nominated Metropole Orkest Under the baton of Jules Buckley.
A classically trained composer, Laura Mvula is an amazing songwriting talent with a voice of pure silk. A recent performer at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo and at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall, she already has won two MOBO Awards, as well as an Urban Music Award and was nominated for British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist at the 2014 BRIT Awards. ‘Sing To The Moon’ was hailed as “One of the most striking and original debuts from any British artist in many a year.” by The Telegraph.
One of the most exciting new musical talents to come out of the UK, and heading for world stardom, this Laura Mvula deserves all of attention she is receiving. Don’t miss this one time opportunity to see her and her amazing Orchestral Soul on the big screen in venues around Ireland.