Kaye-Ree, the daughter of a Persian father and a German mother who left Iran during the Iranian Revolution, has always been an artist wedged between two cultures: it influenced her eclectic musicianship, shaping the contours of jazz-infused R&B, sophisti-pop, funk-tinged classical music, and Hip Hop. The experienced singer-songwriter, known for exploring universal themes surrounding love,... Continue Reading →
Teenage cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has become the first artist to receive the brand new BRIT Certified Breakthrough Award, after selling 30,000 copies of his debut album ‘Inspiration’ in the UK. He has also surpassed 100,000 album sales worldwide – a major milestone for any artist and an astonishing feat for a classical debut.
18-year-old cello player Sheku Kanneh-Mason is taking the music world by storm as he becomes this year’s best-selling British debut artist – across ALL genres – making the Top 20 in the Official UK Albums Chart with his classical album ‘Inspiration’. It entered the main chart at No.18 and is also No.1 in the classical chart. Sheku makes chart history as the first BBC Young Musician winner to enter... Continue Reading →
One of the brightest stars in classical music, teenage cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, has today joined the line-up for a major charity gala in New York, just days after he finished recording his debut album ‘Inspiration’ – due for release on Decca Classics, 26th January 2018. Making his Carnegie Hall debut in ‘The Children’s Monologues’ – a one-night-only theatrical event directed by Oscar-winning Danny... Continue Reading →
During 2013 on my hunt for new music, I came across the beautiful and talented Juliette Ashby. Her unique vocals and style of music had me hooked from the onset and since then I've eagerly followed her every move. But just who is Juliette Ashby? Musicvein met up with her at the Vortex Jazz Club,... Continue Reading →