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Sara Suvaal Lady of Jazz

Singer (female) , Jazz
The artist is residing in Capelle aan den IJssel

€ 950

Sara Suvaal Lady of Jazz
Sara Suvaal Lady of Jazz
Sara Suvaal Lady of Jazz

4+ (group) performers

Indoor and outdoor

Singer (female)

2 hours

3 x 5 meters. For outside, protection ag


In 2019 Sara Suvaal made her debut in Holland's Got Talent and surprised everyone with her unique jazz voice. Sara brings the time of Etta James and Billie Holiday back to life. Her sound is authentic and full of deep soul.

Jazz singer Sara Suvaal and her band offer a two-hour live program full of quiet easy listening jazz interspersed with catchy dance songs. The accompanying band consists of a pianist, guitarist, drummer and double bass player. The band takes care of all the instruments and amplification themselves.

Singer Sara Suvaal grew up with music and sang the stars of heaven as a child. Caribbean, Dutch-speaking, Soul, Jazz, Blues... all styles passed in her youth. For a long time she was part of a steel band and performed in many countries. After that she focused more and more on jazz music. Ella Fitzgerald, Etta James and Billie Holiday were her great examples and sources of inspiration.



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The artist is residing in Capelle aan den IJssel

€ 950,-

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