Known originally as a leading lady in London’s West End, Natasha Seale solidifies her sidestep into the jazz/pop arena with her latest album A Bigger Sky.

Hailed in The Times as “an accomplished Jazz singer” and as “a Jazz lady at heart” by Bebop Spoken, Natasha brings together an all-star rhythm section from the UK jazz scene to present a mixture of Classics & her original songs.
Recent appearances:
the Stables, Wavendon 2017, 2015
Cheltenham Jazz Fringe festival 2016, 2015.

On a Bigger Sky – the debut Album:

‘Explores luxurious Jazz-Pop. Timeless Torch Songs’
The Musician – Winter 2017

 ‘A musically accomplished if not ground breaking body of material and there are plenty of nice touches’ Nigel Beaham-Powell

‘Somewhere between Stevies’s funky soul and Amy’s torch song you’ll find singer-songwriter Seale. Hers is a burnished, passionate sound; energised and emotional music for music lovers’ Davey Ray Moor CousteauX

Gigging with musicians Robert Rickenberg, Jenny Carr, Clive Dunstall & Russell Field presently is a real treat.

Les Misérables the film at Abbey Road and Pinewood Studios & Les Mis 25th anniversary concert, O2
Classical Brits at The Royal Albert Hall & The Royal Variety show with Alfie Boe
Despina in School 4 Lovers – a Hip H’Opera at Glyndebourne & European tour.
My adaptation of Beyond Fear, a one woman show, directed by Hildegard Neil, enjoyed a stint on London’s Fringe, The Hen & Chickens for The Guerrilla Festival for new writing.

Natasha Seale Trio/Consort were regulars at London’s Royal National Theatre Concert Pitch.