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 & original songs.
the Stables, Wavendon, CheltJazzFest/Around Town, IF International Festival Milton Keynes/Acoustic sessions
A Bigger Sky – the debut Album: ‘Explores luxurious Jazz-Pop. Timeless Torch Songs’
‘A musically accomplished if not ground breaking body of material, plenty of nice touches’ Nigel Beaham-Powell
‘Somewhere between Stevies’s funky soul and Amy’s torch song you’ll find Natasha. Hers is a burnished, passionate sound; both old and new, energised and emotional music for music lovers’ Davey Ray Moor CousteauX
Les Misérables, the film – Abbey Road/ Pinewood Studios
Les Mis 25th anniversary concert, O2,
Les Mis -The Palace Theatre, London, Fantine
Classical Brits – The Royal Albert Hall, The Royal Variety – The London Palladium show with Alfie Boe
Donna in Mamma Mia! International Tour
Despina in School 4 Lovers – Hip H’Opera, Glyndebourne & European tour.
Beyond Fear, one woman show, directed by Hildegard Neil, The Hen & Chickens
Natasha Seale Trio/Consort were regulars at London’s Royal National Theatre Concert Pitch, Cafe Boheme, Soho