‘Enchantingly dark’, ‘empowered orchestral sound’ and ‘unplugged sophistication’ – Beatrix Players return to Servant Jazz Quarters with their evocative melodies and stories of real life and fantasy. Citing influences as diverse as Michael Nyman and Regina Spektor and drawing comparisons to the likes of Kate Bush and Einaudi Ludovico, this London-based, all female trio combine elements of folk, jazz and classical music. In 2015 the Beatrix Players took their unique sound – a beautiful combination of vocals, piano and cello – into the studio to record their self-produced debut album which has been mixed by two-time BBC Folk Award winner Jim Moray. That as-yet untitled recording is scheduled for release later in 2016. “A warm series of piano-driven songs that combine the dynamics and vocal delivery of Kate Bush with Tori Amos piano-gymnastics” – Folk Radio
Raised in Canada with an Argentinian father and a Scottish mother, Alejandra Ribera was born with the world in her genes. And the globe spins on La Boca, an album that soars a cloud floating above storms, its music that crossing musical continents and frontiers, from chanson to Latin to blues and the sharp, intense beauty of real pop. Her dreamer’s voice rises, light as gossamer but with a heart of passion. Her songs fly.
Born in Santiago de Chile and currently based in Zurich, Linah Rocio’s music is expressive and somewhat fragile - a mix of jazz, indie and pop with a spark of avant-garde. Her songs are encrypted in poetic language , mostly autobiographical -her voice touching yet strong.
"Her voice reminds me of Nordic landscapes, which have this stoic gentle charm when under the spell of wafts of mist.“ - Aargauer Zeitung (Newspaper)