Slow down to the smooth sounds of Rush Hour Jazz at St Stephen Walbrook brought to you this month by the Isobel Gathercole Trio.
Free entry. Donations appreciated. Come and go as you please from 5.30pm-6.45pm. 

Rush Hour Jazz is our monthly event, bringing a Smile to the Square Mile with fantastic music from talented jazz artists. 
Can’t make this month? Join us for our next Rush Hour Jazz on Thursday 3rd March from 5.30pm

Isobel Gathercole
Isobel is a jazz singer based in London. She trained in jazz vocals at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has been performing at many of London’s top jazz venues since arriving on the scene in 2014; including Ronnie Scott’s, the Vortex and the Spice of Life. Isobel developed her love of jazz and the Great American songbook at a very young age and started singing seriously at the age of 11. Since then she has had the opportunity to sing with ensembles of all shapes and sizes from her vocal/guitar duo to playing with a full sized studio orchestra in a tribute to the work of Jeremy Lubbock alongside fellow soloists Lianne Carroll, Joe Stilgoe and Tommy Blaize. She has also explored big band singing through her work as a vocalist with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, in addition to small group work with her own quartet. Her upcoming debut album in collaboration with arranger and composer Colin Skinner is a love letter to the legendary albums of Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra is due to be released on the Acrobat Label in April 2022. Isobel was delighted to get some pre-release airplay courtesy of Clare Teal on her Jazz FM show.

‘Isobel has an innate musicality for sure but more impressive is her natural vocal swagger, a rare commodity, putting you ‘the listener’ immediately at ease.’
Matt Ford – jazz and big band singer

‘She sounds so authentic and stylish but fresh at the same time’
John Wilson – conductor