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Live At The Silver Building: Rosie Frater-Taylor | Royal Docks Originals

Live At The Silver Building: Rosie Frater-Taylor | Royal Docks Originals

Fri 22 October 2021

Door time / 6:30pm

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Location

LONDON The Silver Building,
60 Dock Rd,
Royal Docks,
London E16 1YZ

Tickets

Free

Rosie Frater-Taylor: Bloom

21-year-old East London-based singer, songwriter and guitarist Rosie Frater-Taylor blurs the lines between jazz, folk, pop and soul. Think Joni Mitchell meets Pat Metheny, Lewis Taylor teams up with Emily King or a female version of John Mayer.

After picking up the guitar, ukulele and bass soon after, Rosie simultaneously studied with Tomorrow’s Warriors, NYJO the Royal Academy of Music and attended songwriting workshops at the Roundhouse. At 16, she started laying out multi-layered guitar-based demos on Cubase, which would eventually become her self-produced debut album ‘On My Mind’ (2018), a collection of songs which garnered praise from BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson “genuinely exceptional”, BBC Radio 1’s Abbie McCarthy “complex, jazzy, smooth, delicate”, songstress Becca Stevens “badass”, with Jazzwise Magazine declaring her “one to watch”.

Rosie has just released her new album ‘Bloom’ which sees her collaborate with Snowpoet’s Chris Hyson on two songs. Rosie blends adventurous songwriting with a whimsical pop sensibility, multi-layered acoustic soundscapes and virtuoso guitar skills, catching the attention of the likes of Gilles Peterson, Jordan Rakei and Michael League.

You can book your free ticket here. Tickets guarantee a space until 7:15PM, at which point we will also be accepting walk ins at the door, so we recommend booking your free tickets and arriving before 7:15PM to avoid disappointment. There will be a mix of unreserved standing and seating. Performance begins at 7.30pm

The series Live at the Silver Building is three nights of free world-class music programmed by Serious. 

The other concerts will see performances from guitarist Justin Adams and gimbri player Mohamed Errebbaa, and singer and violinist Alice Zawadzki. And don’t miss Soho Radio’s Max Reinhardt’s sessions at the Good Hotel bar, inviting musicians such as Camilla George and Arun Ghosh to join him as he blends beats and live music

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