Introducing Emma Rawicz
Emma Rawicz is a young saxophonist, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer already making her mark on the UK jazz scene, having performed her original music regularly both on the London scene as well as across the UK. She has performed at EFG London Jazz Festival both with her quartet and as part of other bands, and is experienced in performing a wide range of musical genres. This includes traditional jazz, soul, modern and latin jazz and all types of jazz fusion, from rap to folk. She also spends a lot of her musical life composing and arranging, not only for her own ensembles but accepting commissions for others in a variety of formats, namely for festivals such as the Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Festival and ensembles such as INTERCHANGE.
Emma studied both at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Chetham's School of music and now conducts her career alongside her studies in jazz saxophone at the Royal Academy of Music. She is also part of NYJO, playing in their Jazz Orchestra and composing and playing in the Jazz Exchange Programme, as well as doing educational work as a NYJO Ambassador.
Emma enjoys a career of live gigs, composition, recording sessions and educational work, and is set to record her debut album later in 2021.