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Find us on Facebook and YouTube to watch Reuben James and China Moses perform a never-before-seen set, filmed at the world-renowned Symphony Hall, when it's broadcast on Friday 14 August at 7PM. 

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As a music charity, every day that Town Hall and Symphony Hall are closed puts the livelihood of musicians and artists, staff and suppliers in jeopardy. The current COVID-19 crisis will dramatically limit our ability to present the many learning, talent development and community engagement projects that form a vital part of our work and positively impact almost 20,000 young people and adults each year.

With her incisive voice and high voltage personality, China Moses has taken the jazz world by storm in recent years. The daughter of legendary jazz vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater and Gilbert Moses, she was raised on music and the world of entertainment from a young age. With six studio albums already under her belt, as well as collaborations with everyone from DJ Medhi to Anthony Marshall, China is also a seasoned broadcaster, notably presenting on MTV France, co-hosting the 2016 pre-MOBOs and currently presenting on Jazz FM.

Fast-emerging British singer, songwriter and pianist Reuben James’ virtuoso jazz techniques and soulful, evocative voice have led him to be widely regarded as one the most exciting and creatively assured artists to have emerged in recent years. Although perhaps best known for his ongoing collaborations with Sam Smith, which have included co-writing songs for Smith’s 4 million-selling album The Thrill of It All, James has written for and performed with an array of international star acts including the likes of Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, Brandi Carlile, Herbie Hancock, Elton John, John Legend, Tori Kelly, Little Mix, Disclosure and Liam Payne amongst many others. Reuben signed with Warner/Chappell in 2018 and has since been working on his own material, exploring the boundaries between jazz and pop.