20 January, 7.30pm
The Polish Jazz Cafe POSK
238-246 King Street
London W6 0RF
Songwriter & jazz-folk singer Monika Lidke creates exciting and original music that truly connects with the audience. Her songs blend jazz and folk with Polish and French roots to create a mesmerising live show.
Monika Lidke is a singer-songwriter of Polish origin, currently living in London. She creates exciting and original music that truly connects with the audience. After many years spent in Paris, Monika moved to London in 2005, and her debut album, “Waking up to Beauty” was released in 2008. Here’s how the famous radio presenter Marek Niedzwiecki (National Radio 3 in Poland) describes Monika’s music: ”Beautiful, delicate, addictive. I can’t get this music out of my head. It’s so good. My sincere congratulations Monika, I am a big fan of yours.”
Monika’s second album “If I was to describe you” was an opportunity for the artist to collaborate with two outstanding guests: Basia Trzetrzelewska (vocals) and Janek Gwizdala (bass guitar). Her band recently played a show at the Polish Radio House Agnieszka Osiecka Studio. They have performed at numerous well-known jazz clubs (Ronnie Scott’s Bar, Pizza Express Jazz Club) and festivals (London Jazz Festival, Rhythms of the World Festival, Manchester Jazz Festival).
For seating reservations please call the manager: 07415 892 436.