Laura Mvula Tickets
Laura Mvula is a singer and songwriter from Birmingham, United Kingdom. She is fairly new in the music industry and sings in the jazz and soul genre. Having scored a record deal in 2012, she released her first album, “Sing to the Moon” in March. She will be embarking on a tour to promote this new record. If you want to listen to a new and fresh artist, buy Laura Mvula tickets.
Mvaula from a very young age was interested in music. As a little girl, she would listen to "Eterna", the girl band and would try to replicate the harmonies with her two siblings. Living in the suburb area of Kings Heath and Selly Park, there was not much she could do on her own. In 2005, her aunt set up a capella group called "The Black Voices", and this became her first outlet to test her talent. By 2008, when she had had enough practice as a performer, she put together her very own jazz band which she named the "Judyshouse".
This group would perform soul and jazz music. Mvula herself would write the songs that the band would perform in local events, pubs and bars. She also indulged in other singing activities such as singing at the choir in church. Her voice became her trademark and soon she became the director at "Lichfield Community Gospel Choir". This choir itself was formed by the "Black Voices". They first performed at the Lichfield festival back in 2009.
She continues to work with the choir even today. Apart from her local church, she is also a director for the "Alvechurch Community Choir". Her compositions and harmonies are often used by other local choirs as well, be it in schools, or other similar gatherings. Mvula is a consummate musician. Ever since she discovered her passion and talent for the art form, she worked on it to gain further technical skill and perfect it.
Although she had gained enough experience as a performer by being part of the different music groups, she felt she needed a sound professional knowledge if she wanted to further her career. Therefore, she decided to attend the "Birmingham Conservatoire". Here, she majored in composition, which helped her in her professional career later on as well. She now had a proper knowledge of how music was formed, and how she could use her own creativity to make a difference.
After she had gained her degree, she got a job at the "Birmingham Secondary School" simply to make a living as a supply teacher. In the meantime she did not let her music talents go—she would write songs and compose different melodies on her computer. While she still did not have a record deal, she got many different jobs to make ends meet. It was while she was working in a company as a receptionist that she realized she was ready to put her name out there. She made demos from the music she had been composing on her own and sent them out to various record companies and other import personnel of the music industry. In this effort, she met Themba Mvula, a singer who she later married.
Finally, it was "RCA records" who gave her a chance. RCA is a subsidiary company of "Sony Records", and thus operates as a major label. In 2012, she first released an extended play called "She". This was her first ever studio recording. For the rest of the year, she kept on working on creating her debut. By March 4, 2013, her first ever full length studio album was released and it was titled, "Sing to the Moon". She had worked with big names on this record, including Tom Elmhurst. When the reviews started to come in, her efforts were appreciated, and her voice admired. Her genre of music was described by "The Guardian" as being "gospeldelia" which is an altogether new style. The leading single off the album was "Green Garden" and the album performed quite well on the charts. An important achievement for her right away was the fact that she was a shortlisted candidate for the Brit Awards in 2013 for the category of "Critic’s Choice". The academy recognized her for being one of the few classically trained singers in the British music industry.
Her voice and talent is unlike anything else on the charts right now. Her shows promise to be refreshing, making Laura Mvula tickets worth it, so be there to enjoy it.
Laura Mvula Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Laura Mvula tickets is $89. The date and location for this event is 15-Feb-17 at The Sinclair Music Hall, Cambridge. The minimum get-in price for Laura Mvula tickets is $68.
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