sara colman

 
 

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Sara Colman steps into the spotlight with the release of her second studio album, What We’re Made Of. This collection of beautifully arranged and heartfelt compositions gives us an insight into the rich musical world of this soulful musician.


** TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2018 - Brian Priestley JAZZWISE**

“One of the particular strengths of the collection is its refusal to be corralled by convention . . . At the heart of it all is Colman’s unfailingly beautiful, richly expressive voice” Jazzwise ★★★★

“What We’re Made Of has the emotional openness of classic singer-songwriter recordings, allied to considerable musicality and a modern jazz sensibility” London Jazz News

“ There is an integrity and inventiveness to Colman’s writing that shows a maturity and balance of thought.……….her genuine natural warmth, passion and charisma shining out from her live performances has, for whatever reason, never really been captured on a studio album - Until now” UK Vibe ★★★★★

“Sara Colman has an enchanting voice, a fact she proves from the very first notes of What We’re Made Of. This alone makes the album worth the price of admission. But what elevates this sessions to something much more than a vocal delivery are the personnel that surround her” Best Jazz on Bandcamp

“A class act . . . richly evocative . . . immaculate performances. Situated in the hinterland somewhere between jazz and the territory of the singer-songwriter this is a highly personal album that finds Colman carving out a niche that is very much her own” The Jazz Mann

 
 
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New Album - Limited Edition CD[/slide-right]

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NEWS

 
 

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Colman Brothers

 

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Sara is very grateful
for support from both the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Arts Council England.