Praised as a ‘fully rounded musician’ (Next BRIT Thing), Sam Jewison is a vocalist, pianist and conductor, based in London. He holds a BMus (first-class honours) from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where he was awarded the TCM Trust Silver Medal for Voice. He continues training under Lynton Atkinson and Anna Tilbrook on the MMus course (Kathleen Creed Scholar).
An ‘M.D. professional beyond his years’ (NODA), he formed the Sam Jewison Orchestra in 2016: a vibrant ensemble dedicated to performances of the Great American Songbook. Since their debut sell-out concert at Blackheath Halls, appearances have included: South Kensington’s Polish Hearth Club, Westminster Abbey and the Jazz Cafe, the latter celebrating the music of Frank Sinatra.
He also gives solo jazz and classical concerts nationwide, including an annual appearance at the ‘Jazz at the Assembly Rooms’ in Faversham, and has been broadcast as a soloist on BBC Radio 3.