Yumi Ito

The Swiss-Polish-Japanese singer, pianist and composer oscillates between art-pop, jazz and neoclassical music. Recognized by critics as one of the most exciting discoveries of contemporary jazz vocals of the last decade. Her fifth album "Ysla" (enja, 2023) marks a new peak in her opus: personal stories, impressive improvisations and a unique voice - like an island, proud, stoic and strong.

" Birdlike Vocal Sensation." 
      - Süddeutsche Zeitung

Izabella Effenberg

One of the few female jazz vibraphonists in Europe and the first from Poland. Her latest project combines the sound of vibraphone and harp with very special, extraordinary instruments such as glass harp, array mbira, steel drum, sundrum, waterphone and more. Izabella is always finding new instruments to add to her list and expand the interesting effects of her music, creating completely different sound experience.

" Beautiful and rare sounds, great musicality combines with virtuoso playing: that is Izabella!"
     - B.Sampson, Bavaria Radio BR

Sisters in Jazz

International network project - a community of international professional female jazz musicians, continually joining forces in fresh line-ups, building a strong & formidable network on stage! Depending on the venue, the event and the audience, various line-ups are possible, each time can be different and unique. Friendship & support!
Unique & strong!

" They represent an increasing number of female musicians who revitalise the music scene."
     - Hans Hielscher, Spiegel Online

Mia Knop Jacobsen

Danish-born jazz musician residing between Berlin and Barcelona, Mia is an award-winning singer, composer, and music producer who has earned recognition for her versatility and musical innovation. She is genre blending vocal artist in between modern jazz and contemporary pop. It is a bold attempt to merge the boundaries between pop, jazz and electronic elements in innovative and captivating ways.

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