9 FEBRUARY – 24 MARCH 2021: NUBYA GARCIA (ONLINE CONCERT)

February 28, 2021

To keep you entertained through lockdown, this concert will be available to watch On Demand while we can’t be with you in person. Click to buy, and your stream will be available to watch for 48 hours: https://tickets.barbican.org.uk/basket

A rising star from the exciting London jazz movement, saxophonist, composer and bandleader Nubya Garcia performs from her energetic, successful debut album, SOURCE

Nubya’s hypnotic, freeflow jazz takes its influences from across the Caribbean and Latin America, drawing deeply from her family’s roots. Dub reggae, cumbia, afrobeat and neo-soul can all clearly be heard alongside more traditional jazz rhythms.

Her debut album SOURCE is a dynamic and exploratory collection that has positioned her as one of the most exciting artists in the UK. Garcia had gained critical acclaim ahead of her solo release with her collectives Maisha and Nérija, and through frequent collaborations with prominent jazz musicians from the UK and abroad.

How to watch

1.    Choose the concert you want to watch.
 
2.    Add to basket and proceed to purchase.

3.    If you already have an account, you can log in during the purchase. If not, create an account as you buy. 
 

4.    Once your purchase has gone through, there’ll be a button to click to ‘View videos’, or click on the link in your email, or go to your account.

5.    Once you are logged into your account, click on the button to ‘Watch Concerts’.
 
6.    Start watching your concert. From purchase, you have 48 hours to start and finish watching the concert. Enjoy! 

If you have any issues, please contact our Box Office team via [email protected] between 9.30am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. 

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