£18 full, £16 concessions
Jeremy Sassoon’s MOJO: Musicians of Jewish Origin
Part of Synagogue Nights at Manchester Jewish Museum
This event has now sold out.
From Gershwin to Winehouse, Bacharach to Dylan. MOJO is a foot tapping, witty, joyful exploration of some of the best loved hits written by Jewish songwriters. The new sell out show from internationally renowned singer and pianist Jeremy Sassoon.
MOJO is a journey through some of the best loved hits written by Musicians of Jewish Origin. You can expect unforgettable music that you know and love, witty anecdotes and illuminating facts including Manchester’s own musical heritage. Jeremy and his trio share with us some of the greatest songs you’ve ever sung along to, the most heart stopping songs you’ve ever danced to.
You may be surprised, you’ll certainly laugh, and we guarantee you’ll leave enlightened, entertained and uplifted.
Here’s a flavour of what you can expect, from Jeremy’s performance of MOJO at JW3, London:
What you need to know
Doors Open from 6pm, performance 7 – 9pm including a 20 minute interval
The bar will be selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks before and after the event. Jeremy will be signing merchandise sold in our shop and bar after the show.
The performance is a seated event without social distancing.
The synagogue has dedicated seating areas for wheelchair users, please do contact the box office ahead of the event to arrange on firstname.lastname@example.org
About Jeremy Sassoon
Jeremy is one of the UK’s most in-demand singer/pianists. He headlines sell out shows at Ronnie Scotts jazz Club, PizzaExpress Soho, the 606 Club and the Jazz Café. He annually headlines Berlin’s premier jazz club The ‘A Trane’.
Jeremy’s big band ‘Ray Charles Project’ played the main stage at the 2019 Love Supreme Jazz Festival alongside Jamie Cullum and Lauryn Hill.
His 2014 recording of Marc Cohn’s ‘The Things We’ve Handed Down’ was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs and went to no 1 on the iTunes vocal download chart
His MOJO show played a week at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2020, and he will perform a full season at the 2022 Fringe.