Viva La Vida Con Frida

Lizzie and Morgan credIt Tania Esquivel

Inspired by her recent travels to Mexico, Lizzie has been working on a brand new solo show called Viva La Vida con Frida, which takes a musical journey through the life and times of Mexican artist and female icon Frida Kahlo, together with her long time colleague and collaborator Morgan Syzmanski. The show will premiere at Chatsworth House’s Art Out Loud Festival this September 22nd 2017, alongside other great artists such as Grayson Perry, Jasper Conran and Tristram Hunt. She was recently featured in an article by Sothebys. You can read more here… http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/sotheby-s-at-large/2017/07/viva-frida-lizzie-ball-brings-an-icon-to-life-for-art-out-loud.html

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Classical music experience for pupils

Shoreham Academy hosted students from United Learning schools in Sussex as they took part in Classical Kicks Remix-ED – an interactive, engaging show which aims to make classical music accessible to young people.

The performance was also attended by students from The Regis School. Both schools are part of United Learning, a national group of academies and independent schools, which commissioned the show from Classical Kicks to bring the new GCSE music curriculum to life for students.

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Reunion Project Live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Music film


Lizzie was delighted to be invited back onto BBC Radio 3 In Tune with her long time collaborator James Pearson and Sam Burgess to perform tracks from their forthcoming tour of their Reunion Project, a homage to Stephane Grappelli and George Shearing.

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Classical Kicks BBC Radio 3 Interview & Performance

Suzy Klein with arts news, chat and live music. Guests include violinist Lizzie Ball – she’ll be playing live in the studio and talking about her Classical Kicks at Ronnie Scott’s jazz club of classical concerts of music in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.

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Classical Kicks Review by Erin Jones

Anyone who thinks classical music is boring needs to go to a Classical Kicks show. In one night we went from La Traviata to Czech and Slovak folk music, to the best cover of “Your Song” I have ever heard (sorry Ellie Goulding, but frankly Lizzie’s version was way better).

The Studio at St James’ Theatre is a really small, intimate setting and was rather reminiscent of an old school jazz club.

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The audience seemed mesmerized by the entire thing, especially when his young violinist Lizzie Ball took a solo, or even channeled Mary Ford’s vocals on the Les Paul classic “How High the Moon.

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