Irish Women in Jazz Series: LUISA ANNIBALI

Italian-born singer and songwriter living in Dublin, Luisa Annibali is a professional musician who has decided to devote her life to music and performance. She started playing the piano at the age of 7, but it took time to fully realize that music was not just her hobby.
In fact, after high school, she studied law.

During her law studies, she continued to take singing lessons and participate in different jazz, blues and musical theater workshops in Rome and worked part-time as a singer in bars and clubs and during private events. As soon as she graduated from law school, she worked in a law firm. Once she moved to Dublin she started playing guitar and composing her own original music only to realize that her career had to change for good.

In 2017, she applied and successfully entered Newpark College (now at DCU) to study “Jazz and Contemporary Music Performance”. Honing her technical abilities and unique sound over the years, Luisa Annibali is constantly working on live shows and studio recordings. She is also an experienced vocal coach and music teacher and recently completed her BA in Jazz and Contemporary Music Performance at Dublin City University.

She works as a vocal teacher, music tutor and vocal coach at Sound Training College, Sound Training Music Academy and Music Generation Dublin City.

His main influences come from soul, jazz, swing, blues, funky and Brazilian music.

She is currently at the head of ‘Lulu’s Swing Band’, an ensemble with a pure swing repertoire, also specializing in Swing Dancers and Lindy Hoppers events, which recreates the elegant vintage vibes of the 20s and 30s. She also performs regularly with many many different jazz musicians in Italy and Ireland.

But it is with the ‘Luisa Annibali Band’ that this artist brings her original music to life. With incredible musicians from Italy, Ireland and Brazil, the band presents an explosive mix of jazz, NewSoul, free jazz and Brazilian music.
She will release her first EP in September 2022.




Join us on October 9 at The Vintage Room at the Workman’s Club. Doors at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are €12 / €8 students with the code: dcujazzsoc

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