EMINZADA Performs a Mesmeric Set at New EP Release Show 

Azerbaijani born, London based artist EMINZADA recently held his release show for his new EP, Don’t Tell My Mother and it was a night to remember. The event was held on April 8th at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill, and it was an intimate evening that allowed fans to experience EMINZADA’s music up close and personal.

The show opened with Nayana, who delivered an excellent set with her soulful and captivating performance that set the tone for the rest of the evening. EMINZADA then took to the stage and performed songs from his new EP, showcasing his incredible vocal range and impressive songwriting skills. His voice was clear and powerful, and he mesmerised the audience with his emotional delivery.

What was truly special about the evening was when EMINZADA performed 17th century arias by G.F Handel with the Berlin Metropolitan Orchestra. This was a unique and unexpected addition to the show that highlighted EMINZADA’s classical training and demonstrated his ability to seamlessly blend classical and contemporary music, whilst also adding an extra layer of elegance and sophistication to the performance.

Adorned in clothes from designer Maison Velendra, EMINZADA’s extraordinary stage presence commanded the attention of his audience, leaving them spellbound for the entirety of the show. 

The Tabernacle was the perfect venue for this event, providing an intimate and cozy setting that allowed for a more personal experience. The venue has a rich history of hosting diverse and notable artists including the likes of Adele, Amy Winehouse, Pink Floyd, Ed Sheeran and many, many more. 

Overall, the evening was a remarkable event that showcased the artist’s awe-inspiring talent and versatility. The combination of his original songs and classical pieces with the Berlin Metropolitan Orchestra created a truly unforgettable experience for all those in attendance.

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Photographer: Luke Nugent

Words: Alexander Williams