This is the place to keep in touch with me, my news, my plans and my music.

Click on the button below to buy my second album, Flying Dreams.

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"...expect the lyrical, the seemingly abstract, and the beautiful."
Matt Jaworski,


Dear All,

Thanks so much to all of you who came down to our sold out Red Skies album launch, we had such a blast! If you missed it or would like to relive some of it, here is a snippet of the night at Pizza Express Jazz Club.

The album is now officially released! If you like Jazz & Latin standards and other beautiful songs, this is the one for you. To get hold of a copy click here

Our first review of the album is a lovely one by LondonJazz

Followed by a new review from All about Jazz

And here is a nice mention of our launch along with gorgeous pics

For other Red Skies dates in the rest of the UK check my Live Dates Page.

As for Babelfish, the tour is well and truly over now (sigh).. Thanks so much to everyone who supported us and helped make this tour a truly memorable one! We've been getting some really nice reviews in the Guardian Guide and the Guardian Newspaper, Next up for us are preparations for a new album, so watch this space! To buy our album, out in the summer of 2012, go to Amazon or jazzcds

See you soon!

B x.

Check out the Live Dates page for more info on those workshops (such as Loiremusic) or gigs you would like to attend and other upcoming event.



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If you missed it, you can still buy my debut CD here.

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"If sheer talent were the only ingredient needed for success in music, Brigitte would already be up there with the stars.
She has a tremendous future to explore, one which we’ll be watching with great expectations”.
Dame Cleo Laine and John Dankworth CBE

"Her debut album is impressive, as one would expect
from someone who’s well and truly paid her dues”
Humphrey Lyttelton