Atila

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Ratpack/Jazz Vocalist

Atila, jazz, ratpack, singer

Atila is an established UK-based jazz singer. Taking influence from early Frank Sinatra, this stylish singer’s interpretations of the American Songbook are internationally renowned.

Atila started his professional career with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra with whom he performed with Benny Golson on the Norwegian Sun Jazz Cruise. Since then his career has gone from strength to strength leading him to tour extensively with the legendary Buddy Greco, jointly appearing on BBC Radio 2 with the John Wilson Big Band at Cheltenham Jazz Festival. He has given sold out shows at Ronnie Scott’s, The Hippodrome Casino London and The Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho, and was invited to America to sing ‘The Nelson Riddle Story’ by the Nelson Riddle Foundation.

Atila has also had a busy and varied career in corporate events, private parties and commercial performances, including the 2014 Qatar Choice awards, Dermot O’Leary’s wedding party and the Turkish International Film Festival 2013. He boasts television appearances including ‘The Alan Titchmarsh Show’ ITV, ‘Stepping Out’ ITV, London Live TV and the 2012 Emirates television advertising campaign. 


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