Singer Laura Mvula is known as one of the greatest British soul talents of recent years. Her authentic debut album Sing To The Moon (2013) instantly received rave reviews and won numerous prizes. Mvula is inspired by jazz, soul and gospel, even though she is a trained classical musician. This training could already be heard on Sing To The Moon, but even more when she was invited to rerecord the album in the legendary Abbey Road Studios, together with the Metropole Orkest. Conductor Jules Buckley wrote new arrangements of the twelve songs for this project. The remarkable collaboration led to an invitation for the BBC Proms. And now there is a second performance at North Sea Jazz, where Mvula’s deep, velvety soulful voice is accompanied by the Consensus Vocalis choir.