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May 9th - The Good Intent, Petersfield
May 9th - Fringefest Launch
May 12th - Festibelly, Boiler Room, Guildford
May 26th - Petrsfield Festival, Petersfield
June 7th - Alresford Festival
June 13th - The Railway, Winchester
June 14th - Living Room Tour
June 20th - Living Room Tour
June 27th - The Red Lion, Guildford
July 11th - Living Room Tour
20th July - Albury Music Festival, Surrey
August 25th - Petersfield Summer Festival: Petersfield
30th August - FortonFest, Portsmouth
3rd October - Oktober Fest, Oxford
December 3rd - The Bedford, London×
Imagine a touch of Kate Bush mixed with a sprinkling of Emile Sande and you are well on your way to hearing the epic and soulful piano-pop of singer-songwriter Nina Schofield.
Classically trained and having successfully completed a Degree in Vocal Performance at the Academy of Contemporary Music Nina has done a great deal of professional work to widespread acclaim.
The release of her first album "Drifting" led to a nomination for Best Female Vocal at The Hollywood Music in Media Awards with her second single "Slow Down Soldier" charting at number 4 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts.
No stranger to the stage, Nina, who is a proud ambassador for charity The Rose Road Association, has already performed at prestigious venues and events including The Paralympics Torch Lighting Ceremony at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, The Buxton Dome, Derby and The Montreux Jazz Festival as well as supporting artists like John Power (The La’s/Cast) and Polly Scattergood. Working with internationally renowned producers and writers such as Jud Friedman (Whitney Houston), Richard Niles (Kylie Minogue, Ray Charles), and Lloyd Perrin (Pixie Lott, Newton Faulkner) has helped sculpt Nina’s individual and soulful piano-pop sound into something truly unique and the release of her new single “Colours” is sure to place her firmly on the map of pop’s rising stars.×