Zoe Rahman interview: “If someone comes up to me crying after a gig I know I’ve done a good job”

Monday, December 14, 2020

Multi-award winning pianist and composer Zoe Rahman has taken the solo route on her album Dreamland, a personal journey of covers and rhythmically-charged originals. Marking a new creative chapter in a career that’s seen her work closely with Courtney Pine and her own Mercury Prize-nominated trio, Rahman spoke to Peter Quinn about the process of going it alone

Zoe Rahman (photo: Kaupo Kikkas)
Zoe Rahman (photo: Kaupo Kikkas)

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