About Rosie Trentham
Rosie Trentham is a 17 year-old singer songwriter & pianist. She is an accomplished and communicative live performer with a striking, unique voice. Rosie’s influences are diverse, from Joni Mitchell to Stevie Wonder, but her music has an individual, modern twist, containing sharp-witted lyrics, elements of blues and folk and signature multi-track vocals.
Rosie started performing and writing at a young age and in 2017 was an award-winning finalist in the national competition Open Mic UK. Since then she has written and released three EPs, and appeared in the Itunes singer-songwriter chart. Her latest five song EP, "All The Time in the World" was released on 21st May 2021 with a live show at The Hub in Hampton. The EP draws on jazz, folk and classical influences, and reflects, with wistfulness and humour, the feelings of young people during the events of the last year. Several of the songs feature cellist Simon Trentham and saxophonist Max Barnard, who interweave classical and jazz motives respectively throughout the music.
Rosie's recent solo performances include Maui Waui Festival (Suffolk), Wizzafest (Midlands), Elmbridge Food Festival, The Half Moon in Putney, The Basement Door, Ealing Live, and as a guest act at the Royal Gala concert of the International Youth Arts Festival hosted at The Rose Theatre in Kingston. Over the past year she has performed at multiple live-streamed events, including Rockin’ the Lock-in and The Purple Lounge. She also recorded a Listening Party with Hotvox at the Cargo Studios, raising over a thousand pounds for charities.
Rosie will be performing as the headline artist at Camden Assembly (London), on Sunday 26th September 2021. She will be joined by Max Barnard (saxophone), Finn Millard (drums) , Lucy Clarke (bass) and Simon Trentham (cello). Support acts are announced as Leona Mae and Elena Sheppard.