Press Quotes

"The Lena Dunham of Jazz. Comedic. Blunt. And about time. The eclectic arrangements of Brittany Anjou are a bouillabaisse of Paris Bohemia, Prague Beatnik, 1980s punk electric funk, 1990s avant-garde jazz, and 21st century feminist poetry. Her circular triads are evocative of Northern Ghanaian Gyil (which she also plays) and Stravinsky; a proper calling of the ancestors to join us in a new revolution to politically castrate everyday sexism, and the Jazz heteropatriarchy. "  - Maya Mesola, Jazz Notebook, NYC 

"Sounds like Ahmad Jamal meets reggaeton." - Ben Perowsky

"Two of possibly the best musicians in Seattle, D’Vonne Lewis (drums) and Evan Flory-Barnes (bass), join forces with Seattle-raised but NYC-based pianist and composer Brittany Anjou. Like Vijay Iyer, Anjou is a philosopher-musician. She obtained a degree in jazz performance and philosophy from NYU, and plays not directly or effusively but reflectively. Hers is a jazz about jazz, a music about music."

 - Charles Mudede, The Stranger, Seattle

"Brittany Anjou explores Ahmad Jamal to Bikini Kill, singing quirky protest anthems between original compositions inspired by Bartok, Stravinsky, Red Garland and McCoy Tyner." - The Royal Room

Press Links

Brittany Anjou live at Winter Jazz Fest 2018 reviewed on Jazz Notebook

Interview with LPR on directing the LARCENY Chamber Orchestra's Annual Tribute to Portishead

Strange Currencies podcast interview on Bi TYRANT

The Stranger, Seattle