​A BELOVED jazz vocalist is set to make their return to St Asaph next month.

A firm favourite of North Wales Jazz, the Suzanne Mott quintet will take to the stage once again at The White House in Rhuallt in October.

Mott is an experienced performer in musical theatre and on the concert stage, and enjoyed critical acclaim at the Buxton and Edinburgh fringe festivals.

She is influenced by greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan and is also a keen fan of contemporary singers such as Diana Krall, Stacey Kent and Claire Martin.

As well as Mott herself, the vocal led Suzanne Mott Quintet brings together five leading musicians, including one of the finest young trumpet players on the scene, Jamie Brownfield.

With swing, ballads and Latin sounds all featured, you can look forward to hearing a wide repertoire of jazz classics, including interpretations of some of the greatest songs of the 20th century from composers such as George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and Duke Ellington.

Completing the line-up of the Suzanne Mott Quintet are three more first rate musicians Tom Kincaid on keyboard, Ed Harrison on the double bass and Jack Cotterill on the drums.

Catch the quintet on their return on Wednesday, October 22 at 8pm.

Tickets are £8, with concessions available. To book 01745 530000 or visit whitehouserhuallt.co.uk.