Founded by Ollie Rosenblatt, Senbla is a London a based concert promoting and production company, promoting shows and national tours throughout various venues in the UK. Our aim is to deliver pure entertainment for our audiences and deliver a tailor made, bespoke approach for our artists.
Here are a selection of past acts Senbla has promoted:
- Burt Bacharach UK tours
- Nigel Kennedy UK tours
- Don Black, a Life in Song: (guest starring Brian May, Katie Melua, Eliza Doolittle, Gregory Porter, Michael Ball, Marti Webb plus many more!)
- Tim Rice, a Life in Song: (guest starring Rufus Wainwright, Tim Minchin, Roger Daldrey, Gemma Arterton, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Laura Mvula, Diana Vickers, Tom Chaplin, Rob Brydon, Rick Wakeman plus many more!)
- David Arnold
- Tony Bennett
- Tony Hatch (ft. Petula Clark, Joe McElderry, Rhydian, Sophie Evans, John Owen-Johns and Richard Fleeshman)
- Marc Almond UK Tours
- Harry Potter Live in Concert
- The Godfather Live in Concert
- Uriah Heep
- Julian Lloyd Webber
- Joss Stone
- Betty Wright
- Chas n Dave
- Eric Roberson
- Stars of Strictly Come Dancing
- Bob Geldof
- Michael Nyman
- Soul II Soul
And many more.
Ollie Rosenblatt – Managing Director
Ollie is the MD and founder of Senbla. Ollie has always had a passion for music and promoting. This began at the age of 19 when he re-started a well known Jazz venue in his school theatre after it lay dormant for nine years. He revived the venue on his gap year and created a new series called Jazz in the Lund. The series held monthly concerts for four years, booking and promoting the UK’s best talent as well as exciting artists from overseas. After his first year of concerts Ollie went to study music at Leeds University. Carrying on the running of shows in London from Leeds, Ollie also started running soul, funk and jazz nights in Leeds. Ollie also had time to put together a band and create one of the most successful Sunday soul nights around.
In 2009 Ollie established another London jazz venue at Ivy House in North London. Again, this hosted a range of top jazz musicians and ran successfully until Ollie left University.
On leaving University Ollie got the job of running the live division for the national radio station Jazz FM. Whilst there, he promoted artists such as Al Jarreau, The Impressions, Eric Benet, Anthony David and Avery Sunshine, as well as jazz gigs and weekly live/DJ nights at Ronnie Scott’s, Boisdale and The Roof Gardens in Kensington