The penultimate night upstairs in Ronnie's before the club closes for a month-long Lockdown on Thursday, the theme for singer Irene Serra and guitarist Luca Boscagin was rooted in Brazilian sounds. Introduced to the audience by Paul Pace, beginning with 'Wave' we'll need to close our eyes if not our ears when Lockdown shuts jazz places in London once again. Serra has a very pure voice, light and nimble and she has great diction. Boscagin was low profile as an accompanist but elegant with it. The evening's highlights included a great arrangement of Miles Davis' 'Four'. Serra reminds me a little of Georgia Mancio. However, Serra's voice has its own individual character that leads listeners in interesting directions, perhaps inhabiting a slightly higher range. Like Georgia the singer has great ability and style in the Jobim domain and handled the classic Brazilian material with lightness, positivity, and considerable empathy.