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Guitarist Nash Lee makes a welcome return to the jazz scene with Dressage, in which he combines with Nick Delaney (electric bass) and Arron Light (drums). To hear them is to experience the chemistry that can only come from decades of friendship and musical collaboration. Joining them to perform Lee’s originals is longtime collaborator Julien Wilson (tenor saxophone),
"The Colourful Racing Identities" explore textures and grooves in the "chordless quartet" format, performing original pieces from all members, as well as some free improvisation. Expect the unexpected as CRI delves into uncharted waters in this debut performance. Nick Haywood (bass) is joined by saxophonist Cheryl Durongpisitkul, trumpeter Eugene Ball and drummer James McLean
With special guest, Cuban percussionist Juan Carlos Allende The Mouth plays original tunes based on rare Afro Cuban, African and Sri Lankan grooves. Julien Wilson and Robbie Belchamber weave harmony and melody around the interlocking polyrhythms set up by Ray Pereira, Quinn Knight, and Ash Howell.
After independently releasing her lockdown octet EP From a Distance, pianist/ composer/ arranger Katarzyna Wiktorski’s Quintet project celebrates the fusion of jazz, classical and improvisation. Kat’s compositional approach strives to create balance between complexity and simplicity, with an overall arc of emotional sentiment and storytelling. This new collection of works explores interplay and groove and celebrates […]