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WED MAY 1ST
THE CRESCENT
7:30PM
TICKETS: £8

An incredibly talented Dutch trio fusing Indo-Jazz with funk and more.
 

When Oene van Geel (viola), Mark Tuinstra (guitar) and Niti Ranjan Biswas (tabla virtuoso) played together for the first time there were immediately fireworks, roaring u-turns and cinematic tearjerkers. Then they started writing songs together based on traditional ragas, smashing funk and delicate chamber music. This gave them a great new impulse on stage for even more interaction and improvisation and made them build a rocking live reputation.
 

“A three-headed monster with the lightness of a ballerina. With great precision they play the most complex rhythms and intricate breaks. (…) Acrobatic trios in an organic coherence.”
De Volkskrant
 

“Trio with an unusual line-up, but also a special energy, linked to a subtle and inventive musicality.”
VPRO Jazzlive

THU 28TH NOVEMBER
NATIONAL CENTRE EARLY MUSIC
7:30PM
£18.00 (£16.00 concessions | £6.00 Under 35)   

Orphy Robinson, keys/percussion, Ray Carless saxes, Byron Wallen trumpet, Delroy Murray bass, Brandon Murray guitars, Dan Barnett drums, Phil Ramocon keys
 

The Great Jamaican Songbook

It is well known that Jamaica has a long history of pioneering musical sounds - from Mento, Ska, Reggae, Dub, Roots and way beyond with many of its internationally celebrated musicians spawning from that great musical institution (The Alpha Boys School) under the tutelage of (The Nun) Sister Mary Ignatius Davis.  Cleveland Watkiss and his internationally acclaimed band sing the songs of Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, Delroy Wilson, and more.

"Best Male Jazz Singer in Britain" Evening Standard

clevelandwatkiss.co.uk

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