Thurs May 11th – Preston Glasgow Lowe

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e17 JAZZ LISTINGS May 2017

Thursday May 11th @ MAUD

Preston Glasgow Lowe

8.30-11pm, Price £8/£5 (Kids under 15 go free)

 

preston glasgow lowe

David Preston, Kevin Glasgow & Laurie Lowe are three of London’s most creative young instrumentalists. Their music is a mash-up of relentless rhythmic energy, harmonic dystopia, and virtuosic improvisations.

Expanding the format of the guitar trio with intricate and unique compositions, they draw influence from an expansive array of styles, whilst maintaining a focused original sound.

Set to release their debut album on the internationally acclaimed Whirlwind Recordings, they will embark on an extensive UK tour early 2016.

“Dazzling ideas and sophisticated technique“ – Jazzwise

“Young jazz heavy weights…” – Timeout

“The trio thinking and acting as one produces a sound to behold” – The Herald

twitter: @PGLmusic

 

Buy Tickets – http://www.wegottickets.com/event/394983

Venue – Maud (Mirth, Marvel & Maud) – 186 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4QH

 

 

 

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Thurs June 8th – Georgia Mancio

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Special Guest – Georgia Mancio – With the Nick Tomalin Trio

8.30-11pm, Price £10/£8 (Kids under 15 go free)

 

 Georgia Mancio 2014 by Lara Leigh 0224 Hi res-

 

Georgia Mancio – Vocals

Nick Tomalin – Piano

Dominic Howles – Bass

Matt Fishwick – Drums


“[Mancio] has everything covered – technical mastery, expressive range and a remarkable versatility”   The Observer ****

Award-winning jazz vocalist/lyricist, Georgia Mancio, has proved herself one of the Europe’s most original, adventurous and multi-faceted new artists.

In April Georgia and double Grammy-winning jazz pianist/composer, Alan Broadbent, sold out their debut headline show at Ronnie Scott’s with the launch of their co-written albumSongbook.

Georgia’s other performances include: Bobby McFerrin, Sheila Jordan, Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Jason Rebello, Gwilym Simcock, Kate Williams, Darius Brubeck and Bobby Wellins among many others. As a lyricist her work has been approved by Pat Metheny.

She has completed several tours and produced, presented and performed in 5 annual editions ofReVoice! – her own universally acclaimed international voice festival.

In 2005 Georgia beat contestants from around the globe to take first prize at the Brussels International Jazz Singers’ Competition and was nominated Best Vocalist in 2014 Parliamentary Jazz Awards and twice nominated in London Jazz’s Musician of the Year 2016.

www.georgiamancio.com

Songbookgeorgia mancio & alan broadbent

New Album out 23 April

Buy Tickets – http://www.wegottickets.com/event/395806

Venue – Maud (Mirth, Marvel & Maud) – 186 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4QH

 

Thursday July 13th – E17 Large Ensemble

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E17 Large Ensemble

Plus support from WFMS – “Funk in the Forest” at 7.30

 7.30-11pm, Price £10/£8 (Kids under 15 go free)

 Saxophone section and rhythm section

 

 

The E17 Large Ensemble are a 13-piece contemporary jazz group comprising five saxes, three trumpets, voice, guitar, piano and bass, and are on the forefront of the UK contemporary jazz scene. It was formed ten years ago as the flagship ensemble of the E17 collective, one of the most significant music collectives to emerge in recent years. All members of the ensemble are respected bandleaders in their own right, and many have contributed their own original compositions to the group. Outside of the group, the musicians have collaborated with a huge range of established European jazz artists, including Tim Garland, Han Bennink, Andy Sheppard, Ivo Neame (Phronesis), Jamie Cullum, Django Bates, Zoe Rahman, Gwilym Simcock, Gwyneth Herbert and many others.

The Ensemble curated the first Walthamstow Jazz Festival in 2009 and commissioned a brand new work by the respected composer and pianist Liam Noble with financial assistance from Arts Council England.  It continues to promote ambitious and forward-thinking projects – with the latest commission written by the renowned composer Hans Koller, and inspired by Turkish traditional music seen through the prism of a jazz composer, with inspiration from Gil Evans’s masterpiece, Sketches of Spain.

 

This gig marks the bands debut at Maud.

They will be supported by a great young band from Waltham Forest Music Service – “Funk in the Forest” will play a short set at 7.30 then join in with the Large Ensemble on a number.

‘There are always surprises… it makes the journey worth taking’ (LondonJazz News)

Carlos Lopez Real, Josh Kemp, Rachel Musson, Tori Freestone, Mick Foster – saxes/flutes

Robbie Robson, Tom Allan, Hugh Pascall – trumpets

Brigitte Beraha – voice

John Turville – piano, director

Jez Franks – guitar

Dave Manington – bass

Nick Smalley – drums

 

Buy Tickets – http://www.wegottickets.com/event/399436

Venue – Maud (Mirth, Marvel & Maud) – 186 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4QH