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Update on JazzAhead - UK performers and contributors' info
by Jazz Services Ltd. on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:41  PDF version
2012 is drawing to a close and the eyes of the European jazz scene are already turning to next year's JazzAhead conference in Germany.  Held from the 25th - 28th April in the town of Bremen, the conference is one of the largest of its kind and brings together industry professionals from across the jazz spectrum, with musicians and managers,...
check out the hcmf// sampler
by hcmf - Huddersfield contemporary music festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:39  PDF version
Here's something that we're really excited to be able to share with you. We teamed up with record label NMC to curate a special hcmf// sampler which you can buy from iTunes for the very reasonable sum of £2.49. Not only that, hcmf// Artistic Director, Graham McKenzie, has written extensive liner notes to explain his selection. The full...
tickets selling fast - book now to avoid disappointment
by hcmf - Huddersfield contemporary music festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:35  PDF version
With just two weeks to go till hcmf// 2012, tickets are selling fast and we’re starting to run low on availability for certain events. If any of the concerts below are on your wish list, we recommend that you book soon! Arditti Quartet Nicolas Hodges Heather Roche: Clarinet + Lifelines Ensemble Resonanz Vigilia the SONG-CAGE...
LJF Reviews: Financial Times
by hcmf - Huddersfield contemporary music festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:34  PDF version
Bozzini Quartet & hcmf// Composer's Kitchen 2013 - 9th edition Invitation to composers The Workshops Montreal, Canada: Sunday 21 April to Saturday 27 April 2013 Huddersfield, UK: 15 - 24 November 2013 (exact dates to be confirmed) The Bozzini Quartet (Montreal) announces the ninth edition of the Composer's Kitchen in...
LJF Reviews: Financial Times
by Serious Events / London Jazz Festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:28  PDF version
Terence Blanchard, Ambrose Akinmusire 4* - "Uplifting and intense, the tone was set for a late-show jam." Full review here. Matthew Shipp Trio 4* - "Shipp juxtaposes brittle, spider-and-spike runs with sustained vamps that change key, alter shape and explode into dense, closely-textured chords." Full review here.
LJF Reviews: Daily Mirror
by Serious Events / London Jazz Festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:26  PDF version
A glowing 5* review on Lucinda Williams' weekend at the Royal Festival Hall... "Lucinda Williams and her band played nearly four hours of the best live music you'll hear anywhere in the world." Full review here.
LJF Reviews: The Evening Standard
by Serious Events / London Jazz Festival on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:24  PDF version
Ravi Coltrane 4* - "The set-closer, Countdown, was one of his father's fiercest workouts, a labyrinthine version of the old Miles Davis standard, Tune Up. Ravi ripped through it as to the manner born." Full review here. Sonny Rollins 5* -  "From the moment he began to play, that uniquely warm, husky and monstrously wide tenor-...
Vote for Garioch Jazz in Galaxy Chocolate
by Scottish Jazz Federation on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:18  PDF version
The Garioch Jazz Club are requesting your help to win an award from Galaxy Chocolate. They are offering an award of £300 for community based projects and their secretary, Ian Crighton has applied to bring Jazz to the local retirement homes during the Jazz Festival. To show you support visit their profile on: http://www.hotgalaxywarmheart.com/fund/...
Made in Scotland deadline Fri 15 Feb
by Scottish Jazz Federation on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:16  PDF version
Made in Scotland is a showcase of some of the latest dance and theatre productions from Scotland during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It is a joint initiative between the Festival Fringe Society, the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Creative Scotland - supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to raise the...
Blue Monday with Tommy Smith 2013
by Scottish Jazz Federation on Fri, 18/01/2013 - 15:14  PDF version
This Monday evening will see the first graduates from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's pioneering Jazz programme; in this two set concert, Professor Tommy Smith presents the upcoming stars of the next generation featuring some classic jazz standards from Miles, Monk, Rollins, Corea and Cedar Walton. The concert takes place - Monday 14...

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