Hourglass will be doing more dates this autumn in Austria this time with Johannes Dickbauer on violin. Dates include Graz, Schwaz, Klagenfurt and Linz.
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Trish Clowes will be releasing her new album Ninety Degrees Gravity on Basho Records on 26th April 2019. To promote the album there will be a series of dates in the UK and USA. A new video will be released on 19th April 2019.
Gwilym Simcock will be releasing a new solo album “Near and Now” on ACT Records in April 2019. To promote the album there will be a series of dates in the UK, USA and Europe.
Austrian composer Johannes Berauer will launch his new album “Hourglass” on Basho Records with an all star quintet featuring Gwilym Simcock on piano, Thomas Gould on violin, Mike Walker on guitar, Martin Berauer on electric bass and Bernhard
Trish’s quartet My Iris will be support for Avishai Cohen at the Barbican Centre at the London Jazz Festival on Saturday 24th November.
Gwilym Simcock and Joe Locke at Kings Place 5th Sep 2018 Gwilym Simcock will be making a rare appearance with American vibes player Joe Locke at Kings Place on 5th September. They will present the first half of an exciting show which will also feature the album launch of Hourglass.
“a sublime evening of music” London Jazz News review from Manchester Jazz Festival Norma Winstone appeared with her group Winstone/Gesing/Venier this July at Manchester Jazz Festival, Ealing Jazz Festival, Pizza Express Dean Street and Watermill Jazz in Dorking
Two of the UK’s most distinguished female artists Norma Winstone and Trish Clowes played to rave reviews at Manchester Jazz Festival this July. Norma’s great trio Winstone/Gesing/Venier was joined by Manchester based cellist Abel Selaocoe in a headlining concert at the RNCM. Trish’s quartet My Iris appeared in the Spiegeltent to a packed audience on […]
Over the last few years Bedfordshire born Nikki Iles has progressed into the front rank of British jazz musicians. From a musical family, she first became aware of jazz through her father’s record collection, and began playing the harmonica and clarinet at her primary school.