MUSIC & LIVE EVENTS

 
 

Jan 31, 2020

7.30pm

Two Duos with Trevor Watts

Featuring the duos:

 

Trevor Watts -Alto/Soprano Saxophones & Jamie Harris – Drums/Percussion

 

Trevor Watts & Mark Hewins – Guitars

 

 

Always an innovator , Trevor Watts was an original member of The Spontaneous Music Ensemble, who explored  the boundaries of Improvised music in 1960s. In 1970s his band Amalgam crossed improv with rock and funk

 

For the 1980s and 90s his Moiré Music and The Drum Orchestra groups matched African and European musicians to create dazzling World Music.

 

 

 

Mark Hewins has had a long and varied history of performing and recording with most of the Canterbury scene luminaries - Richard and Dave Sinclair, Elton Dean, Hugh Hopper, Pip Pyle, John Greaves, etc.

 

Among many other bands he has been a member of Gong, Caravan of Dreams and since 2001 The Bob Geldof Band.

 

 

 

Jamie Harris was a member of Trevor Watts Celebration Band, where he first learnt to play hand drums.

 

The original Watts/Harris duo played rhythmic music all over the world between 2003 and 2007 .

 

 

 

Also featuring the films of Roland Jarvis (edited by Mark French) and Mark Hewins.

 

 

In this Article from “The Wire” magazine Trevor selects 20 tracks from his long career. There are examples of music by both Duos

https://www.thewire.co.uk/audio/tracks/trevor-watts-celebrates-80-years

£12

Feb 02, 2020

11am

Coffee Concert: Naomi Burrell, Gavin Kibble and David Gerrard (violin, viola da gamba, harpsichord) - From Stockholm to Versailles

A musical journey from Stockholm to Versailles, with a mysterious Bohemian interlude - featuring solo and trio music by Couperin, Buxtehude, Biber and Bach.

£10 includes coffee & croissant

Feb 09, 2020

11am

Coffee Concert: The Lakeside Clarinet Quartet

Programme

 

Petit Quatuor - Jean Francaix

 

Histoire Du Tango - Astor Piazzolla

 

Rumba Sequence - Kazuhiro Morita

 

Latin dances - Patrick Hiketick

 

The Lakeside Clarinet Quartet was formed in 2017 and is made up of graduates of The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. This year they have been awarded a Junior Fellowship at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and are assisting with projects over the academic year.

 

The members are Hiu Lam Lo, Charlotte Bartley, Abi Heath and Julia Raga Pascual. They come from all corners of the globe stretching from Hong Kong to Spain and all the way from

Hertfordshire and Kent.

 

Hiu Lam Lo studied at the Utrechts Conservatorium with Harrie Troquet; Charlotte Bartley studied in London with Andrew Marriner; Abi Heath studied in London with Joy Farrall at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama; Julia studied in Conservatorio Superior de Musica “Oscar Espla” de Alicante with Jose Franch Ballester.

£10 includes coffee & croissant

Feb 19, 2020

7.30pm

The Bavard Bar

A delightful blend of TED, comedy and Radio 4. Sort of.

 

Come to the Bavard Bar and hear three pre-booked speakers share something they’re passionate about. From ‘Crop circles’ to ‘Circuit bending’, ‘Buddy Holly’ to ‘Aleister Crowley’, you never know what you might hear, as subjects are kept secret until the night.

 

And revel in the delights of voluntary audience wild cards, including the ‘KP Lite’ challenge, ‘Oojah Kappivvy’ and ‘Bohemia Road’.

 

Hosted by Tim B’vard and supported by Piano Man Dan, could you share your passion at a future show?

 

The Bavard Bar…avoiding life’s questions to give you the answers.

£8

Feb 22, 2020

7.30pm

Barb Jungr: Bob, Brel & Me

Barb Jungr’s reputation as ‘one of the world's great cabaret singers’ - Time Out New York - may have gone to her head, as she will now only sing songs by writers whose names start with the letter B. But this means she can return to two colossi of popular song, whose writing has helped define her whole career. A good plan, because she is ‘one of the best interpreters of Jacques Brel and Bob Dylan anywhere on this angst-ridden planet today’ - Village Voice.

In this brand new collection for 2020 , Barb will turn her acclaimed ability at reinvention and reinterpretation to exploring her relationship with a set of Dylan and Brel songs she has never tackled before on stage or on disc, all in original arrangements. They include Les Cœurs Tendres (The Tender Hearts), ‘Voir un Ami Pleurer’ (To See a Friend Break Down and Cry), ‘Mr Tambourine Man’ and ‘This Wheel’s on Fire’. Placed alongside them will be some of Barb’s own songs, written with a number of wonderful collaborators.

 

‘It’s as if Edith Piaf and Nick Cave had a love-child, who was adopted by Carmen McRae’ - Glam Adelaide

Any performance of an existing song is a conversation between the writer and the singer, and the conversation between Bob, Brel and Barb is a particularly stimulating one, not least because of the way in which gender informs all of their work. Things could get heated. Uh-oh.

Barb can’t wait to scale the mountainous heights of the work of these two extraordinary writers, navigating its complex emotional terrain and traversing its ravines of love, sadness and anger. Why not slip on your crampons and join her for the climb? Bring your own Kendal mint cake.  

‘The alchemist among jazz singers… electrifying… the top rank of jazz singers… she is truly a marvel, who should not be missed’ - Telegraph

£15

Feb 23, 2020

11am

Coffee Concert: Dominika Feher ‘The Baroque Virtuoso’

Virtuoso unaccompanied violin music to include pieces by Biber, Vilsmayr and Bach.

 

Hungarian violinist Dominika Fehér is a sought-after performer specialising in historically informed performance practice of 17th – 19th century music. She has toured the world with leading early music ensembles, such as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, English Baroque Soloists, Academy of Ancient Music, Early Opera Company, The Hanover Band and The Kings Consort and recorded for Signum Classics, Resonus Classics and Convivium Records. She has appeared at the BBC Proms and also performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall, Royal Opera House Covent Garden and Royal Festival Hall in London, Carnegie Hall in New York, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, La Scala in Milan, Konzerthaus in Vienna and National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing.  

 

Dominika has broadcast live as a soloist on BBC Radio 3 and given solo performances of works by Bach, Vivaldi, Mozart, Piazzolla, Schnittke and Malcolm Arnold. In 2019 she was a finalist in the Premio Bonporti International Baroque Violin Competition. She plays a Rogeri violin kindly loaned to her by Simon Smewing through the Beare’s International Violin Society.

£10 includes coffee & croissant

Feb 29, 2020

7.30pm

An Evening of Indian Classical Music featuring renowned maestro bansuri (flute) musician Deepak Ram & tabla musician Sanjay Jhalla

Deepak Ram is a versatile artist who is well known for his evocative performances in traditional North Indian (Hindustani) Classical Music, his collaborations with musicians of other genres, his innovative compositions and for his excellence as a teacher.

 

Deepak Ram's first love is north Indian classical music. Indeed, he is an accomplished soloist.

He is a delightful and captivating performer, combining technical mastery with personal charm. He has performed in the United States of America (where he is currently based), South Africa, India, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Austria, Germany, Lebanon, Turkey and Holland and had the honor of accompanying his teacher, Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, in Geneva, London and Paris.

 

Deepak's knowledge of both Indian and western traditions is evident in his compositions which range from pieces for jazz groups, western flute quartets (flute, violin, viola and cello), choral works and ballets to orchestral pieces. His last work 'SURYA' for classical guitar and bansuri, commissioned by the award-winning guitarist Mesut Özgen was premiered at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Deepak is currently working on music for bansuri and string quartet.

 

SANJAY JHALLA - TABLA

Sanjay Jhalla is a UK based tabla player who has played with many of the leading Indian classical musicians. He is a disciple of Pt Anindo Chatterjee after initially learning from the late Pt Manikrao Popatkar. He has been a popular accompanist due to his sensitive and aesthetic approach.

£15

Mar 01, 2020

11am

Coffee Concert: Jane Gordon (violin) & Jan Rautio (piano)

£10 includes coffee & croissant

Mar 12, 2020

7.30pm

The Near Jazz Experience and friends...

An evening of fabulous musical and visual entertainment with The NJE, Ollie Cherer, Zuzushii Monkey, Simon&thePope, Anthony Moore, Mick Bolton, Michael Smith, Duncan Reekie & Wendy May DJ. Free Entry.

Free

Mar 20, 2020

7.30pm

Sarah-Jane Morris with Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield

Sarah-Jane Morris

 

Sweet Little Mystery: A Tribute to the Music of John Martyn

 

With Tony Remy and Tim Cansfield

 

‘…a transcendent mix of cold fury and compassion’ – The Observer

 

‘…this is a remarkable album…for its ambition, its sound world, its powerful stories and, at its centre, the breath-taking range and timbral richness of Sarah Jane Morris’s voice’ - Jazzwise

 

Sarah-Jane Morris is Britain’s most influential jazz and R&B singer. who topped the UK pop charts for a month in 1986 (with The Communards’ disco version of ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’). Morris’s magnificent soul voice and emotional power has garnered praise and admiration worldwide for over 30 years. Inspired by the unwavering belief in the power of song to change hearts and minds, Sarah Jane has always followed her own star. That independence has brought her a loyal audience, devoted to her feisty, independent musical style.

 

John Martyn was a sublime genius, and an innovative musical talent who sadly died at 60. He produced a canon of music that is both breathtakingly bold and achingly tender in its complex, atmospheric beauty. Martyn's music influenced a generation of his peers, friends and fans alike. His contribution continues to resonate many years after his passing. He has picked up endless acclaim worldwide from those fortunate enough to be seduced by his unique voice and instrumental mastery; and his music will live forever in the annals of popular music history.

 

Sarah Jane, through her own brilliant interpretive vocal talents, has picked up this torch to shine a light on this great musical maverick, illuminating his life's work. As a woman she can demonstrate Martyn’s gifts through filters of her own vocal identity and her commitment to sexual politics which might seem at odds with the dark, pained side of John Martyn – but which, in practice, makes it possible for her to re-invent his art without fear of pastiche.

£15

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