Steve Hamilton, Tom Gibbs, Paul Harrison: Piano Summit

The Merchants House Of Glasgow in Glasgow

Sunday 11th March 2018

7:30pm til 10:30pm (last entry 8:00pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Three of Scotland's leading pianists play solo and join in collaboration for the first time


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Steve Hamilton, Tom Gibbs, Paul Harrison: Piano Summit on Sunday 11th March 2018

Jazz at the Merchants House brings together three of Scotland's top jazz pianists for a unique, triple bill performance.

Steve Hamilton is one of Europe’s most creative and experienced contemporary pianists, performing a multitude of music from jazz, to pop, rock, and electronic music. Currently touring with drumming legend Billy Cobham, Hamilton’s resume reads like a 'who's who' of jazz and popular music, with experience including Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Pee Wee Ellis, Freddie Hubbard, Ray Charles, Martin Taylor, and Gary Burton.

Paul Harrison born in Manchester, but has lived and worked in Scotland since the 1990s. He is established as one of the country's most industrious, creative, and in-demand pianists. In recent years, multi-award winning pianist Harrison has been called on to play with many great outstanding international performers, including Chris Potter, David Binney, Bobby Watson, Jesse Davis, Lea DeLaria, Joe Locke, Ulf Wakenius and Warren Vache.

Tom Gibbs is a pianist and composer living in Glasgow who was hailed as 'Inspiring' by the late great jazz piano legend John Taylor. His 2012 album ‘Fear of Flying’ (Whirlwind Recordings) was named as one of MOJO magazine’s jazz releases of the year. The previous year, he was named as one of Jazzwise’s ‘One to look out for in 2011,’ and his 2010 album Forgotten Things (co-led with Euan Burton) was picked as an album of the year by Radio Scotland.

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