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Bonsai on Tuesday 17th September 2019
Listen to Bonsai here at BBC3! https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0005sgw “one of the most talked-about and critically acclaimed bands on the UK scene” Chosen in ‘Shape of Jazz to Come’ (Jazzwise), Bonsai are an award-winning band presenting engaging jazz with an explosive rock energy. They’ve toured extensively around Europe, and played at some of UK’s leading jazz festivals such as London, Cheltenham, Love Supreme and Manchester. Given that the Ingham brothers have been playing together for nearly 20 years, when the unusual frontline of trombone/violin/vocals is met with the ferociously “high-octane” rhythm section, the ensemble has an electric synergy that results in “pure musical gold”. The lineup includes the winner of Rising Star in the British Jazz Awards, trombonist Rory Ingham, his brother Dominic Ingham on violin and vocals, Toby Comeau on piano/keyboard, Joe Lee on bass, and Jonny Mansfield on drums (winner of the 2018 Kenny Wheeler Jazz Prize). Between the members they’ve worked with renowned international artists such as Chris Potter, Newton Faulkner, Claire Martin, Liane Carroll, Dave Holland, BBC Big Band, and Dave Liebman, and performed at venues such as Royal Albert Hall, Bimhuis, Royal Festival Hall and Wilderness Festival. Bonsai are proud to be releasing their eagerly anticipated record ‘Bonsai Club’ on Ubuntu Music; a record label with a roster featuring the likes of Chet Baker, Seamus Blake, Tom Cawley, Mark Kavuma and Eric Alexander. Free entry before 9pm then £3 entry with a chance to win vinyl of your choice on the night ( t's and c's apply) Free for NUS card holders PARRJAZZ X
Music Genres: Jazz
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