Mornington Lockett and Terence Collie on Thursday 6th December 2018
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We are delighted to be putting on a series of concerts at 1901 Arts Club, the first of which will be taking place on Thursday evening 6th September. 1901 is a beautiful and unique venue very close to Waterloo Station, which was converted from and old schoolmaster’s house. The tastefully decorated concert salon, inspired by Europe’s Salon culture, houses a Steinway grand piano and can cater for an audience of up to 45. There is a stylish bar and lounge area with a late night licence where audience members can relax before or after the performance.
Since opening in 2007, 1901 Arts Club has established a reputation as the most intimate and unique event space in central London, so we felt this would be a perfect place for an acoustic jazz duo concert!
For our inaugural concert in December we are very happy to be featuring Mornington Lockett on saxophone who will be joining pianist Terence Collie.
Mornington Lockett has toured widely as a member of the Ronnie Scott Quintet and has recorded more than 50 albums with a wide variety of artists, including Ronnie Scott, Jim Mullen, Stan Tracey, Don Grusin, Martin Drew, Claire Martin, Sarah Jane Morris and Ian Shaw. He has also played with many international jazz stars and worked regularly with the late legendary British pianist and composer Stan Tracey.
Terence Collie has developed enormous respect as a jazz pianist able to cross all styles while retaining a strong personal identity. He is currently running and and playing at many successful jazz nights in south west London featuring top line jazz artists as well as performing regularly at some of the best jazz venues in the South of England.
Music Genres: Acoustic, Jazz
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