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Daniel Casimir / Glowrogues / Idle Moments DJs on Tuesday 13th February 2018
Daniel Casimir is the winner of The Musicians’ Company’s Young Jazz Musician Award 2016. In 2017 Daniel released his first recording as a Bandleader, Escapee. Escapee was released under the Jazz Re:freshed. Daniel is currently preparing new material for his album with vocalist Tess Hirst.
Daniel Casimir attended the Birmingham Conservatoire Jazz Course between 2008-2012 and began studying the double bass under the tuition of Mark Hodgson and Arnie Somogyi. During his time at Birmingham Conservatoire, Daniel was also taught by legendary bassist Dave Holland and received several performance opportunities, such as to perform in the Trondheim jazz festival and participating in a project with Saxophonist Chris Potter. Jon Turney describes Daniel's performance: 'Outstanding for me, though, was Dan Casimir on bass. He did everything a bass player should, cruising with the orchestra, responding creatively to the soloists, duetting impressively with Potter on one number.” Daniel left Birmingham in 2012 with a first for his final performance.
Daniel decided to further his skills as an improviser and composer by completing a Masters at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, supported by scholarships from the Savile Club and Help Musicians. Whilst at Trinity Laban Conservatoire he participated in public Conservatoire events such as a performnce in Ronnie's Scott and at the Southbank Centre as part of the London Jazz festival.
Glowrogues are a Manchester based jazz, funk and hip hop band, founded by multi instrumentalist and composer Jim Molyneux.
Drawing on their inspiration from artists such as The Cinematic Orchestra, Snarky Puppy and The Robert Glasper Experiment, the band is made up of budding talent from Manchester and Birmingham's jazz scenes; featuring members of Cinematic Folk Septet The Old Dance School, energetic Mancunian jazz juggernaut Beats & Pieces Big Band, as well as members of experimental jazz fusion trio Apes Grapes.
This is a seated show.
Music Genres: Jazz
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