A regular invited artist to the SoundCellar stage, JOHN LAW “one of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists” (International Piano Magazine) presents his most recent recording CONFIGURATION, by his regular quartet Congregation, here in trio form tonight. Featuring John on piano, keyboards and samples, he will have Ashley John Long on bass and Andy Chapman on drums.
This is a SoundCellar ‘pop up’ gig and will take place at the Jazz Cafe, 28 Shore Rd, Poole BH13 7PJ
Ticket link below
John has played at over fifty festivals worldwide including North Sea Jazz Festival (Rotterdam), Delhi International Jazz Festival and the London Jazz Festival at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. He has worked with high profile musicians such as Gwilym Simcock, Jason Rebello, Tim Garland and Andy Sheppard and has played in clubs and concert halls all over the UK, mainland Europe, North America and beyond. He has recorded over forty albums.
Showcasing John’s original compositions this evening, the music reflects all the different influences in his varied career: jazz, classical, rock, electronics. Come and hear some of the compositions from the album voted among the top 10 CDs for 2020 in three different jazz publications.
Entry is £13 + booking fee in advance through the below link, or £15 cash on the doorShare this event
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