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Røyst Trio, consisting of Jazz Yorkshire Vocalist of the Year Kari Nergaard Bleivik, Cecilie Giskemo and Maria Jardardottir, performs original composed and improvised material: varied, human and bold with inspiration from jazz, contemporary music and voice use, Norwegian folk music and other world music. On Røyst: '... the fiendish arrangements of the songs providing a severe test of each woman's range and technique. ... There is a simmering power and surging beauty in everything they sing. If you think there's a strong and totally unapologetic feministic streak to Røyst, you'd be exactly right.' [Vibrations Magazine]
Metamorphic are a contemporary song-based jazz/folk sextet; their music has been described as 'refreshingly feminine' [Dan Spicer, Jazzwise], and as 'brave, honest, yet beguiling' [Jazz UK]. Metamorphic are: Chris Williams, alto (Led Bib); John Martin, tenor (The John Martin Quartet); Kerry Andrew, vocals (Juice); Tom Greenhalgh, drums (World Sanguine Report); Paul Sandy, bass (The Dead Victorians); Laura Cole, piano/composer/arranger (Juxtavoices). Metamorphic's 2nd album, Coalescence, is due for release in April 2013 on the F-ire label. This double bill with Røyst is part of a UK tour; there will be collaborations between the two groups written specially for this gig series.