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In a change to the previously advertised line up, Stan Sulzmann joins Enzo Zirilli, Ross Stanley and Mick Hutton to presesnt this powerhouse quartet.
Stan Sulzmann is without question one of the most highly respected musicians in the UK today, admired by musicians and audiences for his instantly recognisable sound, and boundless creative imagination, and is a source of inspiration to many of Britain's emerging young musicians.
Sulzmann's career stretches back to the 60's, when as part of a uniquely talented crop of British musicians, he played with Graham Collier, John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler, Gordon Beck, as well as leading many groups of his own. Since that time Stan has been at the forefront of European contemporary jazz, and his talents have been sought by a host of discerning musicians, including Gil Evans, Mike Gibbs, Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland and Michael Brecker. Constantly in demand as a guest soloist, he has appeared with bands across Europe, including the Hilversum Radio Orchestra, NDR Big Band (alongside Chet Baker), Hanover Radio Symphony Orchestra and the New York Composers Orchestra.
Born in Turin 1965, he started playing drums when he was 8 years old and studied slowly at G.Verdi Conservatory in Turin. He got in touch with jazz music, meeting the great tenor sax Larry Nocella and many others important musicians as Frank Cerri, Benny Bailey, Hal Stein, Low Gianni, Flavio Boltro, Antonio Faraņ.
He was in tour with Gloria Gaynor in ' 91 and lately, since ' 96, he worked with the Italian POP-jazz singer Rossana Country house.
At the same Time, he played in many important festivals, theatres and jazz clubs in Italy and Europe with great musicians like Steve Grossman, James Moody, Robert Bonisolo, Luigi Bonafede, George Garzone, Randy Brecker, Moroni Dice, Enrico Pieranunzi, Ares Tavolazzi, Franck Avitabile, Stefano Di Battista, Gary Bartz, Ira Coleman, Larry Schneider, Peggy Stern, Alberto Marsico, Ron Ringwood, Donovan Mixon, Salvatore Bonafede...
At present Time he collaborates with Enrico Pieranunzi in his quintet and trio and with Moroni Dice trio and quartet.
Organist Ross Stanley's musical skills have kept him in high demand, seeing him play with jazz names such as Will Vinson, Dennis Rollins, Guy Barker, Joel Frahm, Liane Carroll, Stan Sulzman, Steve Arguelles, John Paracelli, Bobby Wellins, Clark Tracey, as well as being a regular member of the Jim Mullen Organ Trio, the Mark McKnight Organ Quartet and the Jacqui Dankworth band and performing in many small and large ensembles - Nostalgia 77 Octet, The Heritage Orchestra.
Mick Hutton has been active on the British jazz scene for over thirty years and has appeared alongside an extremely diverse range of musicians including Humphrey Lyttelton, Kenny Wheeler, Bill Bruford, Nigel Kennedy, Gary Husband and Lee Konitz.