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A series of adventurous concerts, curated by the Chaos Collective.
The Chaos Collective
Something of a 'secret weapon' on the European music scene, the Chaos Collective is already making waves in London and the UK, consisting of some of London's most high-calibre, creative young performers including Laura Jurd, Elliot Galvin & Alex Roth. With a passion for new music this hard hitting, cross-genre big band is reminiscent of the eighties powerhouse 'Loose Tubes', whilst devloping a truly unique, ever-evolving identity of its own.
"Hugely original and exciting ensemble, rich in orchestration and bold improvisational concepts, this group is sure to be the future of British Jazz." - Mark Lockheart (saxophonist/composer)
Corrie Dick Band
Alice Zawadski - voice
Sam Rapley - saxophone
Joe Webb - organ
Matt Robinson - piano
Corrie Dick - drums
This brand new band, featuring 5 young lyrical genii, plays Corrie's own folk-influenced songs. Elegant, intricate, melty and energetic- each song is brimming with optimism/melancholy/anarchy or combinations of the three.
Corrie is the current young Scottish jazz musician of the year and is regularly commended by critics on his vibrancy and flair for both performing an composition.
Matthew Herd - Alto and Soprano Saxophones
Sam Rapley - Tenor Saxophone and Clarinet
Kieran McLeod - Trombone
Sam Watts - Piano
Tom McCredie - Double Bass
Scott Chapman - Drums
"Seafarers is a recently formed sextet of improvising musicians led by saxophonist and composer Matthew Herd.
The tunes are influenced by stories and images conjured up in books, films and folklore which can result in many different forms of music from simple songs and melodies, to intimate duets, to more abstract collective improvisations.
Seafarers hope to depict, through Matthew's writing and the band's playing a series of tales and pictures that should hopefully spark the imaginations of the audience."