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Monthly gigs in Walthamstow


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Jazz gigs are exciting to watch!

Feel the connection between the musicians, and the


audience, the drama of the unfolding improvisations
and the incredible musicianship of the players. Just
some of the reasons to check out our gigs.
The word jazz means many 10 things to many people. In fact, there
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styles that it makes more sense to think
of jazz not as a single style, but rather as an approach to making
music. Its about exploration, collaboration and a willingness to
take risks. We hope youll join us at our monthly gigs and discover
some exciting new music!
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[7 concessions] Youll love our venue, The Orford House Social Club.
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The room were using is spacious and comfortable,
8.30 pm
1o/7 10stage
with a decent / 7 and good acoustics. The seats
are very comfy and arranged caf-style around tables.
Theres a well-stocked bar which will be available for
drinks during the interval as well as before/after the gig.

All gigs are 10 on the door, with 7 concessions


pm 8.30pm
10 / 7 (students, MU, senior), unless otherwise stated.

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Julian Arguelles | sax
John Turville | piano
Dave Manington | bass
Tim Giles | drums

24 September
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Julian is a world-class saxophonist, composer and


beautifully melodic improviser. He has been at the heart of
British jazz for 3 decades. He has toured the world and recorded
with greats such as Hermeto Pascoal, Django Bates, John Scofield,
Kenny Wheeler, and Bill Frisell.
As a leader he has recorded 11 CDs, winning many prestigious
awards including the Jazz Composers Alliance Composition
Award from the USA. He has recently been commissioned to
write for the North German Radio Big Band, Apollo Saxophone
Quartet, and Royal Academy Of Music among others.

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George Crowley | saxes A new project for 2014, this quintet plays
Nick Malcolm | trumpet music full of invention and variation, D
Tom Hewson | piano always focusing on rhythmic interplay
Ferg Ireland | bass and characterful melodic ideas.
James Maddren | drums A strong believer in allowing for the
unexpected, Toms compositions combine
intriguing moments of harmony with spur-
of-the-moment decision-making and high-
energy grooves.

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Brigitte Beraha | voice Solstice keeps the band sound fresh through
Tori Freestone | sax & flute different permutations of the instruments
John Turville | piano and voice, drawing on influences from Brazil,
Jez Franks | guitar France and New York.
Dave Manington | bass This is a band that uses its deep understanding of
George Hart | drums several musical traditions and 10 10 in order to
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Tonight, Solstice are supported by ST Fusion,
an exciting jazz/folk trio from Tenerife, who are
currently touring the UK.

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Will Butterworth | Piano quartet to The Orford Road Social Club
Nick Pini | Bass for the first time.
Marco Quarantotto | With a focus on group improvisation the
Drums quartet aim to blur the boundaries between
structured playing and a free improvising
approach. Using original and standard jazz
repertoire, thegroup conceive melody and
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the second album of their music which


should be released early next year.

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The barnstorming super-group return with


more exciting new music to round off the
year Bring your party hats!
The flagship e17 jazz large ensemble is a
fantastically exciting band featuring vocals, 5
there are always saxophones (!), 3 trumpets, piano, guitar, bass and
drums. It brings together some of the key players
surprises the from the e17jazz collective together with other
large ensemble brilliant musicians from further afield.
makes the Led by Artistic Director John Turville, and fresh
from recent success at Walthamstow Garden
journey always Party and the Barbican Centre, the band will play
worth taking new material including a commission exploring a
LondonJazz fusion of Turkish music and jazz.

workshops
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Bethnal Green, E2 9HP
Sunday mornings For all adult instrumentalists and singers,
11.00 am - 1.00 pm with some previous experience.
approximately monthly
For more information and to book
10 per session
a place email Nick Tomalin:
education@e17jazz.com

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The club is 7 mins walk from Walthamstow Central station


(on the Victoria line tube and also 15 mins on the overground
from Liverpool St)

www.e17jazz.com
www.facebook.com/e17jazz
www.twitter.com/e17jazz
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