Lancaster Jazz Festival 2015 Large Print Festival Programme

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Lancaster Jazz
Festival
18 - 20 September 2015
www.lancasterjazz.com
Large Print, Text Only Festival Programme
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Table of Contents
Accessibility and Venue Information
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Hello and Welcome to Lancaster Jazz
Festival 2015
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Artist in Residence - Seth Bennett
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Featured events:
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Supported Events
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Jazz Breakfasts
NorVol: “How can I run a successful jazz venue?”
Afternoon Tea at The Royal Kings Arms
The Lindsay Hannon Plus
Billionaires Trio
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Friday 18th September
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Lancaster Brewery Stage
Richard Ormrod Workshop (5pm)
LRGS Big Band (7.30pm)
A Dread Supreme (9pm)
Taupe (10pm)
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Saturday 19th September
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Sun Square Stage
Jazz North Introduces (12noon)
Dakhla Brass (1.20pm)
Thunkfish (2.40pm)
Blind Monk Trio (4pm)
Saturday 19th September
The Hall
Q&A: Leo Geyer & Seth Bennett (11.30am)
Khymerikal (12.45pm)
Lancaster Jazz Festival Youth Jazz Commission
2015: Calum Macleod presents “NODHA” (2pm)
En Bas Quartet (3.15pm)
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Lancaster Jazz Festival Headline 2015:
Saturday 19th September
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Empirical
Open Jam Session (10.30pm)
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Sunday 20th September
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Sun Square Stage
The Paradise Trios (12.20pm)
Yesa Sikyi (1.40pm)
Tori Freestone / Alcyona Mick (3pm)
Sunday 20th September
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The Hall
Seth Bennett Workshop (11am)
Grew & Watts (1.45pm)
Cameron Vale (2.20pm)
Word of Moth (3.45pm)
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Made By
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Lancaster Jazz Festival 2015 Programme
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Friday 18th September
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Saturday 19th September
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Sunday 20th September
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Accessibility and Venue
Information
We make every effort to ensure Lancaster Jazz Festival
events are accessible to our whole audience. If you
require any more information than what is included in
this programme or online at www.lancasterjazz.com
then please do get in touch with the festival team at
info@lancasterjazz.com or speak to any of our LJF
volunteers at any of our events.
All our venues are wheelchair accessible apart from The
Golden Lion.
The “Festival Hub” is located at The Sun Hotel on Sun
Street and members of the Festival Team with be there
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between 9am and 5pm on Saturday 19th and Sunday
20th September.
An audio described version of this programme is
available at www.lancasterjazz.com
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Hello and Welcome to
Lancaster Jazz Festival 2015
We like to do things a little differently here.
This year we are taking another massive step towards
one of the festival’s long term goals, which is to become
a truly artist-led festival. We are aiming to create an
artists’ playground, featuring exceptional music set in
the beautiful surroundings of the historic city of
Lancaster.
This is going to be the best LJF to date - and we’re more
excited about this one than any we’ve made so
far.We’ve programmed artists that we feel are doing
something truly original and exciting, artists who will
create beautiful new works, be open to collaborations
and be breathtakingly stunning. We’re also supporting
emerging artists like never before with help from our
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Artist in Residence for 2015, Seth Bennett, possibly the
most original British double bassist in a generation. He’s
not only going to be developing and showcasing his own
extraordinary projects but has as also been mentoring
our Youth Jazz Commission, awarded to pedal harpist
Calum Mcleod, and will be working with our emerging
artists throughout the festival.
And for you, the “best jazz audience in the country”, as
stated by headline drummer Pedro Segundo last year,
we have the best contemporary music and emerging
jazz that you will find anywhere in the UK. With our
partners and members we’ve taken your suggestions
and redesigned every event in the festival from the
ground up to make them even better and more
ambitious. And, we have the wonderful ‘Empirical’
headlining at the Dukes, promising another truly
memorable gig (just be there!).
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If you haven’t been before, then a huge welcome. We’re
sure you’ll find stuff you’ll love, whether that is joining us
at the Brewery for some beer and reggae crossover, or
tea and deckchairs in
Sun Square, or the best coffee in the UK with added
violins in The Hall.
“Jazz lives here in Lancaster” said Courtney Pine last
year and we completely agree.
Welcome to our 5th birthday - it’s gonna be really
special.
- Matt Robinson and Dave Shooter
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Artist in Residence - Seth
Bennett
Our very first Artist in Residence.
The most original double bassist working in the UK right
now.
Based at the Festival Hub but with showcasing
performances at The Hall and other wanderings around
the entire festival.
Featured events:
Saturday 19th September:
11.30am - Q&A with Leo Geyer, The Hall
3.15pm - En Bas Quartet, The Hall
10.30pm - Jam Session, Golden Lion
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Sunday 20th September:
11am - Workshop, The Hall
3.45pm - Word of Moth, The Hall
As one of the most active jazz musician in the country
over the last 20 years Seth Bennett has been playing in
everything from European touring hardcore punk groups
to the North Sea Jazz Festival with Gilles Peterson. His
hugely diverse portfolio of work swings from improvising
chamber group 7 Hertz, to sideman for folk singer Mary
Hampton, to co- operative jazz trios and beyond. At
home in many and wide ranging musical disciplines Seth
also works as an educator, teaching at Sheffield Jazz
Workshops for the last three years where he won a Jazz
Yorkshire award for Best Teacher. He also taught on the
Sound and Music Composer’s Summer School in 2012.
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Supported Events
Jazz Breakfasts
Where: The Robert Gillow, 64 Market Street. LA1 1HP
When: Friday 18th September, Saturday 19th
September, Sunday 20th September. 9.30am each day.
Duration: 2 hours 30 mins
Tickets: FREE
Access: Accessible
Enjoy a tasty breakfast and live jazz every morning at
The Robert Gillow
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NorVol: “How can I run a
successful jazz venue?”
Presented in partnership with the Northern Jazz
Promoter Network
Where: Festival Hub, The Sun Hotel, Sun Street. LA1
1EW
When: Saturday 19th September, 2.30pm
Duration: 3 hours
Tickets: FREE
Access: Accessible
Find out everything you could want to know about
running a venue or festival from the North’s own Jazz
Promoter Network. The event will include presentations,
panel discussions and a clinic. If you are
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a new or experienced promoter, or maybe just thinking
about giving it a go, then this event is for you. Topics will
include; finding an audience, getting the right venue,
developing a programme, letting people know what you
do, paying for it, developing the scene and many more...
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Afternoon Tea at The Royal Kings
Arms
Join us for jazz and high tea on both Saturday and
Sunday afternoons in the heart of the historic city of
Lancaster, at the recently refurbished Royal Kings Arms
Hotel with views of its famous castle. Originally built in
1625 and rebuilt in 1879, the hotel was immortalised by
Charles Dickens in his tale of “The Lazy Tour Of Two
Idle Apprentices”.
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The Lindsay Hannon Plus
Presented in partnership with Jazz North
Where: Royal Kings Arms, Market Street. LA1 1HP
When: Saturday 19th September, 1pm
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes with interval
Tickets: FREE
Access: Accessible
Lindsay Hannon / voice
James Harrison / piano
John Pope / double bass
Tom Chapman / drums
Raucous barrel-house blues or spacious ballad: genres
are thoughtfully juxtaposed, each song a journey in
itself, creating an electric atmosphere.
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Billionaires Trio
Where: Royal Kings Arms, Market Street. LA1 1HP
When: Sunday 20th September, 1pm
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes with interval
Tickets: FREE
Access: Accessible
Emma William / voice
‘Boogie’ Bill Roberts / piano
Paul Froggatt / tenor sax
The Billionaires Trio is a fun and foot-tapping band
emulating the sound and style of the great American
dance bands, moving seamlessly from jump-jive to
ratpack via some good-time rhythm & blues. This slick
little outfit can really swing, leading you through a
wonderful jazzy journey of timeless classics from the
likes of Louis Prima, Peggy Lee and Sinatra.
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Friday 18th September
Lancaster Brewery Stage
Where: Lancaster Brewery, Lancaster Leisure Park,
Wyresdale Road. LA1 3LA
When: Friday 18th September, Doors 7.30pm
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair accessible
Produced in partnership with Lancaster Brewery
Start your festival here as we launch into Lancaster Jazz
2015 with a mad mix of emerging talent, pioneering
music and fantastic beer.
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Richard Ormrod Workshop (5pm)
Bring an instrument and join award winning multiinstrumentalist, bandleader and teacher Richard Ormrod
as he delves into the world of improvisation and jazz
using bits of material from A Dread Supreme.
A short performance of the music created in the
workshop will take place at 8.30pm
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LRGS Big Band (7.30pm)
Paul Froggatt / conductor
The LRGS big band has a long and distinguished history
giving many young musicians a chance to play serious
charts and develop into formidable players. The band is
a major feed for the county big bands, with many alumni
going on to professional careers in the music business.
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A Dread Supreme (9pm)
Richard Ormrod /
reeds/flute/melodica/percussion/vocals
Chris Campbell / guitar & vocals
Bob Birch / Hammond & synth
Kenny Higgins / bass
Sam Hobbs / drums
Joseph Gerald ‘Spear’ / percussion & vocals
Turning Coltrane into 70s Jamaican Roots, re-imagining
the 60s protest songs of Bill Wilson for the 21st Century
and performing sets of open-ended improvisations
based on early Caribbean dance bands and 50s
American lounge acts.
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Taupe (10pm)
Jamie Stockbridge / alto sax
Mike Parr-Burman / guitar
Adam Stapleford / drums
A Newcastle upon Tyne based trio specializing in razorsharp polyrhythmic play, exploratory improvisation and
raw, high energy live performances.
The group’s sound is built of influences drawing from
free jazz and math metal to hip-hop grooves and postbop, with a healthy dollop of skronk, navigated down a
path that seeks to blur the line between carefully
constructed rhythmic compositions and explosive group
improvisation.
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Saturday 19th September
Sun Square Stage
Where: Sun Square, Sun Street. LA1 1EW
When: Saturday 19th September, 12 noon
Duration: 5 hours
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair accessible
An open air stage in the beautiful Georgian
surroundings of Sun Square. Grab a coffee from the
Music Room and recline in a deckchair or pop round the
corner to the Festival Hub at The Sun Hotel to chat with
the artists over a couple of beers.
Family friendly. Feel free to bring picnics although
please be advised that no alcohol is allowed in the
square.
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This is an outdoor event that will go on, rain or shine. In
case of severe weather, please refer to
www.lancasterjazz.com or twitter.com/LancasterJazz on
Sat 19 Sept for up to the minute information.
Presented in partnership with Lancaster BID
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Jazz North Introduces (12noon)
Jazz North Introduces is a scheme that provides young
nothern jazz artists with their first high-profile showcase
performances and mentoring with leading UK jazz
artists. This initiative from our partners at Jazz North
builds on the mjf introduces scheme to showcase the
very best new jazz talent from across the north. At the
time of going to print the artist has yet to be selected.
For the latest information and line-up please visit
www.lancasterjazz.com
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Dakhla Brass (1.20pm)
Matt Brown / drums
Charlotte Ostafew / baritone sax
Sophoe Stockham / alto sax
Pete Judge / trumpet
Liam Treasure / trombone
Bristol based Dakhla Brass play original music
combining evocative harmonies, intricate rhythms,
absorbing soundscapes; from one extraordinary
drummer and four top-of-their-game-horn players.
“A powerhouse. Talent, instinct and creativity make
them a real force to be reckoned with” Sound on Sound.
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Thunkfish (2.40pm)
Tom Pickles / sax/flute
Charles Dearness / trumpet
Jed Potts / guitar
Tom Wilkinson / bass
Richard Kass / drums
Thunkfish are the sole entity at the forefront of the notquite nascent PTHRONK scene. They are a tight, yet
unpredictable blend of jazz, punk, thrash, prog and
funk, with influences from Headhunters to Metallica: One
moment head-nodding, infectious grooves, escalating to
mosh-pit intensity, one minute rhythmically ambiguous
and expansive, always interesting and infectious.
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Blind Monk Trio (4pm)
Presented in partnership with Jazz North
Bob Whittaker / tenor sax
Hugo Harrison / double bass
Johnny Hunter / drums
They have caused quite a stir over the past couple of
years in the Northwest jazz scene, putting a fresh spin
on the sax/bass/drums trio format. With influences from
the whole history of the genre (Sonny Rollins, Joe
Henderson, FLY) blended with alternative rock and
eastern folk, Blind Monk Trio present quirky original
compositions along with some surprising arrangements
of classic standards.
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“Energetic, original and quirky - think John Coltrane
meets Led Zeppelin” - Marsden Jazz
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Saturday 19th September
The Hall
Where: The Hall, China Street. LA1 1EX
When: Saturday 19th September, 11.30am
Duration: 4 hours 30 mins
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair accessible via ‘south’ entrance with
temporary ramp. Festival Team will be available to offer
assistance.
A truly unique mix of artists in the beautiful, brilliant and
intimate contemporary cafe of Lancaster's award
winning coffee roasters and brewers J. Atkinson & Co.
Free entry but limited seating.
Presented in partnership with J. Atkinson & Co.
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Q&A: Leo Geyer & Seth Bennett
(11.30am)
Leo Geyer / LJF Youth Jazz Commission 2014
Seth Bennett / LJF Artist in Residence 2015
Returning to LJF after premiering new work here in 2014
Leo Geyer talks with Seth Bennett and our festival
reporter, Rob Herrisone-Kelly about jazz, composition,
festivals and all/any of your questions.
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Khymerikal (12.45pm)
Leo Geyer / conductor
Rachel Maby / voice
Sara Hall / clarinet
Tim Rathbone / violin
Mike Newman / cello
A programme of contemporary music inspired and
pervade by jazz featuring not one but two world
premières. ‘The Last Minstrel Suite’ by Michael Newman
is a setting of the introduction to Sir Walter Scott’s
narrative poem ‘Lay of the Last Minstrel’. And a second
for full ensemble, combining jazz and cubism to create
an explosive collage of musical luminescence.
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Lancaster Jazz Festival Youth
Jazz Commission 2015: Calum
Macleod presents “NODHA”
(2pm)
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Calum MacLeod / harp & vocals
Liam Waddle / piano
Harry Jones / electronics
A pedal harp graduate from the RNCM Calum is a fluent
Gaelic speaker, having been immersed in Gaelic culture
from an early ages. He has won many prizes, including
the clarach competitions at the Pan Celtic Festival in
Donegal and the Stan Barker Memorial Prize for Jazz
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Improvisations. In this commission Calum will be
reworking and connecting the harmonic material of both
traditional Gaelic folk song and contemporary jazz.
Exploring pedal harp and pedal boards, the Scots Gaelic
language and jazz composition.
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En Bas Quartet (3.15pm)
Seth Bennett / double bass
Alice Eldridge / cello
Benedict Taylor / viola
Aby Villiamy / viola
“I formed En Bas Quartet because I wanted to play in an
improvising string quartet. I’d long been interested in
contemporary chamber music, and wanted to investigate
that aesthetic in an improvised context. A “low” quartet
also allows me to join in - the bass part in a quartet is
usually taken by the cello - and write music for a
chamber ensemble, with all the interaction and rhythmic
subtlety they use. I find the parallel between a small jazz
ensemble and a string quartet very interesting; both
groups will stretch time, allow the music to breathe and
pause, and find a way to play as a single unit. I chose
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three of the best string improvisors in the country to form
the rest of the ensemble, and was lucky enough that
they all agreed to take part in the project.”
- Seth Bennett / Artist in Residence
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Lancaster Jazz Festival
Headline 2015: Saturday 19th
September
Empirical
Where: the Dukes, Moor Lane. LA1 1QE
When: Saturday 19th September, 7.30pm
Duration: 2 hours 30 mins with interval
Tickets: £12.50
Booking: Buy from the Dukes Box Office - 01524
598500, www.dukes-lancaster.org or in person from the
Dukes
Access: Accessible
Presented in partnership with the Dukes
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Sponsored by Lancaster Brewery
Nathaniel Facey / alto sax
Lewis Wright / vibraphone
Tom Farmer / double bass
Shaney Forbes / drums
With the release of their 5th studio album this autumn,
Empirical show once again why they were dubbed by
The Daily Telegraph as “the coolest of Britain’s young
jazz bands.”
Now come of age, they are considered one of the UK’s
most highly acclaimed jazz outfits, known for producing
forward looking, risk taking and creative music. Formed
in 2007 as part of the Tomorrow’s Warriors scheme, and
settled on the current line-up in 2008. Their excellent
tribute to Eric Dolphy, ‘Out ‘n’ In’ (Naim), led to a MOBO
award in 2010 for Best Jazz Act and led to an
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international touring career which has showed no signs
of slowing down.
Their aim to expand on the traditions of Jazz sees them
create music both timeless and totally now, inside and
out.
"Empirical could turn out to be one of the most important
bands in British Jazz history” - Jazzwise.
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Open Jam Session (10.30pm)
Where: Golden Lion, Moor Lane. LA1 1QE
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair access by temporary ramp. The
Festival Team will be available to offer assistance.
Right next door to the Empirical gig and starting only
once they’ve finished is our annual open jam session
hosted by LJF Artist in Residence, Seth Bennett. Bring
an instrument and play till the early hours with the house
band or simply join us for a post gig beer or two.
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Sunday 20th September
Sun Square Stage
Where: Sun Square, Sun Street. LA1 1EW
When: Sunday 20th September, 12.20pm
Duration: 3 hours 40 mins
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair accessible
An open air stage in the beautiful Georgian
surroundings of Sun Square. Grab a coffee from the
Music Room and recline in a deckchair or pop roundd
the corner to the Festival Hub on Sun Street to talk with
the artists with a couple of beers.
Outdoor event that will go on rain or shine. In case of
severe weather, please refer to www.lancasterjazz.com
or www.twitter.com/LancasterJazz on Saturday 19th
September for up to the minute information.
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Family friendly.
Feel free to bring picnics although be advised that no
alcohol is allowed in the square.
Presented in partnership with Lancaster BID
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The Paradise Trios (12.20pm)
Richard Iles / Flugel Horn
Mike Walker / guitar
Les Chisnal / piano
The trio builds on Richard’s experience of playing with
Mike and Les in varied contexts over the past 25 years.
Ideal champions of his music, together they bring a
stripped-back approach to his compositions: reflective
melodies with rich harmonies – inspired by the Jimmy
Guiffre trios of the ’60s – that will inspire the best
musical conversations between three musicians very
familiar with each other’s playing.
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Yesa Sikyi (1.40pm)
Chelsea Carmichael / tenor sax
Nubya Garcia / tenor sax
Lily Carassik / trumpet
Greg Evain / piano
Arthur O’Hara / bass
Ed Harley / drums
Yesa Sikyi are a new six piece jazz band based in
London. Yesa Sikyi (yessa seechee) came together on
the jazz course at Trinity College of Music in London.
Having recently released their debut EP ‘Out Of Earshot’
the group are gaining a increasing following in London
and beyond for their repertoire of beautiful arrangements
of classic standards and original tunes.
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Tori Freestone / Alcyona Mick
(3pm)
Tori Freestone / tenor sax/flute
Alcyona Mick / piano
After working together on the London jazz scene
in various large ensembles including the London Jazz
Orchestra and then travelling together to work on a
project in the Canary Islands in 2014, this duo decided
to fuse their unique writing styles and improvisational
approaches to explore some new material and
contemporary standards. Given their wealth of
experience working with unusual instrumentation in a
variety of formats, the duo is the ideal setting to blend
their unique and distinct voices for a more intimate
exploration of engaging and innovative material.
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Sunday 20th September
The Hall
Where: The Hall, China Street. LA1 1EX
When: Sunday 20th September, 11am
Duration: 5 hours 45 mins
Tickets: FREE
Access: Wheelchair accessible via ‘south’ entrance with
temporary ramp. Festival Team will be available to offer
assistance.
A truly unique mix of artists in the beautiful, brilliant and
intimate contemporary cafe of Lancaster award winning
coffee roasters and brewers J. Atkinson & Co. Free
entry but limited seating.
Presented in partnership with J. Atkinson & co.
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Seth Bennett Workshop (11am)
Open to all musicians, Lancaster Jazz Festival’s Artist in
Residence 2015 will explore improvisation and group
work, communication and developing your ideas.
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Grew & Watts (1.45pm)
Stephen Grew / piano
Trevor Watts / alto sax/soprano sax
“One of Europe’s most dedicated and imaginative
pianists” – mjf, Stephen Grew has worked with many of
the leading improvisers of the past twenty years
including, Evan Parker, Richard Scott, Keith Tippett and
Clark Tracey.
Trevor Watts is a legend of improvised music whose
work over the past fifty years has included Archie
Shepp, Don Cherry, Steve Swallow, Dave Holland and
Kenny Wheller.
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Cameron Vale (2.20pm)
Presented in partnership with Jazz North
Miles Spilsbury / saxophone & effects
George Birkett / guitar
Sam Dutton-Taylor / bass & effects
Finn Booth / drums
Formed in Leeds in summer 2013, Cameron Vale is
made up of members from diverse musical
backgrounds. In their music, they combine
improvisation, jazz, rock and electronics with original
compositions. Expect a high energy blend of
polyrhythms, improvisation and riffage.
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Word of Moth (3.45pm)
Dee Byrne / alto sax
Cath Roberts / baritone sax
Seth Bennett / double bass
Tom Greenhalgh / drums
Named after a typo on a funding application the music is
contemporary jazz and off kilter grooves, with a healthy
dose of free improvising thrown in, and has
the added bonus of being a chordless group, forcing
Cath and Dee to come up with innovative and
unexpected arrangements of their tunes
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Made By
Our Partners:
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Lancaster Business Improvement District
Lancaster Brewery
Cumberland Building Society
the Dukes
Institute for Black Atlantic Research
J. Atkinson & Co.
Jazz North
Karma, the indian room
Lancaster Arts Partnership
Lancaster Emerging Arts Partnership
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More Music
The Northern Voluntary Jazz Promoters Association
Royal Kings Arms
University of Central Lancashire
Matt Robinson - Festival Director
Dave Shooter - Producer
Jen Benson - Festival Manager
Jack Bond - Marketing and Audience Development
Manager
Leo Burtin - Associate Producer
Rob Herissone-Kelly - Festival Reporter
Seth Bennett - Artist in Residence
David Fatkin, Paul Froggatt, Pete Hyde, Kathryn
MacDonald, Alan Rice - Trustees
Huge thanks to:
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Julie Brown, Chris Bye, The Creative Hub, Richard
Hammond, Fanny Martin, Ben McCabe, Steve Mead,
Pete Moser, Ros Rigby, Nigel Slee, Jackie Thompson,
Paula and Richard Williams, all our wonderful members
and volunteers.
Join us online:
www.facebook.com/LancasterJazz
www.twitter.com/LancasterJazz
www.instagram.com/LancasterJazz
#LancasterJazz15
#LanJazzFest
#LJF2015
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Lancaster Jazz Festival 2015
Programme
Friday 18th September
9.30am / Jazz Breakfast / Robert Gillow
5.30pm / Richard Ormrod Workshop / Lancaster
Brewery
7.45pm / LRGS Big Band / Lancaster Brewery
8.30pm / Workshop Performacne / Lancaster Brewery
9pm / A Dread Supreme / Lancaster Brewery
10pm / Taupe / Lancaster Brewery
Saturday 19th September
9.30am / Jazz Breakfast / Robert Gillow
11.30am / Q&A: Leo Geyer / The Hall
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12pm / Jazz North Introduces / Sun Square
12.45pm / Khymerikal / The Hall
1pm / Afternoon Tea / Royal Kings Arms
1.20pm / Dhakhla Brass / Sun Square
2pm / YJC: Calum Mcleod / The Hall
2.30pm / NORVOL: How to run a jazz club / Festival
Hub
2.40pm / Thunkfish / Sun Square
3.15pm / En Bas Quartet / The Hall
4pm / Blind Monk Trio / Sun Square
7.30pm / Empirical / The Round, The Dukes
10.30pm / Open Jam Session / Golden Lion
Sunday 20th September
9.30am / Jazz Breakfast / Robert Gillow
11am / Seth Bennett Workshop / The Hall
12.20pm / The Paradise Trios / Sun Square
1pm / Grew & Watts / The Hall
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1pm / Billionaires Trio / Royal Kings Arms
1.40pm / Yesa Sikyi / Sun Square
2.20pm / Tipping Point / The Hall
3pm / Tori Freestone/Alcyona Mick / Sun Square
3.45pm / Word of Moth / The Hall
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