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Award Winning Tribute to Alice & John Coltrane

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Time: 9pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£18 On the Door
Tickets from £10

Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.

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TYPE OF EVENT : International Jazz, Jazz Tribute, Award-Winning Musicians

Award-winning & internationally renowned harpist, Alina Bzhezhinska,Alina Bzhezhinska is presenting a unique programme of music of the most famous couple in Jazz history - Alice Coltrane and John Coltrane in collaboration with multiple jazz awards winning musicians.

Alina Bzhezhinska - Harp Website
Tony Kofi - Saxophones Website
Gareth Lockrane - Flute Website
Mark Levandowski - Double Bass Website
Joel Prime - Drums Website
Ed Riches - Guitar Website

Originally from Lviv, Ukraine, Alina Bzhezhinska has become one of the leading harpists in Britain. She has performed with many major European orchestras including the National Opera in Warsaw and Scottish Opera. Alina’s London appearances include Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, BBC Radio 3, the London Jazz Festival and London Film Festival. Alina’s critically acclaimed solo album “Harp Recital” is believed to be the first pedal harp CD made in Scotland. She appeared in a DVD of the American group Harp Fusion and a CD by jazz group New Focus and performed at the 12th World Harp Congress in Sydney, Australia.

“Bzhezhinska played with conviction,...a strong sense of rhythm and superb use of dynamics.”
*****Three Weeks, Edinburgh Festival

“…Bzhezhinska really demonstrates her skill and no string is left unused...”
Music Maker Magazine

Tony Kofi is one of the UK's leading jazz saxophonists and multi-instrumentalists. Kofi's accolades include two BBC Jazz Awards, including best instrumentalist, Parliamentary Jazz Award Winner and MOBO Award Nominee.

Gareth Lockrane renowned for putting flute back into jazz. His latest album, The Strut, won Mojo Magazine’s Jazz Album of the Year 2012. He runs a world-class big band and is a greatly respected teacher.

Mark Lewandowski been described as having a "huge vibrant, singing tone (producing) some amazing bass solos with the agility and articulation of a horn player." He has had the opportunity to perform with some of the most exciting improvisers in the british jazz scene including Liam Noble, Zoe Rahman Trio, Jean Toussaint, Julian Joseph, Tina May, Soweto Kinch, Peter King, John Surman, Zhenya Strigalev, Jay Phelps Quartet and Buddy Greco amongst others.

Joel Prime is an award winning virtuoso drummer from Adelaide, Australia. His big band experiences have enabled Joel to share the stage with such performers as Bob Mintzer, James Morrison, Ross Irwin, Bobby Shew, John Hoffman, Rhonda Burchmore, Jon Gordon, Ray Vega, Paul Bollenback, George Garzone and given him the chance to do workshops with Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band and the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.

Ed Riches is a British jazz guitarist whom has work with numerous Grammy, MOBO & BBC award winners in concerts & festivals across and internationally. Known for his refined technique, unique tone a deep grasp of harmony and an instinct for melody.