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Phelan Burgoyne International Quintet feat. Jorge Rossy

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Time: 9pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£18 On the Door
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TYPE OF EVENT : Modern Jazz

" Modern Jazz Legend Jorge Rossy joins young international quintet
lead by British drummer Phelan Burgoyne"

Jazz legend JORGE ROSSY joins young international band lead by British drummer Phelan Burgoyne for a for a one-time only programme of originals, music from the Tristano school and classic standards.

Jorge Rossy from Barcelona, Spain - Vibraphone - Website
Sam Braysher from London, UK - Alto Saxophone - Website
Linus Eppinger from Germany - Guitar
Tilman Oberbeck from Germany – Double Bass - Website
Phelan Burgoyne from London, UK - Drums - Video Sample

Jorge Rossy has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in Jazz; Lee Konitz, Charlie Haden, Wayne Shorter and Kurt Rosenwinkel. He also held the drum chair in the Brad Mehldau trio from 1995 - 2005. Since then he has transitioned from Drums to Vibraphone and has just released a new album on Pirouet Records - "Stay There" featuring Al Foster, Mark Turner, Peter Bernstein and Doug Weiss.

Phelan Burgoyne (1994) is a British drummer and composer currently living and working between Basel, Switzerland and London, UK. He has studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London with Jeff Williams and Martin France and the Jazz Campus, Basel with Jorge Rossy, Jeff Ballard, Larry Grenadier and Guillermo Klein.

Phelan has performed in many of the UK's top venues including Ronnie Scott's, the Vortex and the Barbican centre with the likes of Kenny Wheeler and Dave Holland. He has also played in Germany, France, Switzerland and Spain with Jorge Rossy and Bill Mchenry. His current projects include a trio with two established London musicians; saxophonist Martin Speake and guitarist Rob Luft. The trio recorded a new CD of original compositions entitled "Unquiet Quiet"which is planned to be released in the Autumn of 2016.

Alto saxophonist Sam Braysher studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 2011 with a First Class Honours degree before becoming the jazz department’s Guildhall Artist Fellow for two years. In April 2016 he travelled to New York to record his debut album as a leader, a duo with the American pianist Michael Kanan. Scheduled for release at some point towards the end of this year, it features pieces by Jerome Kern, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Victor Young, Duke Ellington and Tadd Dameron, as well as one original composition.

Tilman Oberbeck, based in Hamburg, is one of Germany's most in demand young bass players. He has performed with the likes of Jimmy Wormworth, Jorge Rossy and William Evans and recorded as part of the Jan Prax quartet on the ACT label.

Linus Eppinger, originally from Freiburg, Germany, studied at the Jazz Campus Basel with Peter Bernstein, Lage Lund and Wolfgang Muthspiel. He has toured all over Germany and has performed with the likes of Jorge Rossy and Guillermo Klein.

Video Sample of Jorge Rossy