Fractalight at St Laurence; Tony Hymas

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St Laurence Church, The Shambles, Stroud, GL5 1AP

07948077843
info@fractalight.co.uk
https://www.fractalight.co.uk/product/balanced-on-knife-edge/

Saturday 10 March 2018
Opening Hours: 7-11.45pm
Admission Fee: £12.50
Booking recommended
Book online or tickets on the door

Jazz with Tony Hymas and Trio HLF

Three outstanding figures in British jazz and contemporary music whose combined experience
encompasses an extraordinarily wide variety of musical life.

Expect a mixture of melody, lyricism, rhythmic precision, blues, ‘listening’ free improv (hence this
evening’s title), weird sounds – presented with the flair and entertaining spontaneity that only
truly great musicianship can bring.

Tony Hymas – e.piano (Cleo Laine / John Dankworth, Jack Bruce , Jeff Beck, Evan Parker,
Frank Sinatra – own bands : PHD, The Lonely Bears, Ursus Minor. Numerous albums for
Disques Nato the most recent being Chroniques de Résistance, De L’origine du Monde. and TH
joue Léo Ferré)

Chris Llaurence – dbl bass (Kenny Wheeler, John Surman, John Taylor, Sting, Elton John,
Principal bass Academy of St Martin in the Fields, own quartet with Frank Ricotti, John Paricelli
and Martin France)

Martin France – drums (ECM artist, Lee Konitz , Elvis Costello, Ralph Towner, own band Spin
Marvel)

 

Doors and bar open at 7pm
Music from 8pm.


£12.50 – advance tickets. 

£14 – on the door.

Cash only at the bar.

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