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Toni Kofi Quintet: A tribute to Cannonball
Fri 24 April 8pm
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Alto-sax master Tony Kofi fronts this loving celebration of the jazz giant (in every sense) Julian ‘Cannnonball’ Adderley. With Andy Davies (trumpet), Alex Webb (piano), Andrew Cleyndert (bass) and Alfonso Vitale (drums) the group traces the explosive music of Cannonball from his first session as leader in 1955 through work with Miles Davis to the soul-jazz of the 1960s. The repertoire includes Adderley brothers classics like Things Are Getting Better, Work Song, Del Sasser, Sack o’Woe and many others.
Saxophonist Diane McLoughlin celebrates the music of Dexter Gordon, supported by Winston Clifford on drums. Diane McLoughlin is a saxophone player and composer who has written for and performed in a wide range of genres, notably her own big band Giant Steppes. She currently plays with the award winning Alison Rayner Quintet as well as leading her own classical/jazz group The Casimir Connection, whose latest album has received critical acclaim. She is also featured in Chris Hodgkins’ Quartet and Peter Wiegold’s The Third Orchestra.