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Jazz Meets Bristol Symphony

with Gareth Lockrane Quartet 

and Dakhla Brass
 

June 2019,  Clifton Cathedral

Gareth Lockrane and The Gareth Lockrane Quartet

and Special Guests | Dakhla Brass

GARETH LOCKRANE QUARTET

Gareth Lockrane | Flutes

Kate Williams | Piano

Will Harris | Double Bass

Dave Smith | Drums

 

DAKHLA BRASS

Sophie Stockham | Alto Sax

Charlotte Ostafew | Baritone Sax

Pete Judge | Trumpet

Liam Treasure | Trombone

Riaan Vosloo | Double Bass

Matt Brown | Drums

 

BRISTOL SYMPHONY

William Goodchild | Conductor

For the third in its Jazz Meets Bristol Symphony concerts, conductor William Goodchild and the Orchestra are collaborating with two exciting and cutting edge combos. London-based jazz flautist Gareth Lockrane - his big band having just scooped Best Big Band in the 2018 British Jazz Awards - brings his quartet to Bristol and will be performing pieces especially arranged for Bristol Symphony from his latest album, Fistfight at the Barndance, which is available on Whirlwind Records. Also on the billing – and to open the night’s performance - is Bristol-based sextet, Dakhla Brass, who will join the Orchestra to play tunes from the band’s latest and highly acclaimed album, Murmur, (Impossible Arc Records). Come early and enjoy a drink on the terrace before this feast of Jazz Meets Bristol Symphony begins.