“Perfect Rapport and a positively uncanny grasp of this elusive idiom” – Dave Gelly, The Observer
This exotic musical combination evokes the revolutionary recordings of Gerry Mulligan and Paul Desmond of the late 50’s and early 60’s and present it within an individualistic, creative and intuitive sphere. This will be a wonderful concert to experience, clever and tuneful, with musicians who are both gifted and passionate about their art.
Another Twickenham Jazz Club Classic to enjoy and savour the magic.
Multi-instrumentalist Chris Biscoe has been featured on baritone sax with the big bands of Hermeto Pascoal, Tony Kinsey, Graham Collier and the New York Composers Orchestra, as well as in various Mike Westbrook Bands and John Williams’ Baritone Band. Chris has released two CDs with Tony Kofi, and Profiles of Mingus with Henry Lowther.
American born altoist Allison Neale’s beautifully crafted lines evoke the spirit of Paul Desmond and Art Pepper, with whom she has a particular affinity. She has performed with Adelaide Hal, Bud Shank and Scott Hamilton, as well as featuring in the John Dankworth Generations Band and the Back to Basie Orchestra. Her latest CDs are I Wished on the Moon and Quietly There with guitarist Peter Bernstein.
One of the most sought after bass players on the UK scene, Jeremy has worked with Peter King, Phil Woods, Art Farmer, Johnny Griffin, Anita Wardell, Curtis Stigers and Kate Williams.
Matt Fishwick brings his subtle and dynamic playing to bands with Steve Fishwick and Osian Roberts and has played in the UK and USA with Scott Hamilton, Harry Allen, Jim Mullen, Warren Vache, Cedar Walton, John Colliani, Anita O’Day and many others.