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Andre Canniere Group at The Forge Arts Venue

Where

The Forge Arts Venue
3-7 Delancey Street
London, NW1
+44 (0) 207

When

Fri, May 31, 2013
7.00 PM

Add to Calendar 2013-05-31 7.00 PM 2013-05-31 Andre Canniere Group at The Forge Arts Venue The Andre Canniere Group will be performing music from their critically acclaimed album ‘Forward Space’ and
previewing music from their upcoming release due out in late 2013 on the Whirlwind Recordings label.


The Guardian gave this new album five stars while Jazzwise Magazine gave it four stars and included it in their ‘Best Albums of 2012′ list. Canniere (trumpet/composer) is joined by four of the UK’s most celebrated young players including Ivo Neame (piano), Hannes Riepler (guitar), Ryan Trebilcock (bass) and Jon Scott (drums). Together they successfully blend various trends of contemporary jazz with heavy grooves, sophisticated melodic passages and plaintive meditations, showing the variety available in the collective palette of these exciting musicians.
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Musicians

Andre Canniere
Andre Canniere
trumpet
Hannes Riepler
Ivo Neame
Jon Scott

About

The Andre Canniere Group will be performing music from their critically acclaimed album ‘Forward Space’ and
previewing music from their upcoming release due out in late 2013 on the Whirlwind Recordings label.


The Guardian gave this new album five stars while Jazzwise Magazine gave it four stars and included it in their ‘Best Albums of 2012′ list. Canniere (trumpet/composer) is joined by four of the UK’s most celebrated young players including Ivo Neame (piano), Hannes Riepler (guitar), Ryan Trebilcock (bass) and Jon Scott (drums). Together they successfully blend various trends of contemporary jazz with heavy grooves, sophisticated melodic passages and plaintive meditations, showing the variety available in the collective palette of these exciting musicians.

Tim Bretton uploaded this event on December 21, 2012

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