25th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE 606 CLUB AT LOTS ROAD

OVER 40 BANDS IN TWELVE DAYS

MAY 22 - JUNE 2

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606 Club Chelsea 25th Anniversary at Lots Road


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"Yamaha congratulates the 606 Club on their 25th year in producing some of the best live jazz from across the world. We value our longstanding relationship with the 606 and the opportunity to enable so many great musicians and jazz artists to perform using the club’s cherished Yamaha S6 Grand Piano."

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"25 years and still going strong. Another 25 and you will catch up with us!! Good luck and have a great Festival"- Charlie Watts

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Peter Ind & Friends/
Christine Tobin

SUNDAY JUNE 2 | 1:45pm |£10

1:45pm PETER IND & FRIENDS. Bass player Peter Ind’s playing is universally admired and respected throughout the International Jazz scene. One of the most charismatic musicians on the scene today Peter emigrated to the USA in the early 50’s where his phenomenal technique and impressive musical ability honed by his studies with the iconic pianist Lennie Tristano, led to work with Jazz greats such as Lee Konitz, Buddy Rich, Coleman Hawkins and Billie Holliday. He returned to the UK in the mid 60’s where he established himself as a performer and teacher of great distinction, adding a record label (Wave) to his achievements and then, in the mid 80’s, opening the internationally renowned “Bass Clef” Jazz Club in London, which he ran for more than 10 years. Peter is also an established author with several published books to his name. Now in his 80’s Peter is still playing as brilliantly as ever and is with great pleasure we welcome this iconic figure to the Festival with a gig which he promises will have “a little of everything, music, prose, poetry…and a bit of Oud!”.

“..full of wit and vigour… Ind's solos exploit his ever-resourceful technique and resonant tone” Evening Standard.

3:00pm CHRISTINE TOBIN “SAILING TO BYZANTIUM”. One of the foremost UK Jazz singers for more than 20 years, Award winning vocalist Christine Tobin just gets better and better. With 9 cds, numerous gigs and a number of high profile interviews to her name she is without question one of the leading lights of the European Jazz scene, a fact emphasised by her BBC Jazz Award for “Best Vocalist”. Christine is acknowledged both here and on the international scene as one of the finest interpreters of jazz and contemporary writers, as AllAboutJazz’s Bruce Lindsey wrote “Tobin is both a masterful songwriter and a skilful interpreter of other writers' work”. Her "24 carat voice" and captivating arrangements are spellbinding, ploughing the depths and expressing the poetry of lyrics with unalloyed soulfulness. With “Sailing to Byzantium” Christine adds music to the poems of Ireland's much-loved writer William Butler Yeats, showing one of the finest examples of a musical adaptation of the poetic medium. The Album which heavily influences the live performance received “CD of the year” from theartsdesk.com and “4/5 stars” from The Guardian. Also appearing with Christine this afternoon will be Liam Noble–piano, Phil Robson–guitar, Kate Shortt–cello and Dave Whitford-double bass.

“One of the country’s finest musicians” Time Out “..peerless” Jazzwise

 

£10


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