#606 Live Stream: Julian Stringle feat. Jacqui Hicks
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JULIAN STRINGLE FEAT. JACQUI HICKS - SATURDAY 27 MARCH 2021
Time: 8:00 - 9:15pm
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JULIAN STRINGLE FEAT. JACQUI HICKS Julian Marc Stringle has established himself as one of the most versatile clarinet and sax players around. His award-winning clarinet playing in particular is widely recognised as some of the finest in Europe, and with his contemporary approach he has demonstrated that this most traditional of instruments can be successfully deployed in a modern context. Widely respected on the UK scene he includes work with the likes of John Dankworth & Cleo Laine, Peanuts Hucko, Wild Bill Davidson, Jim Mullen and Digby Fairweather. As well as performing Julian has also written over 30 TV jingles and documentary film scores and was taken to Paris to arrange and conduct a Big Band album for Charles Aznavour. The band itself features the wonderful sophisticated guitar of Dominic Ashworth and the dynamic line up is augmented by one of the country’s finest singers, Jacqui Hicks. Performing a combination of excellent funky original material as well as classic Jazz standards this is without question a classy gig.
“Julian Marc Stringle is the best Clarinet player to emerge in British Jazz in several decades” John Dankworth CBE; "Jacqui Hicks is…one of the most soulful singers in Britain” MU Magazine
Added on 11th February, 2021