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Ivo Neame Quartet

Tuesday 29th March 2022 - 8:00 pm

Music Charge: £14.00

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““…the impeccable craftsmanship, the subtle narrative ebb and flow, and the sheer inventiveness of the music are all Neame's””

The Arts Desk

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Ivo Neame is one of an elite handful of conservatory-educated British jazz musician/composers who are redefining the sound of British jazz. Previously a featured member of the 2011 MOBO-Award winners Kairos 4tet, as well as Phronesis (whose 2010 album “Alive” was recognized by both Jazzwise and MOJO magazines as “Album of the Year”), Ivo is a multi-instrumentalist possessing an enviable technical facility on both saxophone and piano as well as a distinctive style, characterized by a rhythmic complexity that is pensively meandering one moment and dazzling with exhilarating bursts of speed the next. As a composer, to quote the Guardian, he has a ‘knack for spry and surprising postbop writing’ and building upon that reputation, his latest album “Glimpses of Truth” was nominated for a 2021 Ivors Award for jazz composition, receiving glowing reviews. For this 606 show, Ivo will be joined by three of the most highly-regarded musicians on the UK jazz scene: George Crowley-tenor sax, Tom Farmer-bass & James Maddren-drums, along with special guest, jazz accordionist Charles Kieny from Paris. Music of the finest quality.

“…the impeccable craftsmanship, the subtle narrative ebb and flow, and the sheer inventiveness of the music are all Neame's” The Arts Desk; "Neame...shaping the future of British Jazz" Irish Times; "An inventive and...able pianist [Neame's] ideas....poured out in a confident stream of power and conviction" Evening Standard; "Formidable Phronesis pianist Ivo Neame unleashes a tour de force of lockdown woodshedding creativity with ‘Glimpses of Truth’” The Guardian

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