Wednesday 15th January 2020 - 8:30 pm
Music Charge: £12.00
“Everything Clowes does has an invigorating purposefulness”
Described as “one of the most agile and original jugglers of improv and adventurous composition to have appeared in the UK in recent times” multi-award winning saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes has developed into one of the most exciting artists on the jazz scene today. A Peter Whittingham Development Award winner and a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist, Trish was nominated for a British Composer Award (BASCA) in 2013, going on to win it in 2015 for her BBC commission “The Fox and the Chestnut”. Her current quartet, My Iris, is widely recognized as in the vanguard of British jazz, and Trish’s last two albums, the eponymous “My Iris” and their latest “Ninety Degrees Gravity” have been rapturously received, establishing her as an artist of considerable stature. Tonight she will be appearing with her fabulous band of Ross Stanley-piano, Tom Farmer-bass and Tim Giles-drums performing a repertoire that she only ever plays here at the Club. As she says “The 606 Club is totally unique in London and gives me a rare and cherished opportunity to play some much loved standards with some good friends.” So do come down to hear one of the UK’s most original sax players in a setting unique to the 606 Club.
“Clowes…a young woman brimming with the surprise and ever-inventive singularity of her magic” Morning Star, “Everything Clowes does has an invigorating purposefulness” The Telegraph; “…we are once again awed by a musician whose composition and improvisation bristles with uncommon genius” JazzDaGama