Trombonicle 11

The Blowpipes Trombone Trio rounded off March with three sets of jazz, classical, folk music and other genres, including original pieces, for the Scandinavian Street Market in Rotherhithe. We look forward to a tour of Rotherhithean markets in Scandinavia.

There was also the odd Ellingtonian shenanigan with Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra, with a trip abroad scheduled later this month (see below).

Though April was quiet, trombone poetry pipes up twice in May.


Monday May 8, 17:00 – 18:00

trombone poetry

TONGUE AND GROOVE

Live radio show in which The Near Jazz Experience (Mark Bedford, Simon Charterton, Terry Edwards) and their guests talk about the purposes and pitfalls of being a musician and the genre of Spoken Word set to music. Featuring trombone poetry, where words are deliberately not set to music.

Resonance FM

Tongue and Groove Archive


Tuesday May 23

Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra: Swinging At The Cotton Club

PERTH ARTS FESTIVAL


SiloSE8_2017-05-31_LRWednesday May 31, 20:00 – 23:00

trombone poetry + Warren Schoenbright + Mai & Ampersano + DJ Dumb Blonde

THE MONTAGUE ARMS

289 Queen’s Rd
London
SE15 2PA

admission: £3/£5


Monday 5 June 20:30 start

Mick Collins Legacy Jazz Orchestra

HG WELLS CENTRE

St Mark’s Rd
Bromley
BR2 9HG

admission: £6

N.B. Only two more gigs to go at this club, which will be demolished this summer. The band’s 13-year residency is coming to an end, but we will be trying other venues this year, to establish another regular programme.


 

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