Mon, 10 Sept|
The Whiskey Jar
Deep Tide Quartet at The Whiskey Jar
Open ended jazz playing with no stylistic limits – written scores, graphic scores, improvisation – improvisation which is inclusive of melody and structure
Time & Location
10 Sept 2018, 20:00 – 23:00
The Whiskey Jar, 14 Tariff St, Manchester M1 2FF, UK
About The Event
Martin Archer – saxophones
Kim Macari – trumpet
Laura Cole – piano
Walt Shaw – percussion and live electronics
Open ended jazz playing with no stylistic limits – written scores, graphic scores, improvisation – improvisation which is inclusive of melody and structure – whatever we feel like playing – plenty of space for the music to develop its direction – concentrated and careful listening – ultimately rooted in, and building on the tradition of, pure jazz skill no matter where the music takes us.
“Contemporary composition/improv does not get much better than this.” Nick Lea, Jazz Views
Martin Archer is a composer / improviser who is equally at home on stage or in the studio, and whose distinctive saxophone playing is rooted in AACM jazz. “Archer’s aesthetic is an intriguing and transformative one—whatever enters his world comes out changed, if not utterly, then beautifully.” – Duncan Heining, All About Jazz
Kim Macari is a musician and composer immersed in the jazz and improvised music scene. Whether as a performer, teacher or a producer, her passion lies in the strength of improvised music as a means of expression and a form of empowerment and freedom. “Macari plays fearlessly” – Bebop Spoken Here
Laura Cole is a pianist and composer, working in the fields of both improvised music and contemporary jazz. Cole leads and writes for her own octet, Metamorphic, and is involved in various different projects and collaborations across the UK music scene.
“Laura Cole has one of the most distinctive compositional voices around.” – Peter Quinn, Jazzwise
Walt Shaw says – I’m an abstract painter and percussionist and in my head they are one and the same process.
“Walt relishes being in the deep end of spontaneity, chance and the unknown.” – Professor Simon Piasecki, Head of Dance, Drama and Performance at Hope University, Liverpool
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