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Old 09.21.2006, 10:41 AM   #1
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17-Nov-06 - The Front Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall - evening
Lol Coxhill

Lol Coxhill is a complete one-off - his "unmistakeable soprano saxophone has consistently tapped into the sound of suprise with good humour and an admirable lack of pretension" BBC Jazz Review One of the eccentric treasures of European impro.


17-Nov-06 - The Front Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall - late
Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog

Seriously loud, genre-defying free jazz, heavy punk, post-electronica spanning the extremes of musical expression from the South Bank’s London jazz Festival artist in residence. "Marc Ribot's new power trio, filled out by the remarkable versatile rhythm team of bassist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Ches Smith, is his rawest band in ages." Time Out.


18-Nov-06 - The Front Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall - late
Marc Ribot + guests

The culmination of workshops held throughout the London Jazz Festival, bringing Marc Ribot together with members of the London Sinfonietta, his Ceramic Dog trio and a group of young musicians. The group presents an exploration of the territory that exists between the differing musical languages of the classically-trained and the improvisational musician.
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