Neil Cowley is a jazz pianist who originally trained as a classical pianist, worked with the Brand New Heavies, and has now found his niche as the leader of a jazz piano trio. Their style is very interactive and constantly builds up to musical climaxes reminiscent of minimalism (Steve Reich, Philip Glass et al.) The trio’s latest album The Face of Mount Molehill adds a string section to the trio and broadens the musical range and dynamics of the group. Reaction to an early performance of this music at Cheltenham Jazz festival in 2011 was extremely positive.
PLEASE NOTE: Tickets can no longer be purchased through the THSH Box Office for this event. Tickets will be available from the CBSO Centre prior to the performance (subject to availability). Please call 07790641633 if you have any queries or if you would like to reserve tickets.
£14 – Standard Price.
£12 Over 60, Student and Unwaged
£12 Birmingham Jazz Members by calling the Box Office – 0121 345 0600
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Jazzlines is Town Hall Symphony Hall’s dynamic programme of live jazz performances and education projects across Birmingham, from jazz producers Tony Dudley-Evans and Mary Wakelam, connecting people to jazz music. The programme is supported by the grant made to THSH by Arts Council England...
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