ACOUSTIC TRIANGLE 2005 TOUR
ST. LUKE'S, SEVENOAKS, KENT
A Sevenoaks Festival event.
Sevenoaks is very pleased to welcome Acoustic Triangle, and the welcome is threefold:-
Firstly, The Sevenoaks Summer Festival, now in its 36th year, is very proud to be included in the Acoustic Triangle Tour. Previous Jazz Festival highlights have included Stan Tracey's Under Milk Wood, Kenny Wheeler & Norma Winstone with The Guildhall Big Band, and gypsy guitarist Angelo Debarre. In the 2005 Festival the other jazz artists are Snake Davis, Bobby Lamb with The Trinity Big Band, and Karen Lane with Paul Malsom. The Sevenoaks Festival has a clear community thread, so the fact that Tim Garland comes from Kent is a bonus.
The full Festival programme is at www.sevenoaksfestival.org.uk
Secondly, St Luke's Church is very pleased to welcome Acoustic Triangle. St Luke's has a strong musical tradition. The vicar, Robert Chavner, trained as a singer at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama (where Malcolm Creese studied cello), and worked as an opera singer before taking holy orders. Every Wednesday there is a lunchtime music concert in the church, and on 22nd June the vicar himself will be singing. In addition, St. Luke's has been a venue for many jazz concerts, featuring Tony Coe and Sheila Jordan, amongst others. During the 2005 Festival, St. Luke's will be the venue for the American blues artist Toby Walker and the 2005 'Rising Stars' who are chosen from the international students currently at The Guildhall.
The St Luke's website is www.stlukes-sevenoaks.org.uk
Thirdly, The Listening Room is very pleased to welcome Acoustic Triangle. The Listening Room is a jazz club and agency based in Sevenoaks. The Club has been host to many great artists, for example: Liane Carroll, Jacqueline Dankworth, Ian Shaw, Trudy Kerr, Fapy Lafertin, Bobby Wellins, Dick Pearce and Kirk Lightsey. It is the fourth time that The Listening Room has welcomed Malcolm Creese. Malcolm has been before with John Etheridge, with the Turkish guitarist Onder Focan, and to make a recording in St Luke's Church with the New York Gospel singer L.D. Frazier. This recording can be found at www.jazzcds.co.uk As an agency, The Listening Room represents L.D. Frazier in the UK, the acoustic guitarist Paul Malsom and the 'Toots-style' harmonica player Julian Jackson.
More info at the live hire pages of www.listeningroom.co.uk
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