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BBC Concert Orchestra at the 2014 London Jazz Festival

The BBC CO at the 2014 EFG London Jazz Festival, with singer Norma Winstone and the Trish Clowes Quintet. Music by Clowes, Guy Barker, Jimmie Rowles, John Taylor and Steve Swallow.

Live from the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch.

The BBC Concert Orchestra at the London Jazz Festival with Norma Winstone and two new commissions from Guy Barker and BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Trish Clowes.

Trish Clowes Quintet

Clowes Balloon

Guy Barker A Soho Symphony (BBC commission world premiere)

INTERVAL

Jimmie Rowles / Lyrics N Winstone A Timeless Place
arr Guy Barker

John Taylor / Lyrics N Winstone Enjoy This Day
arr. Trish Clowes

Steve Swallow / Lyrics N Winstone Ladies in Mercedes
arr Guy Barker

Clowes "The Fox, the Parakeet and the Chestnut"

Norma Winstone (singer)
BBC Concert Orchestra
conductors Guy Barker and Clark Rundell
Trish Clowes Quintet: Trish Clowes - tenor sax, Gwilym Simcock - piano,
Mike Walker - guitar, Callum Gourlay - bass, James Maddren - drums

The BBC Concert Orchestra and conductor Clark Rundell appear at the EFG London Jazz Festival with two new BBC commissions. The BBC CO's Associate Composer Guy Barker has used a scenario by Robert Ryan to paint a portrait in music of London's Soho, and BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Trish Clowes appears with her own quintet with tracks from her new album and 'The Fox, the Parakeet and the Chestnut', also written specially for this concert. There is also a guest appearance from jazz legend Norma Winstone.

2 hours, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Guy Barker

    The Soho Symphony

  • Trish Clowes

    Balloon

  • Trish Clowes

    The Fox The Parakeet and The Chestnut

  • Taylor/Winstone Arr Barker

    Enjoy This Day

Credit

Role Contributor
Performer BBC Concert Orchestra

Broadcast

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