Callum Au / Jim Davison Band perform the music of Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer

Callum Au / Jim Davison Band perform the music of Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer

James Davison - Trumpet/Flugel
Callum Au - Valve Trombone
Sam Watts - Piano
Adam King - Bass
Matt Skelton - Drums

This quintet, delightfully named Quintet-a-Tete, is led by two highly regarded young jazz musicians, trumpeter James Davison and trombonist Callum Au. Inspired by the much revered US outfit from the 1960's, the Clark Terry/Bob Brookmeyer Quintet, this new band splits their programme about equally between Terry/Brookmeyer material and compositions by Callum and Jim themselves.

The emphasis is on fun, swinging, music bringing the atmosphere and vibe of 50’s and 60’s jazz to life for the modern day.

Trumpeter James Davison, who recently completed his Masters in Jazz Performance from the Royal Academy of Music, was lead trumpet with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and includes work with the likes of Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Concert Orchestra, the Syd Lawrence Orchestra, Patchwork Jazz Orchestra and Pete Long’s ‘Jazz at the Philharmonic’ band, as well as his own jazz group, the Dixie Strollers.

Callum Au, who is in demand as an arranger as well as for his considerable skills as a trombonist, has built a stellar reputation on both fronts, performing with artists such as Joss Stone, Seth MacFarlane, Liane Carroll, Tim Minchin and Peter Erskine, and writing arrangements for the likes of the BBC Big Band, Jamie Cullum, Clare Teal, and the Swingle Singers as well as his own eponymously named Big Band.

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