“Ode to Horace” played by Graham Harvey Quartet

Monday 22nd April 2019
Date: Monday 22nd April Ticket Prices: £10.00 - £10.00 Book Your Tickets
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Date:

Monday 22nd April 2019

Doors open time

First House
23:00

Ticket Prices:

£10.00 - £10.00

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Line-up:

Graham Harvey – Piano

Dave O’Higgins – Saxophone

Jeremy Brown – Bass

Mark Taylor – Drums

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Pianist Graham Harvey studied jazz piano for five years in the eighties at the University of Denver. Returning to the UK in the nineties he spent 11 years as musical director for jazz funk band Incognito. For the past eight years he has been the pianist for Grammy nominated singer Stacey Kent and his trio has been in existence for two decades. Horace Silver was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, particularly in the hard bop style that he helped pioneer in the 1950s. As a player, Silver transitioned from bebop to hard bop by stressing melody rather than complex harmony, and combined clean and often humorous right-hand lines with darker notes and chords in a near-perpetual left-hand rumble. His compositions similarly emphasized catchy melodies, but often also contained dissonant harmonies. Many of his varied repertoire of songs, including "Doodlin”, "Peace", and "Sister Sadie", became jazz standards that are still widely played. His considerable legacy encompasses his influence on other pianists and composers, and the development of young jazz talents who appeared in his bands over the course of four decades. Tonight’s quartet, led by pianist Graham Harvey, will navigate a selection of Silver’s finest works spanning the golden years of modern jazz.

 

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