JAZZ LOUNGE PRESENTS: BLUE NOTE AT THE BAKERY
An opportunity to hear some of the South West's foremost jazz musicians perform material from the famous "BLUE NOTE" record label, including classics by the likes of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock & The Jazz Messengers.
Join us for another incredible evening, with The Simon Latarche Quartet. and special guests Mike Rowlands (on Alto Sax) and Robin Pengilley (on Trumpet).
Show: 8PM - 10:30PM
Bar open till: 11PM
Audience 16+ (ID Required) or under 16’s welcome with an accompanying adult.
Seating: This is a mostly seated event, in rows or at small tables. There will also be some standing room at the back. These events are very popular so please do book early to avoid disappointment.
Parking: No event parking on site or on Malpas Road. Please use Garras Wharf Car Park and walk round (TR1 2TN, free after 4PM)
FOOD: The Old Bakery Cafe will be once again serving their signature Jazz Platters. A selection of Cornish cheeses, oat cakes, fruit and some cold meats for the meat platter. Vegetarian £6 for one £11 for two, Meat £7 for one £12 for two. Please indicate by selecting the 'free food tickets' when you purchase your tickets. This gives the cafe an indication of numbers and you can then pay on the night.
THE SIMON LATARCHE QUARTET:
The Simon Latarche Quartet delighted a capacity audience at the Lost Gardens of Heligan concerts last January and have since hosted two highly acclaimed Jazz Lounge events at Old Bakery Studios (the 2nd of which was sold out). Simon and his house band have also run a number of successful Jazz Jam's at the Bakery, pulling large audiences and top-notch musicians from Cornwall and beyond.
"Mixing excellent originals by pianist Simon Latache and saxophonist/flautist Sarah McDonagh with a few well known standards - the quartet demonstrated their remarkable individual skills with a rock solid unity of purpose. Percussionist Keith Marshall and bassist Sam Norman, a formidable rhythm section, also shone on some inventive solos. The SLQ is certainly at the forefront of contemporary jazz ensembles in Cornwall, offering a special evening of accessible and rewarding jazz.... Latarche's compositions are a near perfect combination of lyricism and improvisation and the ensemble provides finely knit support to Latarche's considerable talents as a pianist."
Karl Ackermann, AllAboutJazz.com
Cornish Preludes is available at www.simonlatarche.co.uk and also on iTunes.
To read a full review of their latest album visit http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=44080