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Arun Ghosh (Part of the London Jazz Festival)

Thursday 17th November 2011 6pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Ray's Jazz Event, Free Event

Charismatic clarinettist Arun Ghosh has been taking the live scene by storm with his vibrant fusion of Indian Arun Ghosh album coverthemes and club culture grooves, all spiked with heat-of-the-moment improvisation. Updating the rich lineage of the Indo-jazz sound with 21st-century attitude and energy, Ghosh and his exciting live band perform hypnotic music from his latest album, Primal Odyssey. Arun Ghosh is playing multiple gigs across the city as part of Festival on the Move, a strand of the London Jazz Festival, exploring the breadth and depth of the capital.

Line Up ::
Arun Ghosh :: Clarinet
Wayne Francis II :: Tenor saxophone
Chris Williams :: Alto saxophone
Liran Donin :: Double bass
Rastko Rasic :: Drums

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Venue: The Café at Foyles

Tickets: Free, no need to book

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