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Tomorrow's Warriors & Denys Baptiste present The Late Trane: A Jazz Salon special

Friday 18th November 2016 6pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Music Event

For this month’s edition of the Jazz Salon we are joined by special guest Denys Baptise. Kevin Le Gendre and a very special Jazz Salon House band will revisit the Baptises’ arrangement of John Coltrane’s compositions from 1963-67.
 

‘John Coltrane continues to be one of my most important influences and his late period has always intrigued me and inspired my work over many years. I feel that to truly understand this music ‘you really need to play it’ and my new amazing group are up for the challenge of introducing this music to a whole new audience. Join us on ‘The Late Trane' for a truly inspirational musical journey.’ -  Denys Baptiste


Venue: The Auditorium, Level 6

Tickets: £5. To reserve, simply add the required number of tickets to the basket below.

 

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

Explore more London Jazz Festival events taking place at Foyles:


Monday, 14th November - Phil Meadows Project - EFG London Jazz Festival Event

Tuesday, 15th November - Ezra Collective - EFG London Jazz Festival

Wednesday, 16th November - Maria Chiara Argiro Group - EFG London Jazz Festival

Thurday, 17th November - Nerija - EFG London Jazz Festival

Friday, 18th November - Tomorrow's Warriors & Denys Baptiste present The Late Trane: A Jazz Salon special

 


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