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Geoff Eales (piano) and Andy Findon (flute) - Bach, Blues and Brubeck

When
Thursday September 20, 2018 at 20:00
Where
1901 Arts Club, London
Tickets
£18.50 (including a complimentary welcome drink)
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  1. Night Train - Jimmy Forrest
  2. Misty - Erroll Garner
  3. Partita in A minor for solo flute BWV 1013 - Johann Sebastian Bach
  4. Eternal Dance - Geoff Eales
  5. In the Pocket - Geoff Eales
  6. Hold me one more time - Geoff Eales
  7. With Brubeck from 'Jazz Sebastian Bach' - Uri Brener
  8. Some other time, from On the Town - Leonard Bernstein
  9. Farewell Patagonia - Geoff Eales
  10. Dance of the Dervishes - Geoff Eales
  11. In the eyes of a Child - Geoff Eales
  12. The 11th Commandment - Geoff Eales
  13. Song for my Mother - Geoff Eales
  14. Syrinx for solo flute L 129 - Claude Debussy
  15. The Piano - Michael Nyman
    • Big my secret
    • The heart asks pleasure first
  16. The heart asks pleasure first, from The Piano - Michael Nyman
  17. When the boat comes in - Traditional Northumbrian, arranged by Mark Findon
  18. Spirit flying - Geoff Eales
  19. Remembrance - Geoff Eales
  20. Force 11 - Geoff Eales

We invite you to celebrate the beginning of the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness with an eclectic programme of music from two master musicians at the very top of their game.

The concert will feature many of Geoff Eales's genre-busting compositions, two world-premieres, as well as music by Bach, Debussy, Michael Nyman and others.

The inspirational Welsh pianist, composer and improviser Geoff Eales has enjoyed an incredibly varied career in music. At Cardiff University he studied composition under Professor Alun Hoddinott and piano with Martin Jones. He was awarded a PhD for his large-scale work An American Symphony and his setting of Dylan Thomas' poem In the beginning for tenor, horn and piano. He has also written a piano concerto, string quartet, brass quintet and A Sussex Rhapsody, the latter commissioned by the BBC.

As well as his love of classical music, Geoff is passionate about jazz and has 13 highly acclaimed jazz albums to his name. He has performed at many of the world's leading concert halls, festivals and jazz clubs including the Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall and London's Ronnie Scott's Club, the Blue Note Clubs of Japan, New York's Birdland, The Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles and festivals in Belgrade, Zagreb, Edinburgh, Cork and Brecon.

Andy Findon is Europe's most recorded flautist and is one of the world's leading exponents of the ethnic flute. He studied at The Royal College of Music and is an ex-principal flautist of The National Youth Orchestra. He is the longest serving member of The Michael Nyman Band where he has been playing baritone saxophone and flutes for the last 37 years. He is also a member of the folk/rock band The Home Service, the medieval prog-rock band Gryphon and plays regularly with the major London symphony orchestras. He often collaborates with Geoff Eales, their celebrated album, "The Dancing Flute", substantially adding to the repertoire of the flute and piano pantheon.

Andy is a Pearl Flutes International Artist and the proud owner of the platinum flute built for Geoffrey Gilbert in 1950 by Charles Morley.


Venue
1901 Arts Club
7 Exton Street
London
London
SE1 8UE
England
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