Jazz in the Bar - Nigel Price Trio

Mon 01 October 2018

At Pomegranate Theatre

TICKETS ON SALE SOON.

The Nigel Price Organ Trio, winner of the 2010 Parliamentary Jazz Awards for ‘best jazz ensemble’ is led by one of Britain’s finest guitarists.

Nigel Price is a regular performer at Ronnie Scott’s where he has racked up over 500 performances, spent three years with the James Taylor Quartet, has performed with the BBC Big Band, Carleen Anderson and the legendary David Axelrod.
His blend of flowing, fiery bebop lines, deep blues feeling and the will to swing hard has made him a big hit with jazz fans.

The alliance with Steve Brown on drums and Ross Stanley on Hammond organ makes this is one of the most exciting jazz bands in the UK today.

Formed in 2002, the trio has worked hard, playing hundreds of venues both in the UK and abroad, including ten residencies at Ronnie Scott’s club in London and five extensive UK tours. The by-products of this amount of work are a cohesive chemistry rarely seen between three musicians, an enormous repertoire and the ability to put on a well-thought-out gig that entertains from start to finish.

They will be joined by UK sax virtuoso Vasilis Xenopoulos, one of London's up top jazz saxophonists. Orginally from Athens but now resident in London, he has worked with many of the best musicians in the British jazz scene, such as Jim Mullen, Steve Waterman, Alan Barnes, Derek Nash, Bruce Adams, Martin Shaw, Nigel Price, Ray Gelato and many others. On an international level, he has appeared with top performers such as sensational pianists Hiromi, and Jason Lindner.

“There’s an exhilarating tight-loose swing and old-school honestly about
Price’s brand of soul-bop that leaves you panting” – Mojo 

“The real thing” – London Jazz News

“Brilliant” – The Evening Standard

 

Ticket Information

£10.20, Concession £8.20

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