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Jazz First Tuesday: Paul Cavaciuti, Dave Jones, Roland Perrin Trio

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Time: 1.15pm - 2.00pm
Venue: Rose Theatre, 24-26 High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 1HL
Price: free

Jazz First Tuesday: Paul Cavaciuti, Dave Jones, Roland Perrin Trio

This well-known and much loved series of free lunchtime jazz concerts is sponsored by Kingston University and showcases a mixture of perennial favourites and emerging artists.

Paul Cavaciuti, Roland Perrin and Dave Jones are all bandleaders and composers in their own right, with decades of musical experience between them. The trio will be playing a mixture of standards and original compositions. The repertoire ranges across multiple genres, from Jazz to Latin, World Music and even Classical. Expect a concert full of colour and variety, performed with dazzling virtuosity and compelling originality

Paul Cavaciuti is an internationally renowned performer, composer, educator and music therapist. His performance career has encompassed a wide variety artists and musical styles. His credits include work with; Jim Mullen, Donovan, The David Gordon Trio, Tina May, Jacqui Dankworth, Sarah Moule, Steven Blier and The New York Festival of Song. Paul's work as a composer has been featured on BBC television, Jazz FM, on the last three albums by the David Gordon Trio and now on his own CD, Francisco's Rhumba by the Paul Cavaciuti Quartet.

Dave's bass playing in recent years has included Ronnie Scott's Soul and Jazz Orchestra, Pete Cater Big Band, Way Out West Jazz Collective, Meredith White Trio and Stefanous Tsourelis Trio. He has played alongside drummers Steve Gadd and Keith Carlock and he is very active within jazz education teaching regularly at Richmond Jazz School, International Summer Schools and Kingston University.

Born in New York City, Roland has made a career as a pianist, composer and music educator, specialising in Jazz, Latin and African music and where those traditions intersect. In addition to writing for and performing in jazz and world music groups Roland has received major commissions as a composer. Most recently 'Rio Amazonas' a jazz choral symphony for choir and orchestra premiered at 2017 London Jazz Festival.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Val Marshall
Email: v.c.marshall@kingston.ac.uk

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