Posted on 1st Jun 2018 by Angela Davies
We welcome the Julian Marc Stringle Quartet to the Archive to play the music made famous by Benny Goodman, Buddy de Franco and Artie Shaw.
Julian's quartet for this National Jazz Archive fundraiser features Canadian guitar virtuoso Dominic Ashworth, long-time musical associate Andy Cleyndert on bass, and drummer Rod Brown.
Julian Marc Stringle plays clarinet, alto and tenor saxes and sings, but the clarinet is his passion. He is recognised as Europe's most stylish performer on the instrument and has won several British Jazz awards, with his highly melodic music, unique sound and phenomenal technique. He plays in and leads a wide range of groups, playing swing, modern, Latin, jazz-funk and more.
Award-winning Canadian guitar virtuoso Dominic Ashworth is an active freelance player. He regularly plays alongside Julian both as a duo and in Julian’s Dream Band. He teaches guitar at Trinity Laban Conservatoire.
On bass is Julian’s long-time musical associate Andrew Cleyndert, well-known to jazz audiences for the past 30 years. He has played and toured with the cream of UK and international musicians.
In the drum chair is fine Kent-based drummer Rod Brown, drummer of choice for many top vocalists.
The concert is the second of a series of events throughout 2018 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Archive.
Saturday 23 June 2018
2.30pm (doors at 1.30pm)
Loughton Methodist Church, 260 High Road, Loughton, Essex IG10 1RB
Booking: 020 8502 4701 or online.