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Lyth Arts Centre Double Bill - JAZZ EXTEMPORE plus EVERY BRILLIANT THING

15th August 2015

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JAZZ EXTEMPORE
8.00pm - 26 September 2015
Lyth Arts Centre
Length: 1 hour
Interval: buffet supper
Age suitability : 14+

JAZZ EXTEMPOREJAZZ EXTEMPORE
An ongoing intercultural project which explores ways that traditional music heritage can enrich new musical composition. It was founded by guitarist Elvis Stanic (Croatia) and Andrea Vicari (London) who will spend a week at Lyth working with bass-player Mario Caribe (Brazil), reed-player Fraser Fifield and drummer Alyn Cosker (both Scotland). The week-long residency at Lyth includes a midweek workshop and a set during the Saturday night double bill at 9.15pm

EVERY BRILLIANT THING
7.30pm
Lyth Arts Centre
Length: 1 hour
Interval: buffet
Age suitability : 14+

Part of a double bill - An evening of Words, Food and Music.
On the same evening see - Every Brilliant Thing at 7.30pm
Options
Play £14
Concert £14
Play or concert with Buffet £20
Both plays with buffet £25
Student option - either play £5.

Why not make an evening of it all?

Buffet option between the two events.

Book via Lyth Arts Centre web site.

 

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