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Press Release Award Winning Jazz Star, Amy Roberts returns to the Arc

The ARC, St John's Arts Centre,

St John's Walk, Market St, Old Harlow,

CM17 0AJ

Adm: £10

Contact: John Petters: 01406 365 731 WWW.traditional-jazz.com

 

 

Press Release – Top International Clarinet star returns to the Arc, Old Harlow

Thursday 26th October @ 8pm

The ARC, St John’s Arts Centre, St John’s Walk, Market St Old Harlow, CM17 0AJ

Adm: £10 – Details 01406 365 731

 

David Horniblow is one of London’s most in demand jazz clarinettists.  He has played at many top venues and festivals throughout the UK, Europe and beyond with some of Britain’s best loved jazz names.  He is one of very few people to have performed in the bands of all three of the legendary 3B’s of British Jazz: Chris Barber, Kenny Ball, and Acker Bilk.  He has also played and recorded with household names like Jools Holland and Jamie Cullum

 

He can currently be seen on TV as a member of the house band of Colliano’s Club in the period drama Mr Selfridge and fronting his own highly successful band,the Dime Notes.

David specialises in interpreting the pioneer New Orleans clarinet players, including Johnny Dodds, Barney Bigard and Omer Simeon.

 

Multi-instrumentalist and entertainer, Colin Bray returns, this time on piano. A favourite amongst regular visitors to the Arc, Colin provides a unique and eccentric approach to his playing, which has been so much a part of the UK jazz scene for many years.

 

Harlow bass ace, Keith Donald and ex Harlow drummin’ man, John Petters complete the exciting opening night of the new jazz season.

 

The session starts at 8pm and admission is £10. Details from John Petters on 01406 365 731

 

tjpost@ traditional-jazz.com

Jpeg photo / interview available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ticket info - call 800-555-1212

The Arc -St John's, Harlow


St John's Arts Centre
St John's Walk
Market Street
Old Harlow
Essex
CM17 0AJ

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Thursday 28th September:  Amy Roberts, Jim Doughlas, Keith Donald & John Petters

 

 

St John's Arts Centre