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LAURA JURD – BRASS PARTY BAND – THE BIG FRIENDLY ALBUM

LAURA JURD - THE BIG FRIENDLY ALBUM Friday 30 September | 7:45pm Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no interval Tickets £22 / £11 (under 25) Laura Jurd, cornet/piano | Martin Lee Thomson, euphonium | Danielle Price, tuba | Alex Haines, guitar | Ruth Goller, bass | Corrie Dick, drums

  • 30th September 2022 - 30th September 2022
  • 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm

 

Friday 30 September | 7:45pm

Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no intervalTickets £22 / £11 (under 25)

Laura Jurd, cornet/piano | Martin Lee Thomson, euphonium | Danielle Price, tuba |  Alex Haines, guitar | Ruth Goller, bass |
Corrie Dick, drums
‘Simply stupendous … a glorious, shifting collage of sound’
 – BBC Music Magazine
We are delighted to welcome Laura Jurd to the Granary with her new brass-fuelled Big Friendly party band. This acclaimed trumpet player and composer breathes new life into Celtic folk traditions with a sprinkling of the blues and alt-rock alongside her band of world-class instrumentalists. Find big friendly tunes and grooves-a-plenty as Laura Jurd celebrates the release of her fourth album as a leader.
Composer-performer Laura Jurd’s distinct voice as an improvising trumpet player is at the heart of everything she creates. Her music celebrates and innovates the rich traditions of jazz and folk music, whilst often reflecting her love of The Beatles and Stravinsky to name two notable influences. As a composer she has collaborated with the London Sinfonietta, the Festival of New Trumpet Music, National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and the Ligeti Quartet. She regularly performs throughout the UK, Europe and beyond with her Mercury-nominated band Dinosaur and can also be heard playing alongside London jazz band Kansas Smitty’s. Recent collaborators include drummer Seb Rochford, pianist Huw Warren and accordionist / sound-artist Martin Green.

 

Composer Jurd with her band of co-virtuosos have now pulled-off what might be considered a masterpiece’

– All About Jazz

This concert is presented in association with Cambridge Modern Jazz

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