Daytime Jazz with Renowned Jazz Clarinettist Adrian Cox – Tues 28 Jan
Tickets £10 online. £12 OTD. Doors 12.30pm. Concert 1pm.
We cannot believe we have the honour of hosting the amazing Adrian Cox and his band, who after great reviews from his Barbican and Royal Albert Hall concerts, and sharing his tour ‘Now is Spring’ with us after launching it at Pizza Express in London, we offer this exclusive concert at CICCIC as part of our Night to Day Programme.
World-renowned jazz clarinettist Adrian Cox and his quartet present music from their brand new album “Now Is Spring”.
The music on this album tour is written by Adrian and longtime collaborator, pianist Joe Webb.
So, what to expect from this concert?
Now Is Spring draws on Cox’s influences of New Orleans, blues and swing music. The tunes are written with the soul and passion of those beyond their years, and they have created a timeless set of beautiful melodies.
As a band they play as one, seamlessly creating an often orchestral voice. Their sound has become unmistakable and is one which we hope you will capture first hand.
Over the past 2 years, the band have toured extensively presenting their tribute to jazz clarinet legend Edmond Hall, with shows all across Europe and at Dizzy’s Club (New York). Their accompanying album “Profoundly Blue” is currently nominated in the Parliamentary Jazz Awards 2019 (Best Jazz Album).
Adrian continues to be one of the most in-demand musicians on the scene today and has played and recorded with many of the best including Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Guy Barker, Paloma Faith and the late Dr John to name a few.
Adrian Cox (clarinet/vocal)
Joe Webb (piano)
Simon Read (double bass)
Gethin Jones (drums)
Being praised by Time Out as ‘London’s most charismatic reeds man’ – Cox is a warm and welcoming front man. Now taking more time to write and perform original music, 2020 will see the release of a new album of original music and a tour for Adrian Cox to finally present ‘Adrian Cox.’
“If you were to describe Cox’s playing in one word you might use ‘hot’” – Ricky Riccardi, Director of Research Collections for the Louis Armstrong House Museum, New York.
About Our ‘Night to Day Programme’
This event is part of CICCIC’s new innovative Night to Day Programme, where you can enjoy events that would normally be on at night but during the day.
This is to ensure that active senior citizens or those with a day off from work can enjoy arts and culture without the hassle of night time issues such as transport or simply prefer not to go out at night.
During 2020 you can find even more great day time events such as live music, film, dance and many more. So be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to stay informed.
- Adrian Cox JazzJanuary 28, 202012:30 pm - 4:00 pm