15 49.0138 8.38624 1 0 4000 1 https://www.creativeinnovationcentre.co.uk 300 true 0

Live Music – Trio Anglaise – 15th September 2017

Friday 15th September – Doors open 7:30pm and band starts playing at 8:00pm
Tickets £9 Online – On the door £10
Trio Anglaise is a Reinhardt/Grappelli gypsy swing band, playing one of the most exciting and potent forms of European jazz, emulating the sound of 1930s Paris: with Ali Foyle, violin, Dave Lunniss and Darren Hodge, Guitars. Joined today by special guest Tony Bevir, whose back catalogue includes two benchmark CDs with Fapy Lafertin:  Hungaria and Swing Guitars.

Ali Foyle is a professional violinist previously teaching and performing mostly classical music. She played with the folk band “HOPPING MAD”, before moving into swing jazz in 2012 as a vocalist and violinist with local band, THE NIGHT OWLS. When they disbanded last year, she was delighted to find Dave and Darren and a place with Trio Anglais. She recently appeared at the Upton Jazz Festival and has been to the Netherlands to study with the internationally renowned jazz violinist, Tim Kliphuis. She brings a lyrical and swinging style to the band that sits perfectly with hot club jazz.
Darren Hodge.  After picking up the music of Chet Atkins and Merle Travis, Darren has played up and down the country at many shows and festival including Glastonbury Festival and The London Acoustic Guitar Show, as well as taking part in Sky Arts Guitar Star in 2015. Recently Darren has been playing the music of Django Reinhardt with Trio Anglais and has been considered one of the best young guitarists in the country.
Dave Lunniss has been an integral part of the UK gypsy jazz scene for many years. He became well known as rhythm guitarist with SWING 39 and BOULEVARD DJANGO, for his performances with Matcho Winterstein and Colin Cosimini, as well as festival gigs in Denmark, Ireland and France.

There are no upcoming dates for this event.


Previous Post
Music Quiz – 11th August 2017
Next Post
Live Music – Imprints – Saturday 16th September