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Gerard Presencer & Danish Radio Big Band: Groove Travels

Read "Groove Travels" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Something of a child prodigy Gerard Presencer became a member of Britain's acclaimed National Youth Jazz Orchestra in 1983 at a mere eleven years of age and NYJO's youngest trumpeter. Along with other young talented UK musicians such as Courtney Pine and Tommy Smith, Presencer was part of a new wave of British jazz. He's played in bands led by Stan Tracey and Charlie Watts but perhaps his most well-known role occurred at age 18 when US3 commissioned him to ...