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Derek Bailey // Three Presences at Cafe Oto

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Simon H. Fell, Mark Wastell, Alex WardDerek Bailey // Three Presences Cafe OtoLondon March 2, 2018 Many people will have done a double-take upon seeing this evening in the Café Oto programme. Over twelve years after the much-loved guitarist Derek Bailey died on Christmas Day 2005, he seemed to be ...

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Kodian Trio: II

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Europe's free jazz scene continues to race forward, to the delight of its small but ardent fan base. The self-described “improvising power unit" Kodian Trio is doing its part to keep things hopping. Featuring Dirk Serries on electric guitar, Andrew Lisle on drums and Colin Webster on alto saxophone, the three-piece recorded its second ...

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Keiji Haino in London with Charles Hayward and John Butcher

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Keiji Haino Copeland Gallery with Charles Hayward July 8, 2016 Cafe Oto with John Butcher July 9, 2016 London, England Keiji Haino, guitarist and founder of Japanese experimental-psychedelic rock band Fushitsusha and reputed experimental musician who has recorded with the likes of Peter Brötzmann, Sabu Toyozumi, and Thurston ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Eddie Prevost, Evan Parker and John Edwards at Cafe Oto

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Eddie Prevost, Evan Parker and John Edwards Cafe Oto London, UK July 28, 2015 “There won't be any tunes." That was the response to the inquiry from a passing tourist as to what to they might expect. A fairly accurate answer you might think given the line up of saxophonist ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

John Butcher: So Far

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Saxophonist John Butcher's career could have taken an academic path. He completed a Ph.D in theoretical physics--Charmed Quarks to be precise--but left the academic world behind shortly thereafter. As a saxophonist, Butcher has played with and collaborated with many musicians. He is not afraid to try completely off the wall musical experimentation.

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Presenter? Upload Your Events to Jazz Near You - A Simple Guide

Presenter? Upload Your Events to Jazz Near You - A Simple Guide

If you present jazz, own a venue, or book jazz, then take advantage of Jazz Near You's convenient (and free) file upload service. File upload allows users to upload multiple events at once, and requires no programming experience. Many of our partners including SFJAZZ Center (San Francisco), Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola and Blue Note New York, Cafe ...

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Matthew Shipp Returns To Cafe Oto In London, UK For A Three Night Residency

Matthew Shipp Returns To Cafe Oto In London, UK For A Three Night Residency

Iconoclastic piano genius Matthew Shipp returns to Cafe Oto for three nights, continuing and expanding collaborations formed in his unforgettable first residency back in 2010, and culminating in an evening of extended solo performance. Steeped in the history of the jazz avant-garde yet with an unmistakeably individual voice, Matthew Shipp has established himself as one of ...

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Jazz FM Awards 2013 Nominees Announced

Jazz FM Awards 2013 Nominees Announced

And the Nominees are... Jamie Cullum, Sonny Rollins and Roller Trio up for the Inaugural Jazz FM Awards 2013 With three months to go until the first Jazz FM Awards Powered by Klipsch, the nominations have been announced today, revealing that 2013 see’s Jamie Cullum up for UK Jazz Artist of the ...

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Mikolaj Trzaska / Paul Dunmall: London, England, October 15, 2012

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Mikolaj Trzaska / Paul DunmallCafe OtoLondonOctober 15, 2012Three for the price of one? How could you resist. London boasts a sizeable Polish population, and it seemed like a large part of them had braved the cool Monday evening to visit Cafe Oto for a visit by Gdansk-born reedman Mikolaj Trzaska. But ...


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