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George Fogel was born in London and through exposure to jazz at an early age, when 16 his quartet won the music for youth competition at the QEH and went on to play at the RAH with a prize for composition. He attended Junior Guildhall School of Music from 14 under the wing of Martin Hathaway and went on to get a scholarship to study there for a B(mus) in 2001. He took a year from the course to study in Berklee College of music under Lazlo Gardony and then returned to GSMD where he graduated in 2006 with a first class honours degree. Throughout this period an omnivorous musical diet led him to work in both traditional jazz environments (regular appearances at venues such as The Vortex, Pizza Express, Ronnie Scotts and 606 to name a few) with members of London’s F-IRE and Loop collectives, and rock/dance clubs Cargo, the Spitz, 333 with Matt Calvert (now Three Trapped Tigers) , as well as the Duke Ellington Festival (US), and Brecon Jazz Festival.In these settings he has worked alongside such well known names as George Garzone, Phil Robson, Soweto Kinch, and Sebastien Rochford. He has since been working with MOBO Award winning ensemble ‘Empirical’, and has his own quartet ‘Dice Factory’ alongside Tom Challenger as well as a five keyboard ensemble with Tom Rogerson (Three Trapped Tigers) and Mercury Nominee Kit Downs. He is also active as an educator, giving workshops at GSMD and RAC, he is currently artist in residance with Empirical at Trinity College of music through 2011. A subsidiary interest in writing music for animation and film lead him to recently embark in an MA in Sound Art practice at LCC.

Dice Factory

Label: Babel Label
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Heyu Nantucket 07:56; 2. Gooch 05:47; 3. Saribund 04:32; 4. You’re Lucky 05:42; 5. Eternal Sleep 06:00; 6. Zout 03:58; 7. Eternal Moment 05:35; 8. Pipes 05:37; 9. T.N.G. 9:01; 10. Saribund (Coda) 00:41.

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Dice Factory: Dice Factory

Read "Dice Factory" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Uno degli aspetti più interessanti del moderno jazz britannico è sicuramente quella sorta di “angolarità" che non ha eguali al mondo e che è forse geneticamente una sorta di marchio di fabbrica. Uno che la porta impressa nell'anima è ad esempio Django Bates al quale questo nuovo quartetto di stanza a Londra deve sicuramente molto. Dice ...

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Dice Factory: Dice Factory

Read "Dice Factory" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

London-based quartet Dice Factory gets its name at least in part from Luke Rhinehart's 1971 novel The Dice Man, a work which seems to have found new fans among the current generation of emerging musicians, writers and artists. Dice Factory contains four such emerging players, each a member of at least one other major UK group--saxophonist ...

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Andre Canniere Group: Forward Space

Read "Forward Space" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Although the United States may still lay claim to be the home of jazz and its largest commercial market, there are still plenty of musicians from that country who choose to leave for pastures new. Trumpeter Andre Canniere is one such: a young player and composer from the US who is now based in London. As ...


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