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Julian Costello

Julian Costello is a London-based saxophonist, composer and teacher. He studied at Trinity College of Music and writes the music for the Julian Costello Quartet. He plays in a number of Jazz Big Bands, in a Vocal/Cello and Guitar trio and in a World Music trio called Vertigo with Tabla/Percussion, Oud/Guitar and Soprano Saxophone. Transitions, the last album by the Julian Costello Quartet was released on 33 Jazz Records. It was recorded at Artesuono Studios in Italy and mixed and mastered by ECM engineer Stefano Amerio. The Quartet is due to release a new album called Connections on 33Jazz Records on Friday 6th March 2020. This new quirky quartet has completed two tours of the UK with support from The Arts Council of England and concerts in France, Germany, Poland and belgium

Album

Connections: without borders

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2020
Track listing: Everyone Has A Story; Sunflowers; Connections; Nord Vind; Rainforest; Endless Train; Splashing In Puddles; Bridges; Rivers And Rapids.

Album

Transitions

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2017
Track listing: Waves; Ducks; Corners; A Manic Episode; Tongue In Cheek; Patience; Earworm; Buraki I Ziemniaki; Mirage (Intro); Mirage; Panettone; Walking Through The Jungle; Corners Reprise.

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Article: Album Review

Julian Costello: Transitions

Read "Transitions" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Saxophonist Julian Costello has been around the UK jazz scene for a while, but for some years he decided to give up the world of the gigging musician and take up a teaching career. In recent years he's been gigging again and he now leads his quartet on Transitions, a collection of his original compositions recorded ...


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