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JAZZ IN THE PRESENT TENSE

PRESENTED BY GW JAZZ

Robert Mitchell is one of the most significant voices in British jazz”.

Robert Mitchell is a renowned pianist, keyboard player, composer, teacher and poet. He brings a myriad of experiences in Jazz, Classical and other genres. He has released 12 albums, toured to 40+ countries and has played with a myriad of names including Soweto Kinch, Omar, Courtney Pine, Greg Osby, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Ty, Norma Winstone and has written commissions for the London Sinfonietta and Jazz South amongst others.

He leads the bands TRUE THINK, Epiphany 3 and Panacea alongside performing solo and in duo with Shirley Smart, and Ashley Henry. He is a member of the improv trio The Flame (their debut album released on the NYC label 577 Records). He is a Professor of Jazz Piano at the Guildhall School, teaches at YMM and Mentor at Black Lives In Music.

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16 FEB | 15 MAR | 19 APR
9PM
£8

JAZZ IN PRESENT TENSE

PRESENTED BY GW JAZZ

Robert Mitchell is one of the most significant voices in British jazz”.

Robert Mitchell is a renowned pianist, keyboard player, composer, teacher and poet. He brings a myriad of experiences in Jazz, Classical and other genres. He has released 12 albums, toured to 40+ countries and has played with a myriad of names including Soweto Kinch, Omar, Courtney Pine, Greg Osby, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Ty, Norma Winstone and has written commissions for the London Sinfonietta and Jazz South amongst others.

He leads the bands TRUE THINK, Epiphany 3 and Panacea alongside performing solo and in duo with Shirley Smart, and Ashley Henry. He is a member of the improv trio The Flame (their debut album released on the NYC label 577 Records). He is a Professor of Jazz Piano at the Guildhall School, teaches at YMM and Mentor at Black Lives In Music.

3 separate logos arranged next to each other.

16 FEB | 15 MAR | 19 APR
9PM
£8

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All performance spaces and facilities are fully wheelchair-accessible. For more info please contact Box Office on 0207 498 4699.

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Café Bar

Serving a menu of hot drinks, craft beers, wine and seasonal cocktails before and after every show and a full home-made food menu including freshly baked pastries, delicious cakes and savoury light bites from Friday – Sunday. 6-7pm

Content Warnings

N/A

Age Recommendation

12+

Duration

1h

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