Andrew Christie Quartet + food | Bristol

Andrew Christie Quartet + food

What's happening?

"Jazz pianist Andrew Christie and his long-established quartet introduce cool and contemporary music from their latest album ‘Difference and Repetition’. The band’s distinctive sound comes from the rich sonic combination of Andrew’s piano with Sarah Moody’s cello, Jon Short’s double bass and the supple drumming of Greg White. ‘Difference and Repetition’ is a new collection of original compositions that seamlessly weaves modern jazz elements into an ambient, cinematic underscore."
Tony Benjamin
Sarah Moody has worked for over 18 years as a musician, music director and composer with theatre companies such as Kneehigh, Wildworks and Travelling Light and has written music
for BBC Radio.
Jon Short studied music at the Dartington College of Arts between 2001 and 2004. Following this, he returned to his native city of Bristol where he has since been in demand as a bass
player on the Jazz and folk scene.
Greg White is a versatile, dynamic and much sought-after drummer. Originally from France, he went on to study music in London. He has been living in Bristol for the last 18 years and in that time has become an active musician on its vibrant music scene.
Andrew Christie started playing the piano from the age of six, following in the footsteps of hisfather, the jazz pianist and songwriter, John Christie. Since then, Andy has gone on to compose for and perform in a wide range of ventures from
jazz and folk festivals, to theatrical productions and art installations.
https://soundcloud.com/andrew-j-christie
https://www.andrewchristie.co.uk/
Doors at 7pm, food at 7.30pm, music from 8.30pm
Tickets available soon from the Community Centre website:
https://longashtoncommunitycentre.org/events-coming-soon/

When?

Friday, September 13th 2019 07:00pm

Where?

Long Ashton Cafe
11 Keedwell Hill Long Ashton Bristol BS41 9 United Kingdom

Host:

Long Ashton Cafe, Bristol

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