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Thursday, November 05, 2015

Reeve, Hall & Miles

This afternoon (Thursday) in Culture Lab saxophonist Joe Reeve will be playing Jim Hall and Miles Davis. The students’ weekly public performance sessions continue to attract an enthusiastic full house following an enforced – albeit temporary – move from King’s Hall in Armstrong Building.
The first floor space, just off Barras Bridge, accommodates a fair number of people but to be sure of a seat it’s best to arrive about ten minutes before the four thirty start. Jazz, folk, you name it, you’re likely to hear it from week to week. Another of today’s performers is Shona Crossan – sometime vocalist with Newcastle University Jazz Orchestra – who will be in the company of accomplished double bassist Tim Farrow and drummer Dom Lodge    
Russell (photo from F/b).

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