Chamber jazz trio founded by double bassist Malcolm Creese and featuring Tim Garland (reeds) and Gwilym Simcock (piano, french horn). The group straddle the boundaries between jazz and classical music, often performing in churches and other sacred spaces. They have recently their tenth anniversary as a working unit (2011).
"With their blend of jazz and classical influences Acoustic Triangle have created something unique. Here is proof that in the right hands “crossover” can be good"
"After ten years there's still plenty of life in Acoustic Triangle and tonight's concert definitely felt like a celebration. "
JAZZ MANN FEATURES
It's good to see a â€ścutting edgeâ€ť festival returning to Birmingham again, especially one that is so supportive of young, up and coming musicians.
Guest contributor Trevor Bannister on a "a fascinating day spent at a church near Shepperton, where producer Andy Cleyndert was recording Scott Willcox's ten-piece big band for his Trio label".