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Acoustic Triangle

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). 


ARTIST REVIEWS
3 Dimensions
3 Dimensions

"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"

4 out of 5

Album Review


Acoustic Triangle, The Edge Arts Centre, Much Wenlock, Shropshire. 26/11/2011.
Acoustic Triangle, The Edge Arts Centre, Much Wenlock, Shropshire. 26/11/2011.

"After ten years there's still plenty of life in Acoustic Triangle and tonight's concert definitely felt like a celebration. "

4-5 out of 5

Live Review


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Film Review;  “Blue Note Records ; Beyond The Notes” directed by Sophie Huber.

Film Review;  “Blue Note Records ; Beyond The Notes” directed by Sophie Huber.

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the founding of Blue Note Records in 1939 this is absolutely essential viewing for anybody with even the slightest interest in jazz.


U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

U.K. Exclusive Premiere of Scott Gray’s ‘Someday’ Video via The Jazz Mann.

Nashville, Tennessee musician (Adult Contemporary / Jazz / Singer - Songwriter), Scott Gray is releasing his new video “Someday” via The Jazz Mann.


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