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Andre Canniere Group

Group led by US born, London based trumpeter and composer Andre Canniere. Also featuring Hannes Riepler (guitar), George Fogel (keyboards), Ryan Trebilcock (bass) and either Jon Scott or Chris Vatalaro (drums). Album “Forward Space” released on Whirlwind Recordings January 2012.
Follow up “Coalescence” (also Whirlwind)  released October 2013 with a band featuring Canniere, Riepler,Trebilcock, Scott and Ivo Neame (piano, accordion). 


ARTIST REVIEWS
Forward Space
Forward Space

"An intelligent and stimulating amalgam of jazz and rock elements. For all their jazz sophistication Canniere's tunes often have a song like structure and flair for melody."

4 out of 5

Album Review


Coalescence
Coalescence

"“Coalescence” is a worthy follow up to “Forward Space” and should help to strengthen Canniere's reputation as one of the brightest emerging talents on the UK jazz scene. "

3-5 out of 5

Album Review


Andre Canniere’s The Darkening Blue, Dempsey’s, Cardiff, 19/10/2016.
Andre Canniere’s The Darkening Blue, Dempsey’s, Cardiff, 19/10/2016.

"Guest contributor Sean Wilkie enjoys the music of trumpeter Andre Canniere's new sextet as they perform material from the new album "The Darkening Blue", inspired by the poetry of Rilke and Bukowski."

4 out of 5

Live Review


JAZZ MANN FEATURES

New Generation Jazz - ‘Showcase Wales’, Brecon Jazz Club, The Muse Arts Centre, Brecon, 10/07/2018.

New Generation Jazz - ‘Showcase Wales’, Brecon Jazz Club, The Muse Arts Centre, Brecon, 10/07/2018.

Ian Mann enjoys an evening of original music played by students of the RWCMD in Cardiff with sets from Josh Heaton's Mouth of Words, Skeleton Leaf and the Norman Willmore Quintet.


Emulsion Festival VI, Day Two, Gateway Arts & Education Centre, Shrewsbury, 16/06/2018.

Emulsion Festival VI, Day Two, Gateway Arts & Education Centre, Shrewsbury, 16/06/2018.

Ian Mann enjoys this cross genre Festival founded by saxophonist Trish Clowes and featuring newly commissioned music from Nikki Iles and Robert Mitchell.


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