Sue Rynhart / Huw Warren Duo, UK live dates March 2019.
Thursday, February 07, 2019
We have received the following press release;
Sue Rynhart voice / Huw Warren piano
21:00 Saturday the 9th of March 2019 Live at Parr Jazz, Ma Boyles Alehouse & Eatery, Liverpool L3 1LG, 0151 236 0070 http://www.parrjazz.co.uk
20:00 Sunday the 10th of March 2019 Live at the Vortex Jazz Club, 11 Gillett Square · London, N16 8AZ http://www.vortexjazz.co.uk
Alban Berg, medieval chant, traditional Irish song, 19th Century Russian literature, gothic fiction and Homer’s Odyssey are some of the inspiration for the work of this exceptional duo. Sue Rynhart and Huw Warren will be performing improvisations, arrangements and new music by Sue Rynhart.
Huw Warren is a Welsh pianist, composer and educator whose work crosses and fuses many genres. His distinctive sound, innovative and eclectic music making has achieved an international reputation, awarding him the BBC Jazz Award for Innovation, and the ACW Creative Wales Award.
“Huw Warren’s thoughtful and exploratory musical creations, fusions and collaborations have long been a gift to the numerous artists and writers with whom he’s worked” – Troubadour
Sue Rynhart is a vocalist and composer from Dublin, Ireland. She places her precise, delicate voice in the starkest, most revealing of settings. Her songs are both soulful and severe, a fine fusion of the avant-garde and the emotive. Her albums ‘Crossings’ (songs for voice and double bass) and ‘Signals’ have received international critical acclaim.
“Sue Rynhart’s poetic creativity seemingly knows no bounds, blending her cultural roots with an oblique, contemporary vision. An absolute joy to be present.” - London Jazz News
Sue Rynhart: https://suerynhart.com
Huw Warren: https://huwwarren.wordpress.com
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