Tue, 07 Nov|
The Bristol Fringe
Fringe In A Round
A Fascinating double-bill at FITR for our November instalment. This event is TICKETED. Tickets available on Headfirst.https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fhdfst.uk%2Fe96125%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR3D2Ew_qY8iPts_eG8TjiQfPbZlkYeysQTmbWasUAd57NR-BPqxpTb2nW8&h=AT3Oe3fd4tCSdlff0mFqk1TYnyg51Mt3ejQn9f-VW5
Time & Location
07 Nov, 20:00 – 22:00
The Bristol Fringe, 32 Princess Victoria St, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4BZ, UK
About the event
It will be a real treat to welcome a brand new project from stellar trombonist, composer and educator Raph Clarkson as well as a special solo show by mesmerising vocalist and guitarist Inês Loubet- this will be a magical night!
The Raph Clarkson Quartet features some of the leading young improvising voices in the UK and is a truly exciting outfit that we can't wait to have debuted at FITR! It features:
Raph Clarkson- trombone and compositions
Charlotte Keefe- trumpet
Harriet Riley- vibraphone/ percussion
Riaan Vosloo- bass
'For his new quartet Raph Clarkson brings together some of his favourite musicians- each dynamic, uniquely creative improvisers with a distinctive approach to their instrument. Expect original groovy eccentric tunes with lots of space for the musicians to stretch out and improvise freely and collaboratively.'
Ines Loubet solo (voice/ guitar):
On tour across the UK, Ines will perform a special solo show at FITR which promises to be captivating; her personal blend of her heritage in her music, and informed yet playful approach to song, doesn't sound much like anyone other than herself and has to be experienced.
'Inês Loubet is considered to be one of London's most exciting multi-instrumentalists and singers and her original compositions navigate through the influences of Jazz, vibrant latin-grooves and her native language, Portuguese. Loubet graduated with distinction from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music having studied under the guidance of Nia Lynn and Brigitte Beraha. . Loubet has been invited to perform solo at Union Chapel in London and to perform at O2 Shepherds Bush to open for Brazilian legend Gilberto Gil. She is also a Jazz Studies Professor at Guildhall School of Music and Leeds College of Music.'
“An extraordinary and transcendent vocal performance; a highly flexible, expressive and admirably multi-lingual vocalist” - Ian Mann, Winner of the Parliamentary Jazz Award for Best Media
“Here, as in other instances on the record, Loubet’s voice is truly an instrument in itself, and her harmonies are almost unsettlingly pure.” - Dan Carabine, The Line of Best Fit