|Wednesday, 12th March 2014|
|8:00 pm||to||11:00 pm|
2014 Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Blow the Fuse
Tomorrow the World: Six double bills set in two iconic venues of Stoke Newington
Where young meets old, where East meets West.
Daphna Sadeh and the Voyagers
The acclaimed composer and Double Bassist Daphna Sadeh will perform her music with her group the Voyagers.
Daphna Sadeh’s compositions have rich tapestry of Balkan, Klezmer Middle eastern and Jazz Music..
Daphna Sadeh – Compositions, Double bass,
Stewart Curtis- Clarinets, Flutes, Recorders
Ivor Goldberg Guitars,
Mark Bassey Trombone,
Eddie Hession Accordion,
Guy Schalom Percussion & Drums
The band have played festivals and clubs in UK and Europe and Daphna’s fourth CD is due for release this year.
“…a brilliant and hypnotic mix of Jazz,Western classical, Middle Eastern, Arabic Taqsim and Jewish music reflecting her eclectic life experiences. Seductive and powerful music…” John Zorn.
Sally Davies and Martina Schwarz (Bow and Bellows)
violin, horn, accordion
A stunningly versatile duo – Klezmer, Balkan and Gypsy music with occasional sorties to savour the musical traditions of other countries.
1st set Bow and Bellows / 2nd set Daphna Sadeh
The Vortex Jazz Club 11 Gillett Street, London N16 8JH
Bookings: 020 7254 4097 Online: www.vortexjazz.co.uk
Doors 8pm First set 8.45pm £10 concessions available
Thanks again to the PRSF and Jazz Services for supporting us in our new Tomorrow the World season. Six double bills of tremendous jazz and world music featuring established and upcoming women led groups.