CONCERT | 13 NOV.: CORINA PIATTI @LondonJazzFest @Bolygomusic

Gilles Peterson has championed Nat Birchall's cosmically powerful saxophone attack, which resonates with echoes of Pharaoh Sanders. In this triple bill, Birchall will share the stage with boundary-busting London five-piece Talk In Colour and Argentinian singersongwriterCorina Piatti, followed by a set from the Soul Jazz Records Sound.
Nat Birchall Quintet + Talk In Colour + Corina Piatti + The Soul Jazz Records Sound System.
Doors - 7:00 PM/
Tickets - £10
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Corina Piatti: Engaging Vocalist, Songwriter And Guitarist, Hailing From Arteaga In The Province Of Santa Fe, Argentina. After Travelling Around Brazil And Northern Argentina, She Relocated To Buenos Aires And Released Her Debut Solo Album, "Un Fresco Amaneces." In 2004, She Regularly Performed Her Own Jazz/Bossa Nova Compositions On Radio National And Further Developed Her Passion For Tango - Highlighted By Her Performance On The Latin American TV Channel, Plus Satelital. She Then Spent Two Years Living In Barcelona - Undertkaing Many Live Performances In Catalonia And France. Towards The End Of The Noughties She Moved To London - Today Her Solo Performances On Voice And Guitar Are A Celebration Of The Brazilian Bossa Nova And Argentinian Tango Genres, Delivered With Her Very Own Unique Twist.

NAT BIRCHALL QUINTET: Nat Birchall has aptly been hailed by Gilles Peterson as being "one of the best musicians in the UK, no doubt about that." Over recent years this British saxophonist and composer has carved out a singular niche for himself. His music contains a depth of feeling and sense of tranquility that recalls the spirit of John Coltrane. 

Initially inspired by the great horn players of Jamaica, people like Don Drummond and Tommy McCook, he found his way into the music of Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and the whole world of jazz before finding his own innovative and unique voice on his instrument. His third album, "Sacred Dimension" is a clear progression from his two most recent albums, building on "Akhenaten's" spiritual wholeness and "Guiding Spirit's" fuller sound. 

Live vibist Corey Mwamba provides a real energy and soulful openness to the sound. Wonderful, empathetic pianist Adam Fairhall is a beautiful player who manages to sound free while serving the music as does bassist Nick Blacka, whose big bold playing and ability to vary the bass line without losing the essential character of the sextet's sound. Drummer Andy Hay is described by Nat Birchall "as a force of nature" and he brings a powerful conviction to the live set.

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