21st November 2015

Saturday 21 November | Doors 7.30pm | £10 / £7 in advance | £12 / £9 on the door

Since their formation in 1996 Partisans have been thrilling audiences the world over with their ferociously energetic performances of tightly knit themes and with great freedom coming from their years of playing together. Hailed as breaking the ground for the new wave of British jazz in the late 1990s and described by BBC Radio Jazz on 3 as 'One of the most exciting all star experimental groups in Jazz today' Partisans is co-led by two of the preeminent musicians of their generation, Phil Robson (guitars) and Julian Siegel (tenor sax & bass clarinet), the quartet's line-up is completed by Thaddeus Kelly (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums). Partisans are real band – known for bridging the gap between New York Swing, European Improv and UK Rock, the band has developed a
distinctive sound of its own where the combination of each member’s influences feeds a genuine creative spark generating huge excitement and energy.


21st November 2015

Supported by