An evening of world class jazz from Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Ensemble

Venue:   St. Mary's Church, Wivenhoe, February 13th.
                Bar available.
Times:    Doors open 7 pm.
               Support from singer/songwriter Martin Newell 7.30pm
               Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Ensemble 8.30pm
               Drinks available at the bar for a donation.
                The event will be filmed.
Tickets:   Please pay via the PayPal link to the right. E-tickets will be sent to your email                             address.

'Atzmon is an astonishing musician.' John Lewis, Metro.

Gilad has been described as 'the best musician living in the world today' (Robert Wyatt, The Guardian). A long-term member of the Blockheads, he has toured extensively.  In this not to be missed performance, he will be debuting his new album as well as tracks from 'Songs from the Metropolis' and 'The Tide has Changed' - a ''Riotous mix of oompah music-hall cavortings,  ...Middle Eastern rhapsodising, ...sensuous clarinet love-songs, and stormy collective blasts'  (John Fordham, The Guardian ****).

St. Mary's Church, dating from the fourteenth century, provides a fantastic venue for this event with its wonderful acoustics and attractive interior. It sits at the centre of lower Wivenhoe, a pretty village on the banks of the River Colne with a rich history of boat building and home to many artists and musicians. A map to the venue can be found here.

For more information on the event contact Duncan Boon on 01206 822956 or 07957958724 or via email on

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