Bahla – Imprints Album Tour at Anteros Arts Foundation, Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 LJJ
Friday 2nd February 2018
Formed by Venezuelan pianist Joseph Costi and English guitarist Tal Janes, London based group Bahla break new ground with their mix of cinematic jazz entangled with Jewish folklore. Interested in how migration and displacement shapes cultures, their debut album Imprints finds a way to embrace multiculturalism. Across the album, a distinctive palette is underset by a bold and dynamic rhythm section, while radiant vocals – echoing the modal form of Jewish prayer music – rise and fall over searching,
delicate melodies on keys and guitar.
Ines Loubet – Voice/Percussion
Tal Janes – Guitar
Joseph Costi – Piano/Keys
Andrea Di Biase – Double Bass
Ben Brown – Drums
For a quick guide to January’s concerts, click here.
The Music in Norwich calendar is published twice a year – April and September. It is a comprehensive listing of classical music and jazz in and around Norwich. The calendar is produced by a partnership comprising: Britten Sinfonia, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich Philharmonic, Norwich Pops Orchestra, Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music Society, St Peter Mancroft, Mozart Orchestra, Keswick Hall Choir, Norfolk County Youth Orchestra, Norwich Music Group, The Jay Singers, UEA School of Music, The Bach Players in Norwich, Viva Voce Singers, The Eaton Concert Series and Academy of St Thomas.
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The new Music in Norwich programme is now available around Norwich and at the Tourist Information Centre, Theatre Royal, Norwich Arts Centre, Prelude Records and other venues in the city centre as well as a download from this site. It features the celebration of the centenary of Benjamin Britten under the banner of Familiar Fields so wherever you see a concert marked with the logo below, you know that it is to celebrate the birth of Benjamin Britten. Here’s a link to the Familiar Fields website http://www.familiarfields.org/
There is a bumper crop of work by music organisations who operate in and around Norwich and we are very glad to see them working together to produce Music In Norwich calendar. On the At a Glance pages you can see the concerts month by month and how they relate to each other – that helps both you as a concert-goer and the organisers and programmers see where there are clashes and what the spread of work is. It also helps visitors to see what is on offer if they are interested in music and concerts, so please distribute the link and tell people about Music in Norwich.
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