Disorder on the Border?

Fancy a Saturday night in? Joe Kassman-Tod’s radio show Disorder at the Border tomorrow Saturday 17th at 8pm n Resonance 104.4FM has some interesting stuff, and in particular a preview of the Partager Paris-London-New York series at Kings Place. Joe will be interviewing Patsy Craig of “t Wo” Productions who’s running the festival.

One of the artists performing at the festival is pianist and composer Andy Emler.

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Joe has been travelling abroad (highly tenuous link to picture above!). He went off to Royaumont Abbey in France to record his church organ project. Emler performs as soloist and in duet and trio formats. I note the name of Mederic Collignon on cornet and bugle, whose last album has been getting rave reviews in France. Bruno Pfeiffer writing in Liberation says that it “is the first record of the year to have shaken me up from top to bottom. Maybe that sounds better in French: “De la nuée de disques de jazz qu’un mirifique printemps annonce, le premier à me secouer de haut en bas s’appelle “Shangri Tunkashila”. Here’s Bruno’s full profile/review,

Here’s a link to the Andy Emler concert at Kings Place , featuring Marc Ducret.

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