Multi-award winning guitarist Martin Taylor and Scottish-Canadian jazz singer Alison Burns celebrate the music of legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald.
When you think of Ella Fitzgerald, you think of the some of the greatest music ever performed and 2017 marks a very special year as her work is celebrated around the world with a series of commemorative centennial events. As part of these celebrations multi-award winning guitarist Martin Taylor and Scottish-Canadian jazz singer Alison Burns present a series of concerts highlighting the Grammy-award winning collaboration between Ella and jazz guitarist Joe Pass. Taylor and Burns who have performed for Prince William and whose fans include Sir Michael Parkinson and Downtown Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, will present a concert inspired by the intimate 1960’s duo recordings of Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald.
The Counterfeit SeventiesDate: 11/11/2017Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrice: £16, £14, £6 for schoolchildren The decade of glam rock through to new wave and everything in between, with light show, video and costumes.
The Furrow CollectiveDate: 28/10/2017Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrice: £15, £13, £6 for schoolchildren Playful, boundary-defying musicianship and a mutual love of traditional songs from Alasdair Roberts, Emily Portman, Lucy Farrell and Rachel Newton.