Double Bill: Sloth Racket and Musson-Kjaer-Marshall

Presented in association with Jazz North East's Women Make Music series

Northern Rock Foundation Hall

Sloth Racket
A new project from saxophonist Cath Roberts (Quadraceratops, Ripsaw Catfish), bringing together some of the most exciting improvising musicians on the UK scene. The group will play a new set of music by Roberts, using it as a jumping-off point for freely improvised group explorations.

Rachel Musson (saxophone), Julie Kjaer (saxophone) and Hannah Marshall (cello) are firmly established in the London improvised music scene. As a trio they work as one unit improvising structures that may move through otherworldly, sonic landscapes, touching on contemporary chamber music or play with echoes of free jazz.

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Student Offer
£5 standby tickets may become available on the day subject to availability (one per person). Valid NUS card required.
£5 tickets are available for Sage Gateshead students including members of the Young Musicians Programme, Further Education and Youth Participation groups (one per person for each event).

Part of Gateshead International Jazz Festival 2015

Gateshead International Jazz Festival is delighted to announce an exciting international line-up for its 11th edition with its trademark mix of UK, European and international jazz icons, hot new talent and some of the best of the thriving Northern jazz scene. The programme is packed with...

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