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Pacha Yana

Nov 27th 2016 @ The Hidden Rooms

Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Sunday, November 27th, 2016
7:00 PM
The Hidden Rooms
Cambridge, United Kingdom
ADVANCE TICKET SALES COME OFFLINE - 12AM SUNDAY 27TH NOVEMBER.

ANY REMAINING TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR.

Tickets £15, Students £12 - IN ADVANCE.
More on the door.

In association with the Cambridge Jazz Festival
www.cambridgejazzfestival.org.uk

Doors
6:00pm

Pacha Yana
6:30 - 7:00pm

The Misha Mullov-Abbado Group
7:15 - 9:30pm
https://mishamullovabbado.com/gallery/mma-group

The Misha Mullov-Abbado Group is made up of some of the finest, multi-award-winning musicians in London, and under Misha's direction the group performs his original compositions and arrangements with a broad variety of influences.

The band has performed at King's Place, the Barbican Centre, the Elgar Room as part of the BBC Proms Lates series and has played at many of UK's jazz venues. Having been signed to Edition Records the group has released its debut album New Ansonia which has been included in "Best Jazz Albums 2015" of both The Telegraph and BBC Radio 3.

The band's repertoire is influenced by a broad spectrum of music in the classical, jazz and pop genres as well folk traditions from around the world, particularly from South America. The music contains chorale-based and contemporary-classical styles that are influenced by Bach and Brahms right through to Stravinsky and Bartok and beyond, and jazz musicians such as Bill Frisell.

Misha's music is also heavily based on swing, funk and other groove-based styles influenced by Ray Brown, Avishai Cohen, Gareth Lockrane and Jasper Høiby, as well as pop giants Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire.

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Pacha Yana
6:00-7:00pm

Playing original compositions the band draw upon a range of influences from the harmonic worlds of Kenny Wheeler and John Taylor, to the soundscapes of Bill Frisell and Avishai Cohen and the rhythmic play of Carnatic music and bembé.

This project brings together recent graduates from the Guildhall and Royal Academy jazz departments in an unconventional instrumental line-up of trombone, violin, vibraphone and electric bass.

Vij Prakash - trombone
John Garner - violin
Ralph Wyld - vibraphone
Edwin Ireland - electric bass