North East born guitarist Francis Tulip, a recent graduate of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire jazz course and recipient of the college jazz performance prize, brings a quintet featuring a stellar lineup of Birmingham and London based musicians. The group features BBC Young Jazz Musician of The Year 2018 Xhosa Cole who needs no introduction. Joining the lineup is London born Pianist Tuoyo Awala, who has performed at Birmingham symphony Hall as part of Lekan Babalola’s African series, and with Xhosa Cole on Dr Nick Pillai’s jazz 1080 show; emerging bassist Louis Stringer who has supported artists such as Peter Bernstein and Drew Gress; and Matt Holmes on drums, who has played with Alan Barnes, Ian Shaw and NYJO under the direction of Orphy Robinson. Expect a showcase of music routed firmly in the jazz tradition with a modern approach, and original repertoire.
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