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    The OHE @ The Pizza Express Jazz Club for 3 nights featuring Ben Davis on Cello

    Thursday 7-Jun-9 to Saturday 9-June
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    Gilad Atzmon & The Orient House

    “Astonishing invention and virtuosity” – Robert Shore, Metro.

    "Atzmon is a loose cannon: a larger than life figure with an almost overpowering musical personality" Phil Jonson, Independent on Sunday

    Gilad Atzmon (sax and clarinet), Yaron Stavi (bass), Ben Davis (cello) Eddie Hick (drums), Fran Harrison (piano).


    Maverick saxophonist Gilad Atzmon and his Orient House Ensemble return from their European tour for a 3 night residency. The busiest band in the UK will be showcasing some new compositions as well as exploring material from the extensive back catalogue. In this residency the OHE  will feature the incredible Ben Davis on Cello.

    To book by phone: 0044 845 602 7017

    To book on line:

    Thu-07-Jun,  click here

    Fri-08-Jun, click here

    Sat-09-june, click here

    Jazz Club Soho 10 Dean Street
    W1D 3RW 0845 6027 017


    The Gilad Atzmon and Frank Harrison Duo in London 

    12th May 2012 –   8:00pm-10:30pm gig + 2 course dinner  


    289  Hornsey Road
    N19 4HN

    0202 272 5566

    For booking:

    Internationally renowned saxophonist Gilad Atzmon and genius pianist/composer, Frank Harrison have worked together for 10 years touring the world in Atzmon's award winning ‘Oriental House Ensemble’.  Over time, the two have forged an intensely intuitive musical rapport that has exhilarated music lovers, critiques and fans alike. In the stripped down context of a duo they explore the wit, pathos and freedom that pours from their mutual artistic instincts, recreating standards and originals into a real-time dialogue of spirit and virtuosity that is the true essence of jazz.


    Announcing May concerts and Pizza Express residency in June

    Live Concerts and talks


    3rd Gilad Atzmon with Pete Oxley’s Trio  @ The Spin,  Oxford

    5th Gilad Atzmon Quartet @ the Hideaway, London

    7th With Nick Hill at the Bedford Arms, Bradford

    8th Gilad Atzmon 4tet at Marlow Jazz Club Marlow

    9th Gilad Atzmon & The OHE in Swansea Jazzland, Swansea

    11th Gilad with Strings @ Wakefield Jazz Club, Wakefield

    12ve  Gilad Atzmon and Frank Harrison Duo @ Ajani Grill Restaurant, London

    17th  With Tali Atzmon-vocal & Yaron Stavi on Bass, Gilad Atzmon will play that evening. Map Cafe, London

    19th Gilad Atzmon & the OHE, 606, London

    20-24th   Different book related events in France, details to follow.

    26th Gilad Atzmon & the OHE Estival Jazz Lugano, Switzerland.

    27th With Sarah Gillespie, Black Mountain Jazz,  Abergavenny.

    28th Reading in Brighton, more information soon


    1st with Sarah Gillespie, The Red Lion, Birmingham Jazz, Birmingha

    2nd The Road to Bop, Bath

    3rd Gilad Atzmon & The OHE featuring Sarah Gillespie @ Strawberry Hill Jazz Festival, London (lunch time concert)

    3rd With the Blockheads,  Volksfest, Plymouth

    7th Gilad Atzmon & the OHE Playing new music at the Pizza Express, Soho London, book now.

    8th Gilad Atzmon & the OHE Playing new music at the Pizza Express, Soho London book now.

    9th Gilad Atzmon & the OHE Playing new music at the London Pizza Express, Soho London book now


    Sarah Gillespie: 'The War on Trevor' (tour, reviews & clip)

    Hello everyone! Below is some extracts of the great press we received for our launch of the ‘War on Trevor’ at Ronnie Scott's 2 weeks ago. We are continuing to schlep ‘Trevor’ across the UK & hope to see you soon at one of our shows! 

     24th April - Albion Beatnik Bookshop, Oxford, 25th April, Brutally Honest Rochester; 26th April - Vortex, London, 27th April - Wakefield Jazz ; 28th April St David’s Hall - South Petherton; 27th May - Black Mountain Jazz, Abergavenny; 3rd June Strawberry Hill Jazz Festival, Richmond-upon-Thames, 16th June, 23rd June - Dentdale Festival, 24th July Marlborough Jazz Festival.


    ‘A brassy Anglo-American babe with an acoustic guitar, Gillespie sung in a mischievous, beat-poet delivery ending her set with The War on Trevor, an ambitious 15 minute jazz-prog epic with a Kafka-esque narrative.’
    David Sinclair - The Times

    'Beautifully captures the disdain of both society and the state.. but aside from the powerful messages that one is accustomed to expect from Gillespie's albums, the new release also bears her trademark captivating style of music, produced by Gilad Atzmon’.
    Mamoon Alabbasi - Palestine Chronicle

    ‘Sarah Gillespie sings the ‘Shami Chakrabarti Blues’ …in a partly comic, partly deadly serious take on The War on Terror. Gillespie at times resembles the much missed Kirsty MacColl in the way she gets her songs across. (Her) mix of jazz, blues and her own fine lyrics was a hard act to follow. Stephen Graham - JAZZWISE

    ‘Gillespie embraces politics with a relish familiar in the folk traditions she has absorbed but rarer on the jazz scene… She also sang All of Me like a bluegrass singer who'd gotten into Edith Piaf’ John Fordham - The Guardian

    'Jazz star Sarah Gillespie is one of the most captivating singer songwriters on the scene today, and although her themes reveal characteristic political depth, they also have a bitter touch of ironic humour... A winning, witty gig.' John Watson, Express & Star



    The Music of Charlie Parker brought to you by Gilad Atzmon with Strings

    Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club

    8th -9th February

    Ronnie Scott's London


    The Music of Charlie Parker brought to you by Gilad Atzmon with Strings

    Ronnie Scott’s is privileged to welcome Israeli-born Gilad Atzmon performing the music of arguably the greatest alto sax player in jazz history, Charlie Parker. On the night, Gilad will be accompanied by a full string section adding depth to bird's classic compositions. This is a must-see show that has been earning rave reviews around the country!

    As jazz critic Phil Johnson notes “While most jazz tribute projects are dry as dust, Gilad Atzmon's marvelous evocation of Charlie Parker's legendary 1949 Verve recording with strings somehow succeeds in conveying Bird's mercurial genius, as well as accurately re-presenting what counts as some of the most profoundly beautiful music ever made”.

    Dates: : 8th & 9th of February

    Ticket Prices: £15.00 - £32.50  

    To book by phone: 0207 4390747

    To book online click here

     Gilad Atzmon  & the Orient House Ensemble  together with the Sigamos Strings Quartet led by Lizzie Ball

    Everything Happems to Me-In Loving Memory of America by Gilad Atzmon


     "Atzmon's fluid lyricism is in full flow on songbook classics and worldly originals. But as sweet romance morphs to modernist uncertainty, the bittersweet balance and rich emotional palette equally impress." Financial Times *****

    "Like the best of albums" Jazzwise ****

    "Atzmon always manages to tell a story" Uncut ****

    "One of the finest alto players around"  BBC Music Magazine March 2009

    "Atzmon is surely the hardest-gigging man in British jazz...the music here is subtle, ambiguous, often beautiful - and features a saxophonist playing deep from the heart." The Times **** March 2009

    "An avid Charlie Parker disciple..." Evening Standard March 2009

    "This is an outstanding album." Allaboutjazz March 2009

    "is almost like a suite, with one track leading into the next" Scotland on Sunday**** March 2009

    "A genuine expression of love" Scotsman**** March 2009

    "The fiery Atzmon took his show from a demure chamber-music lilt to a Coltrane-inspired roar and back, and the crowd was right there through it all." Guardian Live Review ****

    "Work of beauty, power and intense sonic vision" Morning Star April 2009

    "Atzmon is a hell of a talent...essential listen for all contemporary music fans. Atzmon has done what all the best jazzers do and put his own stamp on his chosen material. This may be loving tribute to a mythic past but it is one with an unmistakably contemporary edge" The Jazz Man ****







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