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City of Sounds: Birmingham Conservatoire Jazz Orchestra with Special Guests Dave Holland, Nate Smith and Stan Sulzmann

City of Sounds: Birmingham Conservatoire Jazz Orchestra with Special Guests

City of Sounds Festival

Date and time
24 Jun 2016 (7:30pm - 9:30pm)
To be announced.

£12 (£10) (£5, BCU students)

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Wolverhampton born bassist, composer and bandleader Dave Holland has been performing and recording for over five decades. From Miles Davis to Pat Metheny, during this time he has collaborated with some of the greatest names in jazz.

Dave Holland holds a special relationship with Birmingham Conservatoire's Jazz Department, having visited us for many residencies and gigs in our recent history and it is an honour to welcome him back to help mark the last ever jazz gig in the Adrian Boult Hall. Directing the Birmingham Conservatoire Jazz orchestra from the bass, he will be joined by drummer of many shared recordings and tours, the incredible Nate Smith, and another close associate, the inimitable saxophonist Stan Sulzman as guest soloist. 

This event is supported by BCU Graduate+

City of Sounds Festival

In a city recognised for its architectural transformations, the City of Sounds festival is an invitation to remember, to celebrate and to look to the future of Birmingham’s rich music scene.

In conjunction with:

Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
Events include: