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Robert Mitchell’s Panacea
Caedmon Live
 
20:00
11-Nov-05
Caedmon Hall, Central Library, Prince Consort Road, Gateshead
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Robert Mitchell - piano,keyboards, laptop

Deborah Jordan - vocals

Barak Schmool - alto, soprano and tenor saxes

Richard Spaven - drums

Volker Strater - percussion

Tom Mason - accoustic and electric basses

Robert Mitchell is now established as a real force on the UK jazz scene, and has twice been nominated for the BBC Jazz Awards. A classically trained musician, he has worked across an eclectic sweep from funk to fusion and into neo-bop with bands such as Omar Puente, Gary Crosby's Nu-Troop and Courtney Pine.

A former Jazz Warrior/Tomorrow's Warrior, Robert's writing crosses musical and global barriers. His often complex compositions can encompass the lyricism of Rachmaninoff, the compulsive swing-out style of Oscar Peterson, through to the free edges of challenging Cecil Taylor territory. An inventive soloist with influences from 'reggae to latin, M-Base to Monk', whose new album is due for release in September 05.

‘A young virtuoso of McCoy Tyner-like precision, excitement, boldness and scope.’ The Guardian

tickets: £8 / £6 (under 16, 60+, JSA, NUS)

t: 0191 433 8420
i:  www.gateshead.gov.uk/caedmon










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