THE GEOFF EALES TRIO:Sat 10th Aug  7.15pm – @Brecon Jazz Club-Monthly & Festival 2024-25
 

THE GEOFF EALES TRIO:Sat 10th Aug  7.15pm

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THE GEOFF EALES TRIO Sat 10th Aug  7.15-8.30pm @ the GUILDHALL

Lineup: Geoff Eales (piano), Ursula Harrison (double bass), Liz Exell (drums)

Welsh-pianist Geoff Eales is a brilliant and fluent musician with over 40 years of experience on the UK music scene. He is also an accomplished composer and arranger,  which includes work alongside such luminaries as Leonard Bernstein, Henry Mancini, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Shirley Bassey, Jose Carreras & Kiri Te Kanawa. His artistic portfolio includes outstanding works such as a musical about the Welsh coal-mining industry –  “Spirit of the Mine”.
However, Jazz has always been Geoff’s real passion, and over the last 20 years he has produced a steady stream of highly acclaimed albums alongside appearances at international festivals, cementing his reputation as a creative and passionate performer.
Geoff’s Brecon trio features  two outstanding local musicians Ursula Harrison on double bass and Liz Exell-drums. This  promises to be a great night of music from an established friend of the Brecon Jazz. Geoff Eales is an incredible pianist up there with the greats such as Bill Evans and Bud Powell
What they say“You have to love Geoff Eales, not simply for his fabulous keys and compositional skills but the utter passion of his vision” Jazzwise;

 

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“The beauty of Brecon is the sheer variety of music on offer, covering all jazz styles from trad to the avant garde. Also the way that the Festival takes over the whole town still makes it something truly special” Jazz Mann 2008

"Whatever your strategy, Brecon Jazz delivers, thanks to its geography and programming"John L Walters. The Guardian 2011

"Yes, it’s had its ups and downs, every bit as dramatic as the Beacons which rise above it, but the Brecon Jazz Festival has learned some tough survival skills as a result".  Peter Bacon, UK Jazz News 2018

"Virtual BJF2020 - Considering the obstacles associated with the pandemic, it was the triumph of organisation and technical expertise over limitation – so much so that while one might have wanted the real thing, its substitute may well develop a life of its own".  Nigel Jarrett, Wales Arts Review 2020

"The classic Brecon weekend is 9-11 August but there are several other excellent events around the festival this year including family jazz and dance on the first weekend and a film and jazz focus on the last". Tim Dickeson, Jazzwise 2024

 

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