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In review: Julian Joseph Trio at the Gulbenkian Theatre

My review of last night’s barn-storming gig by the Julian Joseph Trio (and surprise guest) has gone onto the Sounds New Festival’s blog this morning: you can read it here.

Julian Joseph TrioA fiery, inventive and terrific gig; and who was the special guest ? Well, you’ll just have to read it to find out…

Photo credit: Peter Cook.

Julian Joseph Trio at the Gulbenkian this Sunday

Colossus of the British jazz world, fearlessly inventive pianist, presenter on Radio 3, and stalwart of the British jazz scene, Julian Joseph brings his trio to the Gulbenkian Theatre this Sunday.

Julian JosephI’ve written more on Julian Joseph here, where he answers ‘Three Questions’ about coming to the Gulbenkian as part of the Sounds New Festival that’s ringing around Canterbury at the moment.

Here’s Julian Joseph playing ‘Autumn Leaves.’ Be sure not to miss this, a chance to hear one of the major figures of British jazz in intimate trio mode. Umissable: see you there…