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Jan Garbarek tours UK

 Date:01/11/2004 - 26/11/2004
 Type:Culture, Concert
 Location:Bristol, Brighton, Cardiff, Liverpool, Poole, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham

The unmistakably haunting sound of Jan Garbarek's saxophones remains one of the most distinctive voices in today's music. "In my best moments I hope to give meaning to every note"

Undoubtedly one of the most original jazz saxophonists to emerge since the 1970s, Jan Garbarek has taken time to hone his unique sound. His implicitly idiosyncratic style is unmistakably original, incorporating influences from the folk cultures of many countries, including his native Norway.

"As a tone alone and of itself is musically insufficient, I was again amazed what Garbarek is capable of making out of this sound. The music is intensely built around melody; the phrases as if etched in glass, are vivid, pure and immaculate to the last detail."

- Ulrich Olshausen / Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung


Tour dates:

16 Nov - Colston Hall | Bristol, 01179223682
17 Nov - Dome | Brighton, 01273709709
18 Nov - Cardiff | St Davids Hall, 02920878444
20 Nov - Philharmonic Hall | Liverpool, 01517093789
22 Nov - Lighthouse, Poole, 01202685222
24 Nov - RNCM | Manchester, 01619075555
25 Nov - Usher Hall | Edinburgh, 01312281155
26 Nov - Symphony Hall | Birmingham, 01217803333



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Jan Garbarek's unique tonal language pays homage to the sources of jazzPhoto: Bremme & Hohensee