Evelyn Glennie (vibraphone/marimba), Ant Law (8-string guitar),Richard Harrold (piano/keyboards), Richard Kass (drums/percussion)
Pioneering Scottish ensemble Trio HLK team up with the world’s leading percussion soloist, Dame Evelyn Glennie, in an incredible new collaboration.
Trio HLK’s music plays with jazz standards, creating intriguing new pieces with dense, complex rhythms and textures and virtuosic improvisation. It’s the perfect match for Evelyn Glennie’s approach to sound-creation. Garnering rave reviews, their performances deliver an explosive, interactive tour de force.
This performance will feature BSL interpretation.
“One of the grooviest, hippest young bands… rhythmically and melodically a great combination of subtlety and strength” – Kevin Le Gendre
“Extraordinary performance in a class of its own… the four players’ unfaltering unity of purpose was awesome to witness.” Jazzwise
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