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Matt Carmichael

  • Monday 1 November 2021, 7:30pm
  • The Yard
  • £11 - £5.50
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Performers

Matt Carmichael // Saxophone
Fergus McCreadie // Piano
Ali Watson // Bass
Tom Potter // Drums

‘A distinctive new voice in a crowded scene….Carmichael has the gift of uplift in his music’ – ★★★★★  BBC Music Magazine

‘A distinctive new voice in a crowded scene’ (BBC Music Magazine), saxophonist Matt Carmichael is a product of Glasgow’s thriving jazz scene. He has been writing and performing his own music since his teens performing at Celtic Connections, Ronnie Scott’s, Latitude Festival, Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival and was a finalist in the televised BBC Young Jazz Musician 2020.

Matt released his debut album ‘Where Will The River Flow’ in March 2021 to critical acclaim throughout Europe including a 5 star review in BBC Music Magazine and ‘Album of the Month’ from BR Klassic in Germany. Following the release Matt has been invited as a guest soloist with the Grammy Award winning WDR Big Band in Cologne where his music will be arranged by legendary LA based saxophonist/arranger, Bob Mintzer in 2022.

In partnership with NQ Jazz and The Yard.

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