Full Price : £19.00
Age 17-29: £9.50
16 and under: £1.00
When : Sun 13th Oct at 6:00pm (Ends - 9:00pm)
Where : Club Stage at The Mechanics Hall - Full details below ▼
Category : Ticketed, Headliners
Combining jazz with inner-city London, West African and Caribbean influenced groove, SEED Ensemble celebrates the vibrant and distinctive diversity that has influenced British culture over the centuries.
Led by alto saxophonist and composer Cassie Kinoshi, SEED’s debut album Driftglass, released by Jazz re:freshed, is nominated for the Mercury Prize 2019.
Projecting this new musical vision is a 10-piece line-up featuring young musicians essential to the modern identity of British jazz, including tuba player Theon Cross, trumpeter Sheila Maurice-Grey, tenor saxophonist Chelsea Carmichael and one of London’s leading guitarists, Shirley Tetteh.
Across ‘Driftglass’, Kinoshi embraces styles both past and present to create something that we can call modern. Band members cut across race and gender with original compositions inspired by the social issues of our times.
Sponsor: No.11 Station Road
Adopter: Supported by Natalie Hughes in memory of Jeff Hughes
Venue Info - Club Stage at The Mechanics Hall
The Club Stage at the Mechanics Hall is our informal venue with cabaret style seating, an open bar throughout the performance, and a dance floor for you and your friends to have a boogie. The Festival Book Office is also located at the Mechanics Hall over the Festival weekend.
The Mechanics Hall Peel Street, Marsden, Huddersfield, HD7 6BW.
Tel: 01484 844587
Fully accessible for disabled people.