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Jazz in June
Sat 5 June, 7pm
Clonter is delighted to be flinging open its doors once more, and welcoming you all back, with James Pearson’s annual trip north, together with special guests, TBC shortly.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have had to review the capacity of the auditorium, and the limited number of people we can accommodate, under socially distanced conditions, has affected the ticket prices.
Also due to the limited number of seats available, we are reintroducing a short Priority Booking Period for Friends and Patrons (from today until Fri 7th May). Should you wish to become a Friend or Patron now, you would be eligible to take advantage of this opportunity. To become a Friend or Patron, click here.
In line with other theatres, and following our Customer Confidence Survey, we have concluded that face masks will need to be worn at all times whilst in the building, and that we will not be able to facilitate an interval for this event. The show has therefore been shortened to approximately 70 minutes + Encore.
A limited bar service will be available, providing a Clonter cocktail, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and prosecco. This will be purchased by card only.
You are very welcome to picnic – socially distantly – outside, free of charge, prior to the performance. Please note that tables and chairs are limited, and are available on a first come first served basis. You are however welcome to bring your own, and a gazebo. We would ask that you ensure that you take your rubbish home with you.
We very much hope you will join us as we take these first tentative steps back to ‘normality’.
Jazz in June – James Pearson & Friends 2016
James Pearson is a pianist, composer and creative tour de force.
He is the Artistic Director at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club where his trio are the house band. Their last album ‘Swing the Club’, recorded live at the venue, received excellent reviews across the board.
James Pearson is in shattering form on these sessions – The Sunday Times
The recording was ranked at No. 6 in the Sunday Times albums of 2009, and they were delighted to sell out four nights at the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in New York.
James is equally at home as a concert pianist. He has played concertos with the Philharmonia and the BBC Concert Orchestra amongst many others. His performance of Rachmaninoff’s 2nd piano Concerto was broadcast on Classic FM and Gershwin’s Piano Concerto and Rhapsody in Blue on BBC Radio 2. With collaborations ranging from Paul McCartney to Wynton Marsalis, James is fast becoming one of the country’s most sought after pianists.
Recent commissions by the BFI and BBC have seen James back in the composing chair. The Big Smoke, commissioned by the BFI, is a collection of footage of London accompanied by an 80-minute score composed by James. His work can also be heard performed by Brodsky String Quartet, Sir John Dankworth, The BBC Concert Orchestra and The BBC Big Band.
The harmony of Messiaen mixed with the rhythmic pulse of George Shearing – The Sunday Times
Booking & Ticket Prices
Tickets £45 (Side Aisle – Row U), £55 (Rows M, P, R, Side Aisle – Row U, Left Balcony – Row V & Right Balcony – Row W), £75 (Rows B, D, F, H & K)
Book Now – Friends & Patrons, please email the Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01260 224 514.
Priority Booking Period for Friends and Patrons ends Fri 7th May.
Doors Open 6pm
Performance 7pm (Length approx. 70 minutes + Encore)
Interval No interval
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