Music in the Museum: Jazz
Join us for Music in the Museum: Jazz as The Culture Trust Luton in partnership with Focus of Jazz presents the very best of jazz.
A music performance taking place in the stunning Drawing Room, surrounded by the museum's unique art collection and with spectacular views overlooking Wardown Park.
Paul Jolly with Sothiac
An exciting and unusual project from clarinettist and saxophonist Paul Jolly and renowned Italian group ‘Sothiac’
‘The vocals are astounding as they soar creating swirling, achingly beautiful wreaths of sound... It is an experience listening to this music, the vocals powerful, exploratory, the electronics and percussion temporal yet permanently present and the bass clarinet offering melodic phrases which counter the spiritual vocals with a sense of grounding. It is quite extraordinary how listenable this is, the sense of the lost, wandering spirit over grounded bass, and the knowledge that because this music inspires the imagination, everyone will have different images when they hear it.’
Sammy Stein ‘The Jazz Collective’
Running Time: 120 minutes
Please note: You do not require a physical ticket to attend this event. Please just show us your booking confirmation email upon arrival - either on your smart phone or a printed copy.
£10 per person
Age Guidance: 12+
Wardown House, Museum and Gallery, Bedfordshire LU2 7HA
Sun 13 February