An allstar line up of Luke Rattenbury on guitar, Tristan Banks on drums, George Trebar on bass featuring multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Glasson will be playing Brighton Blue Note this Friday with Bands from Brighton Jazz School kicking off the evening. Charlotte Glasson is a multi instrumentalist, playing all the saxophones, flutes, clarinet, bass clarinet, violin and viola, penny whistle, melodica, percussion, and even the saw in Lost and Found Orchestra.
‘If you could bottle this band’s music, how wonderful it would be to inhale it to start every day.’
Express and Star, Lichfield
‘Charlotte Glasson’s improvisation with a loop box and a host of instruments (and a saw!) was stunning and mesmerising.’ The Evening Argus
‘Young, widely travelled nu jazz multi instrumentalist’ The Guardian
‘Versatile contemporary jazz and fusion saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist/composer plays diverse originals all laced with her own bluesy , expressive sax work.’
Time Out London
Charlotte’s joyful band
If you’ve ever wondered what smiles sound like, this is it.”
Jackie Hayden Hot Press 2009
The action’s happening at 10.30 till late with Brighton Jazz School starting at 8pm, free entry all night until 4am.
Brighton Blue Note, 63 Church Rd, Hove, East Sussex.