"Javier Ramon Brito's music is full of beauty, life, sweetness and, above all, love".
The young and fresh rap style of the beginning 80's.
Named after Couperin's 'Concerts Royaux' which were written for Louis XIV of France, Concert Royal was founded by flautist Peter Harrison and harpsichordist John Treherne. Their aim was to recreate the sound world of the eighteenth century through research, study, and performance on historic instruments. Joined by soprano Margarette Ashton and later 'cellist Rachel Gray, the ensemble has gone on to give hundreds of recitals in the UK and abroad. Since the early days the ensemble's personnel has remained remarkably stable and this continuity has enabled the performers to develop a highly individual style, presenting their exclusive repertoire in a uniquely entertaining and informative way.
Oliver Webber - violin and viola d'amore
Rachel Stott - viola and viola d'amore
Coeur Simple is dedicated to the performance of song from composers past and present. Using a variety of stringed instruments, including the rarely heard, silvery toned viola d'amore, the players create a kaleidoscope of colours and textures to accompany the human voice.
As well as performing in conventional venues, the group enjoys exploring links between different art forms and is ideal for alternative performance spaces.
and has been in the music scene for a very long time. Nice Ambient/Alternative music! with passion...
Curfew are an exciting English Jazz/Funk quartet often featuring prominent sax players such as Ed Jones (Incognito, Us3), and award-winning Theo Travis as special guests. Their work includes exciting original material and contemporary covers from such influences as Weather Report, Jaco Pastorius and Yellowjackets. Check the curfew website, www.curfew.jazzfusioneers.co.uk