From the group that brought you ‘Sounds For Spies and Private Eyes’ comes this joyous frolic through the jazz and funk-laden world of TV themes and incidental music from the 60’s to the 80’s. A specially commissioned 30-piece orchestra will perform a choice selection of perennial favourites and cult classics described as “…music so sexy and cool, the stage should be sealed off with police incident tape!”
William Goodchild – conductor
Simon Gardner – trumpet
Jonny Bruce – trumpet
Andy Hague – trumpet
Nick Malcolm – trumpet
Ian Bateman – trombone
Jon Hopes – trombone
Liam Treasure – trombone
Justin Pavey – trombone
Laura Tanner – french horn
Ben Waghorn – alto saxophone/flute
Kevin Figes – alto saxophone/flute
Jake McMurchie – tenor saxophone
Andy Williamson – tenor saxophone
Ruth Hammond – baritone saxophone/flute
Denny Ilett – guitar
Dan Moore – piano
Andy Crowdy – bass
Martin France – drums
Andy Tween – percussion
Mark Whitlam – percussion
+ 12-piece string ensemble
Part of Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival. For more information and to view the whole line-up, please click here.
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