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Huw Warren


1000 Trades, 16 Frederick St , Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3HE


24 May 2024

| Doors open: 7:30 PM

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Celebrating Choro, the vibrant beating heart of Brazilian music, Choro Choro Choro explores music from the 1880's to the present day by composers such as Ernesto Nazareth, Chiquinha Gonzaga, Pixinguinha, and modern masters such as Guinga and Hermeto Pascoal,as well as newly commissioned pieces by Huw Warren. By turns virtuoso, lyrical, and naively sentimental - Choro Choro Choro will bring new twists on this great dance music and is guaranteed to leave you smiling!Huw Warren has created several previous projects around the music of Brazil, including collaborations with Jovino Santos Neto, a critically acclaimed recording of Hermeto's music (Hermeto+) in 2009, A trio record for CAM Jazz Everything in Between in 2019 and Core Coracao from 2017 with Maria Pia de Vito, Gabriele Mirabassi, Roberto Taufic, and the legendary Chico Buarque.

Line Up: Huw Warren - piano, Tori Freestone - flute, Yuri Goloubev - bass & Adriano Adewale percussion

"A European Stylist of the highest order" BBC music magazine

"Finally, a special word for Huw Warren's solo interpretation of Hermeto's Mente Clara (clear mind), whose emotive, sustained and lush harmonies, combined with pellucid runs, are delivered so affectingly. Words, on this occasion, cannot do it justice".  London Jazz News

Apart from the joyful pleasure it created in abundance, this concert was a powerful argument for our learning to think and talk purely in terms of 'music' and 'musicians' rather than jazz or classical music or, indeed, Brazilian music….Glyn Pursglove