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Wolfscarers Quartet – 12th Sept 2013

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Wolf Scarers, formed in 2010 by Simon Prince and Keith Jafrate, are a sax duo who play improvisations that swerve from gentle meditations that almost become chamber music across to full-blown shout-ups in the true tenor sax tradition, via, possibly, messed-up marching band funk and deconstructed jazz strut.

“They really are in conversation and have a lot to tell….very focused….a rich and varied vocabulary at their disposal. Meditative meandering excursions are followed by heavy outbursts. Fine interplay and communication between these two! Nice work.” – Dolf Mulder, Vital Weekly

For this incarnation, they will be backed by the most in-demand improv rhythm section to ever come out of Bunbury, Cheshire. Brothers Anton (guitar) and Johnny (drums) can regularly be seen in all sorts of contexts, but this will be their first time scaring wolves.

Be there!

Before and after their set, there will be the usual open improvisation jam session, all welcome to come and play. Just stick your name in the hat, bring instruments, laptops, voices, toys…

Who
Wolfscarers Quartet
When
Thursday, September 12, 2013
8:30pm - All Ages
Where
448 Wilmslow Road
Manchester, England M20 3BW
Other Info
Wolf Scarers, formed in 2010 by Simon Prince and Keith Jafrate, are a sax duo who play improvisations that swerve from gentle meditations that almost become chamber music across to full-blown shout-ups in the true tenor sax tradition, via, possibly, messed-up marching band funk and deconstructed jazz strut.

“They really are in conversation and have a lot to tell….very focused….a rich and varied vocabulary at their disposal. Meditative meandering excursions are followed by heavy outbursts. Fine interplay and communication between these two! Nice work.” – Dolf Mulder, Vital Weekly

For this incarnation, they will be backed by the most in-demand improv rhythm section to ever come out of Bunbury, Cheshire. Brothers Anton (guitar) and Johnny (drums) can regularly be seen in all sorts of contexts, but this will be their first time scaring wolves.

Be there!

Before and after their set, there will be the usual open improvisation jam session, all welcome to come and play. Just stick your name in the hat, bring instruments, laptops, voices, toys…
  

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