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“Huw Warren must be one of the most lyrical pianists around and his playing  is the most delicate and subtle imaginable” – John Potter

“Huw Warren’s thoughtful and exploratory musical creations, fusions and collaborations have long been a gift to the numerous artists and writers with whom he’s worked” – Troubadour

“Where the indescribable meets the unclassifiable” – Colin Irwin, Mojo

“One of the UK’s truly independent spirits”  Guardian

“A European stylist of the highest order” BBC Music Magazine


11 thoughts on “Welcome….

  1. Huw, We were in Lyon over the weekend 23 March 2013 and thoroughly enjoyed your concert accompanying Maria Pia de Vito. Your playing is wonderful. Graham & Sheila Gibson.

  2. re: Quercus, from David Ballantine, writer of ‘A Tale From History (The Shooting)’

    Hello Huw
    Just wanted to say I heard Quercus and it is a stunning album.
    I’m so thrilled with your wonderful playing on my song, and throughout.
    I appreciate your hard work and talent.
    If you ever need a lyricist or want to work on anything, please let me know.
    Many thanks, David

    June Tabor’s version of Ballantine’s song ‘A Tale From History (The Shooting)’ appears on the Quercus album released in March 2013 by ECM. His music also features on the soundtrack of an Australian movie, The Extra. A Japanese film in pre-production will include a song co-written and produced by David, now working on the soundtrack score.

    His songs are now being recorded and performed by an eclectic range of performers – from folk and country through to jazz – including Peter Corry, Siobhan Skates, Susan Tomelty, Mary Duff, Romeo Texas, Jennifer Licko and Brigid O’Neill. Cattle Company featured three songs co-written with Brendan Monaghan on their album ‘Big Town After Dark’. Siobhan Skates’ 2010 CD ‘Better Than A Dream’ includes three Ballantine titles.

    He has co-written with many people, including lyrics with Steven Gallagher and Garry O’Briain.

    Soundtracks: David wrote the score for the ‘Jackie’s the Boy’ series, broadcast on BBC1 in August 2010, ‘As Others See Us’ (BBC, 2011), a documentary focusing on journalists who reported on The Troubles. Other soundtrack projects include ‘Oz: Around Australia on a Triumph’ (DVD); ‘Spotlight: Divided Orange’ and ‘The Pox Doc’ (both BBC, 2011). ‘Spotlight: Home Truths’ (BBC, 2012)
    ‘As Others See Us’ received the highest BBC audience approval rating in the UK for 2011.

    IMDb link, extended bio

    1 Colenso Court, Belfast BT9 5BB, N Ireland. Tel. 0044 2890 665536 or 07743 543752 david.ballantine1@ntlworld.com

  3. Hi Huw , great to hear the Quercus gig at St. George’s , wanted to join your mailing list , especially interested in info re any gigs / workshops with Maria Pia de Vito around Wales / Bristol , cheers ! Cathy x ( ex Welsh college singer ). p.s. also really interested hearing about any Brazilian gigs / projects . I have a new website for my Brazilian jazz project – http://www.balanca.co.uk – with some recently recorded tracks if you have a spare moment to have a listen …..

  4. Hew, I urgently need your email address and a high resolution photo of yourself for publicizing your October gig at the 606 with Iain Ballamy and Zoltan Lantos. My email address is peter.pallai@gmail.com. Regards Peter Pallai (programme organiser at the Budapest Jazz Club, and Jazz Curator for the Hungarian Cultural Institute in London)

  5. Dear Huw,
    I hope you don’t mind me contacting you but I wondered if you could offer any advice. My son Matthew (age 17) is a trumpet player and has a passion for jazz. He learnt trumpet with Abram Wilson until his tragic death and since with Jay Phelps and Eric Truffaz. He plays with and learns improvisation with Alex Hawkins. They are all excited about his talent and future. We have just moved to mid Wales and Matthew is struggling to find jazz opportunities and other jazz musicians to play with. I wondered if you knew of anything locally? Thank you, Kate

  6. Dear Huw,
    I have just again listened to Teares and my heart is so touched from this song…thank you for putting your spirit through your music out there…
    Much love, Birgit

  7. Huw, Terrific set at Dempsey’s. I need yiour email address to send you the photos, it isn’t available on your Web site

  8. Hi Huw Looking forward to your Queen’s Hall Edinburgh gig on 24th Oct with Quercus. A mesmerising album…Lewis David

  9. I went with a friend to see Quercus at the Howard Assembly rooms in Leeds. I can only say we thought it was sensational. Somehow can thanks be passed on to Huw, Iain and of course to the queen of the English folk tradition, the legendary June Tabor whose singing was divine!

  10. Listening to Infinite Riches in Small Room, most enjoyable… Still figuring
    out how to purchase today. Working on it. 😉

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