Solo Piano ” The Art of Improvisation”

HUW WARREN  SOLO  –  The Art of Improvisation

“one of the UK’s truly independent spirits” – The Guardian

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Welsh pianist and composer Huw Warren has achieved an international reputation for innovative projects and collaborations over a twenty five year career. Equally at home crossing the often exclusive worlds of Jazz, Classical and World music, he combines a beautiful delicate touch with a deeply lyrical musicality. His music is broadcast frequently on BBC Radio 3 and he performed live on the 10th anniversary programme of the flagship cross genre show, Late Junction

The Art of Improvisation is a solo concert with a difference. Warren fuses improvisations based on Dowland, Bach and Chopin and folk music with music from Brazil and South Africa, original compositions, and the Great American Songbook. Dazzling virtuosity and humour are combined with moments of deep emotion; all presented in a surprisingly approachable way. What makes The Art of Improvisation particularly unique is the ease in which Warren draws the audience into his various musical worlds with an informative yet informal, entertaining presentation. This is a programme that works equally well for all music lovers.

Listen  : Teares (after John Dowland)
Watch and listen  : Mil Harddach Wyt

Huw Warren is currently Artist in Residence at Brecon Jazz festival, a recording artist for ECM with Quercus (with June Tabor and Iain Ballamy) and will release a new solo piano recording in early 2016.

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For more information or to book The Art of Improvisation  please contact Maizeh Music warrenhuw@gmail.com

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