30 June, 8pm
Jazz Cafe POSK
238-246 King Street
London W6 0RF
Groove Razors is a fusion quintet founded in London by Polish pianist Tomasz Zyrmont and British drummer Laurie Lowe and featuring some of the finest Jazz musicians in the London jazz scene. Since its inception in 2009, the band has earned a strong following with their spontaneous interplay, limitless energy and unparalleled virtuosity attracting coverage from many radio stations and promoters. Groove Razors performed at the London Jazz Festival, East European Jazz Festival, Jazz FM's Discovery Show, Yamaha Music Live, Jazz FM Live, World Travel Market London. Their music has been broadcast on many radio stations including Jazz FM, Polish Radio London, Belgrade 202, Resonance FM, Orla FM, RMG FM, Diverse FM, Peterborough FM and Near Dublin FM. The band has performed with such as artists as: Adam Baldych, Alex Hutchings, Lorenzo Bassignani, Dean Mongerio, Nik Svarc, Rick Leon James, Francesco Mendolia and Jono McNeil.
The band is getting back together after years of solo careers and multiple other projects for this very special Reactivation concert. The performance will premiere tracks from the band’s new album, coming in 2019.
Groove Razors are:
Alan Short – saxophone, flute
Nik Svarc – guitar
Tomasz Zyrmont – piano, keys
Kevin Glasgow – bass
Laurie Lowe – drums
POSK: The Polish Social and Cultural Association (POSK) is the world’s largest Polish cultural centre outside of Poland. Jazz Café POSK is its music arm and is the most prestigious Polish music club in the UK, as well as being one of the leading Jazz clubs in London.
Yamaha: For the event, Groove Razors have chosen to play Yamaha instruments, provided by Yamaha Music London - the European flagship store of the world’s most-trusted musical instrument maker. Based in Soho, London, the Yamaha Music store holds a diverse range of instruments and music technology and regularly holds live music nights featuring up-and-coming bands and established artists. Visit www.yamahamusiclondon.com for more information.
Polish Cultural Institute: Based in London, the Institute is dedicated to nurturing and promoting cultural ties between the United Kingdom and Poland, showcasing contemporary Polish culture for Britain's multicultural audience.
PCI’s programme covers the visual arts, film, theatre, music and literature.
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The event starts 8pm on 30th June 2018 at Jazz Café POSK in Hammersmith; tickets available in advance and on the door (£8.00 per person). For more information or to book tickets by phone, please contact Peter Kaczmarski, 07415 892436. To book tickets online, please visit: www.jazzcafeposk.org