Fergus McCreadie Trio
With his second album, ‘Cairn’, Scottish pianist Fergus McCreadie continues to excite listeners across the UK and Europe. A phenomenal technician, McCreadie has developed a deeply personal style that captures Scotland’s musical traditions and landscapes while honouring his American and Nordic influences. His trio has developed into a formidable, superbly cohesive unit. They won the coveted Peter Whittingham Jazz Prize in 2016.
Fergus McCreadie – piano / David Bowden – bass / Stephen Henderson – drums
Brian Molley Quartet
Performing music from their brand new album Modern Traditions, Brian Molley Quartet once again deliver their own exhilarating blend of jazz and world music as reflected by their wide and varied travels. From straight-ahead high-octane jazz to tender ballads, from driving Indian Raga to Scots traditional folk song, Modern Traditions once again demonstrates BMQ’s versatility and is filled with contemporary jazz by a long-established group at the height off their powers.
Brian Molley – saxes, flute / Tom Gibbs – piano / Brodie Jarvie – double bass / Stuart Brown – drums
Concert co-organized with Jazz At The Blue Lamp.