The Julian Arguelles Quartet

Sat 1 Sept @Seven Arts Leeds doors 7.30 music 8-11pm

Chapel Allerton Arts Festival and Jazz Leeds present

Julian Argüelles band leader / saxes / all compositions, Ivo Neame (piano), Sam Lasserson (bass) James Maddren (drums)

With an impressive reputation for presenting world-standard post-bop that now spans three decades, Argüelles’ current quartet features the UK’s best young talent namely; Ivo Neame (p), Sam Lasserson (b), James Maddren (d). Currently on tour promoting his 15th CD as a leader, “Tonadas” (on Edition), which features strong musical influences from Argüelles’ Spanish roots. The Quartet are inspiring & adventurous and come highly recommended to anyone who gets pleasure from listening to music: jazz or otherwise. Argüelles has been described as a composite of Charles Lloyd and Wayne Shorter. Throw in comparisons to that of Holst, Elgar and Finzi, some Spanish folk and South African grooves, and you pretty much have the makings of “a joyous listening experience.

Julian will be taking a masterclass before the concert at 5.30-6.30pm, cost £5 pay on the door (this masterclass is free to ticket holders)

Support is from Alice Higgins and “Tiptoe” (one of Jazz North’s “Northern Line” featured bands - 8-8.30pm)- “fresh, imaginative Soul/Jazz band”

Cost £12 (concessions £10 NUS £5)

The concert is part of the Chapel Allerton Arts Festival (Village Jazz series)

Doors 7.30pm Music 8-11pm

Tickets https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sevenleeds

We acknowledge the support of Arts Council England in providing funding for the Chapel Allerton Arts Festival jazz events