The Tobie Carpenter Organ Trio celebrate the final date of an extensive UK tour at MAP, performing music from the iTunes No.1 Jazz Album ‘DEAD PAN PARTY’ (Turquoise Coconut Records) and premiering brand new music ahead of a second release.
This show promises to be a huge Jazz party – celebrating a greatly successful record release earlier this year followed by extensive gigging, the Tobie Carpenter Organ Trio look forward to a rare London date. Here they will be performing brand new compositions for the first time in their home city, fresh from a two-week tour of the UK.
A contemporary Organ Trio playing Carpenter’s originals, celebrating the music of 1920s New Orleans, 1950s New York and new millennium Europe. Melodic, swinging compositions full of fun and passionate improvisation from three of the UK’s most exciting young Jazz musicians. The group’s debut EP ‘DEAD PAN PARTY’ (Turquoise Coconut Records) was released in 2017 reaching No.1 in the iTunes Jazz Album Chart.
Music from the EP ‘DEAD PAN PARTY’ will also be performed and filmed as part of the ‘Live Pan Party’ series.
Tobie Carpenter – Guitar and Compositions
Tobie has toured and recorded as a leader and sideman, appearing at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club (London), Club Bonafide (New York) and Symphony Hall (Birmingham) amongst others, alongside artists including Philippe Maniez (Paris), Martey Kenney (New York) and Tim Giles (London).
Jamie Safir – Organ
Jamie Safir performs regularly with British Jazz greats, Ian Shaw, Leanne Carol and Alice Zawadski as well as Pop icons Will Young, Tony Christie and Annie Lennox. A rising star of the London scene and beyond, currently working on the West End production ‘Bat Out Of Hell’.
David Ingamells – Drums
David Ingamells is amongst the most in demand Jazz musicians in the UK, always impressive in both straight-ahead and contemporary improvising settings. Ingamells can be heard with a number of the UK’s most exciting Jazz musicians including Martin Speake, Ant Law, Callum Gorley, Sam Leake, Kate Williams and Hans Koller to name a few.
A fresh voice in contemporary British Jazz, destined for great things. Carpenter’s compositions celebrate the tradition with a sense of energy and fun throughout, enjoying critical acclaim and numerous sold out shows across the country so early booking advised!
Doors 8pm. Band starts 8.30 Tickets £12.50.
Or call for tickets– 0207 916 0545
“The Tobie Carpenter Organ Trio really kept the audience engaged throughout. A wonderful ensemble sound and fantastic solos.” (Paul Pace – Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club)
“A very exciting group – a retro feel with a modern twist.” (Tony Dudley-Evans – Cheltenham Jazz Festival)
“Amongst the brightest young talents in British Jazz – destined for great things” (Laurie Jacobs – Peterborough Jazz Club)