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Jazz group perform Miles Davis project

Ensemble take inspiration from jazz legend and Cardiff composers

Notes Inégales on their recent tour to Switzerland (Photo courtesy of Kate Halsall)







Notes Inégales, a contemporary and jazz ensemble from London are performing …brew at Cardiff Universitya concert influenced by Miles Davis’s music .

The group, who have been described as post-fusion, will be performing with composers and composer-performers at the concert influenced by Bitches Brew, Miles Davis’s experimental 1970 album. 

Last month, composers from Cardiff University presented ‘postcards’ of ideas to Notes Inégales, who have workshopped the concepts in anticipation of the performance. Kate Halsall, partner at Third Ear who produce media events says, “Sometimes Davis would just write ideas on an envelope, even just graphically, then work them out with the musicians. This is how Notes Inégales work with the postcards.”

The results will certainly make an interesting evening’s listening. 

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