|4th East European Jazz Festival Welcomes Groove Razors Band|
Enjoy performances by "Eastern Block" musicians till November 19
The 4th East European Jazz Festival continues this Saturday, October 22 at the Jazz Café POSK in Hammersmith's King Street,
This well established annual festival musicians from the "Eastern Block" countries presenting their unique music and skills, and this weekend the Jazz Cafe welcomes Groove Razors Band.
Groove Razors are a fusion quintet founded in London with support from the Jazz Cafe POSK, which is also where the band have performed their most important gigs so far. Formed by Tomasz Zyrmont and Laurie Lowe in 2009, these experienced musicians have a rich background in worldwide performances and collaborations with the jazz greats. Their music is full of emotion, high energy, with a groove funk based undertone.
The band has performed with special guests as: Alex Hutchings, Jono McNeil, Rick James, Robin Aristorenas, Chris Webb, Nick Svarc, Adam Baldych, Francesco Mendolia, Marek Tomaszewski, Colin Courtney.
Working with Norbert Skopinski they have produced their first album of energetic fusion music, full of colors and groove. The festival will be opened on Saturday by the leading Hungarian jazz group Fusio which was formed in 1992 by the drummer Peter Szendofi, playing at 8.30pm on Saturday.
This will be followed on Fridays and Saturdays through till November 19 by musicians from Macedonia and Poland as well as some who are based in London.
You can find the full programme here.
All the performances begin at 8.30pm and tickets cost between £6 and £8.
The Jazz Cafe Posk is at 238 - 246 King Street.
October 22, 2011