Previously on 19 January 2024

Fabien Mary Quintet Jazz & Dinner

Supported by our soundscape designers Bang & Olufsen.

Doors open at 6:30pm

Dinner orders to be taken before 7.30pm

Performance begins at 7:45pm

£30 Table Seating | £15 Standing

Fabien Mary (trumpet), Rob Barron (piano), Oli Hayhurst (double bass), Mark Taylor (drums), Zhenya Strigalev (saxophone)

Born in 1978 in Normandy, Fabien Mary started his career when he settled in Paris at the age of twenty. In a very short time, he received the coveted Django d’Or Young Talent prize for his debut album “Twilight” and the Jazz à Juan Revelation Prize. Fabien has remained busy since then, touring with his own band or sharing the stage and recording with a long list of great musicians, including Wynton Marsalis, Diana Krall, Johnny Griffin, Harold Mabern, Steve Turre, Michel Legrand, Dave Liebman and Archie Shepp.

 “Fabien Mary is, nowadays, one of the most treasured musicians of the French jazz scene. Brilliant technique, never unfounded nor showy; constant musicality, perfectly controlled language.” – Jazz Magazine

A brilliant compositor and arranger, Fabien Mary created his quartet in 2002 with which he recorded two highly praised albums: Twilight and Chess.

His projects focus on a repertoire made of original compositions as well tunes written by some of Fabien’s favourites: Jimmy Heath, Kenny Dorham, Duke Pearson.

Fabien has received four nominations for the Django Reinhardt Prize “French musician of the year” by the Academy of Jazz between 2008 and 2011. In 2013, the release of a new album, Conception, recorded in New York for Elabeth Records, showed all the class and inspiration of this musician.

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