Unitarian Church, 5 Emmanuel Road, Cambridge CB1 1JW (also known as Memorial Church)
Friday 20th October, doors open 7.30pm, music from 8pm-ish.
£10 cash on the door, advance tickets online £8 (plus 80p booking fee) from wegottickets.com.
There will be a cash bar serving beer, wine and soft drinks.
YANA is a trio of respected improvisers, creating open, living music. After ten years playing together, their music flows with a magical ease, providing accessibility in fantastic grooves and improvised melodies.
The trio has developed a process entirely focused on creating highly expressive live music, a free-wheeling, spontaneous mixture of styles. How it all works is not altogether clear, but the process is always fascinating to hear, and the results are often truly moving.
Joshua Blackmore - drums
Corey Mwamba - vibraphone
Dave Kane - double bass
We are delighted that YANA have chosen this occasion to launch their new CD, baby/people, released on Two Rivers Records.
'This is the sound of three minds working together in a utopian zone, way beyond the individual ego, and producing something quite beautiful in the process.' - Jazzwise
'The intuitive understanding shared by all three musicians is paramount in creating this very attractive musical world. Engaging and evocative music.' - All About Jazz
YANA's previous releases are available on Bandcamp.
Photography: Alex Bonney / Video: Steve Crocker at Seven Jazz, Leeds
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Listen! is run by Carol Garrison and Graham Lee, enthusiastic audience members - and avid listeners - for many years. Our aim is to complement Cambridge's lively music scene by giving musicians who might not be heard elsewhere in the city an opportunity to play for an audience with open ears. Our main focus is on new, original and improvised music, but that's not all!