Art Themen at Herts Jazz Club

16:08 10 April 2014

Art Themen

Art Themen


Busy and sought after musician Art Themen is appearing with the Clark Tracey Trio at the Herts Jazz Club this Sunday.

After fronting the Stan Tracey quartet for 20 years from 1976, nowadays Art is most often seen on stage with many of Britain’s top jazz players such as Alan Barnes, John Donaldson, John Critchinson, Dave Newton, Georgie Fame, Don Weller and Mornington Lockett.

His style is influenced by Dexter Gordon and Sonny Rollins as well as John Coltrane and he is renowned for his originality and individual style.

Art on saxes is joined by John Critchison, piano, Mark Lewandowski, bass, and Clark Tracey, drums, for the gig.

The club meets at the,Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn Garden City, from 7.30pm and tickets in advance from str £3 students/£8 members/£10 concessions/£11 full.

On the door they are £5 students/£9 members/£11 concessions/£13 full.


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