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The Brandon Allen Allstar Sextet


Wed 29 Jan 2020, 8:00pm–11:55pm

Where: The Jazzlab, 27 Leslie St, Brunswick, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00
  • Concession: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: The Jazzlab

Perth born saxophonist Brandon Allen relocated to London in 2000.

Over the past 20 years he has established himself as one of the most in demand saxophonists in the UK and Europe. In 2012, he founded The Brandon Allen Sextet, producing new arrangements that featured some of the top jazz/session musicians in the UK.

For this evening at Jazzlab, Brandon will be bringing these arrangements and will be collaborating with an Allstar lineup made up of some of Australia's most highly regarded musicians. The group will be performing these reworkings of music by Ellington, Mingus, Gershwin, Cole Porter, Chick Corea, Stanley Turrentine, Michel Legrand, Freddie Hubbard and much more...

Brandon Allen - Tenor saxophone/arrangements
Carl Mackey - Alto saxophone
Jordan Murray - Trombone
Grant Windsor - Piano
Phil Rex - Bass
Dave Beck - Drums

"Many musicians would respond to the opportunity of leading their own band by starting to write original material to foist onto the unsuspecting public. Allen has taken another route by putting his effort into producing wonderful arrangements to showcase the richness of the writing and the skill of his performers. The result is nothing less than a six-person big band—an extraordinary achievement." - London Jazz News