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The Coronet Theatre Jazz Festival: Black Flag - Byron Wallen & Nick Ramm

10:30pm

Byron Wallen and Nick Ramm present Black Flag, a body of work that charts the psychological and emotional frontiers of contact between a mother and son separated by the Atlantic Ocean. Byron Wallen is ‘one of the most innovative, exciting and original trumpet players alive’ (Jazzwise Magazine) and Nick Ramm is one of the most highly regarded musicians and has toured USA, Europe and Australia.

Line-up:

Byron Wallen – trumpet

Nick Ramm – piano

 

OTHER SETS available on 17 Dec

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Nick Ramm
Based in London and as a highly skilled youngster, Nick gained a wealth of experience as a jazz pianist and keyboard player working in live bands with Jim Mullen, Tony Kofi, Finn Peters, Dave Okumu and Oriole among many others. As a composer and producer he is currently working with Grounded Movement’s new show Ragtime To Grime.

His notable credits as a session player include: Tom Jones on ‘Later With Jools Holland’, The Cinematic Orchestra album Ma Fleur and The Cinematic Orchestra – Live At The Royal Albert Hall album. He worked in the studio with Adele on her album 25 and co-wrote with Joss Stone on her album Water For Your Soul.

Current work: Cinescora – Mulatu Astatke – Ragtime To Grime – Audio Network

 

Byron Wallen (b. 1969) was raised in a musical family and as a child studied classical piano, euphonium, trumpet, flute and drums. In the mid 1980’s the trumpet became Wallen’s primary instrument of choice. Wallen’s first major work, Tarot Suite, (1994) was inspired by a love of mythology and symbolism, which reflected the archetypal journey of human life through an interdisciplinary pan-continental approach. Wallen’s study of cognitive psychology has aided his transition towards conceptualising music as a medium for healing. Wallen raises awareness and invokes change by unlocking boundaries through the nature and science of sound. Widely recognised as a seminal figure in Jazz, Wallen is an acclaimed writer and producer whose original scores have been commissioned by The London Science Museum; PRS For Music, The BBC, Jerwood Foundation, Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Arts Council, FIFA and Sage Gateshead. He has also composed soundscapes for Universal Pictures, Warner Bros and Game of Thrones. Wallen’s current PRS commission ‘Anthem for Woolwich’ forges new links between schools, venues, musicians and residents to strengthen the resilience and promote the cohesion of the community. Wallen has received the BBC Jazz Innovation award (2003) and has been nominated several times for the MOBO award.