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Ethan Iverson Residency: Ethan’s Last Rent Party

Sun 18 Nov
Jazz

Ethan Iverson Residency: Ethan’s Last Rent Party

How ragtime and early jazz found Britain, and what happened next…

Classic jazz piano from the 20s and 30s, the impact of jazz on the music of Constant Lambert and Percy Grainger, and how the story goes thereafter – Ethan Iverson is joined by fellow pianists Alexander Hawkins, Adam Fairhall, and more to be announced.


Following a decade as pianist and composer with one of the seminal small bands of recent times, The Bad Plus, Ethan Iverson expands horizons with a Kings Place residency that reflects a fascination with the twists and turns of British music – from free improvisation to the art of the British jazz composer, from ragtime to Purcell and Constant Lambert. As eloquent as creator of the blog Do the Math as he is at a piano keyboard, Iverson’s insights into the past, present and future of jazz within a bigger world picture are incisive, revealing, affectionate and controversial by turns. His role as curator brings all these talents together in three days of original and absorbing music-making, in the company with some of the UK scene’s movers and shakers.

Date & time:Sun 18 Nov – 4pm
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£17.50
+ £3 booking fee.

Booking Fees

A £3.00 booking fee will be applied to all telephone and online purchases. An optional postage fee of £1.50 is applied if you wish to receive your tickets by post. Booking fees do not apply to purchases made in person at the Box Office.

Availability:Tickets available
Buy 2+ Ethan Iverson Residency Events and get a 20% discount.
Available when booking online or via the box office. This offer applies to 'Raising Hell with Henry Purcell' (16 Nov), 'Ethan and the British Composers' (17 Nov) and 'Ethan’s Last Rent Party' (18 Nov). The offer excludes Saver Seats.
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