Rowland Sutherland - FlutesRank #3 London, UK Classical / Jazz / World/Reggae/Latin
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Flautist, Rowland Sutherland enjoys playing in many different fields of music. he performs regularly in new music ensembles, jazz groups, symphony orchestras, improv groups, various non-Western groups, pop outfits and as a soloist.
Many of Rowland’s solo contemporary flute performances have been... See Full Bio
StatusRowland Sutherland - Flutes has a show on 2013-06-17 at 20:00 @ Town Hall in Melksham http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/207333781 #concert
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Jun 26Egyptian Education and …
London, UK | 7:30pmEgyptian Education and Cult...Wed Jun 26 7:30pm
Notes Inegales: New Music From Arab Composers. Set in the newly-restored baroque splendour of the Nasser Hall in the Egyptian Cultural Centre in Mayfair, the acclaimed contemporary ensemble Notes Inegales plays some of the most innovative and evocative works of contemporary Arab producers. Conducted and introduced by their Director, Professor Peter Wiegold, the programme features new music from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Palestine, and includes compositions by Mounir Anastas, Ahmed Essyad, Mohammed Sidiq, Ali Osman and Dia Succari. Produced by The Brunel Institute of Contemporary Middle Eastern Music.
Jun 27Draught Orders Bar
London, UK | 8:00pmDraught Orders BarThu Jun 27 8:00pm
Welcome to the 2013 SUMMER 27 JUNE Kuljit Bhamra, tabla SEASON of club inegales! Situated in a candlelit basement, just around the corner from Euston station, director Peter Wiegold hosts our gallant house band, notes inégales and an exciting array of guest players each night. The evening features notes inégales' own unique playing, drawn from contemporary, free and jazz musics, performing alongside a wide range of artists working across musical discplines. Please take a look at our new website to listen to clips from the last 5 seasons www.clubinegales.com. You can turn up early and enjoy a drink from the bar or arrive late and still hear the musicians playing. There are 3 sets: we play, then the guest plays, then we all play together.The bar is open from 7pm. The gigs all start at 8pm. Last but not least, there will be incredible food catered by London's best non-profit cooking collective Comfort's Kitchen! Hope to see you, Peter Thursday 27 June – Special Guest: Kuljit Bhamra, tabla “One of the most prolific and dedicated Asian music producers to come out of Britain” London Asian Guardian Kuljit Bhamra is one of the most inspiring and influential musicians, composers and record producers on the British Asian music scene. A pioneer of the worldwide Bhangra phenomenon, he combined traditional Indian rhythms, with western instruments and multitrack recording techniques, thus transforming Punjabi music into a new dancefloor sound. Since the age of 18 Kuljit has composed and produced over two thousand songs and is responsible for the rise to fame of numerous Bhangra and Bollywood stars. A virtuosic instrumentalist and highly skilled improvisor and composer, Kuljit has worked, both independently and collaboratively, for over a decade on film scores such as the award winning Bhaji on the Beach, Bend it like Beckham, Indiana Jones& The Temple Of Doom, The Guru, A Little Princess, Wings Of A Dove, The Four Feathers and Charlie& The Chocolate Factory. He has also worked extensively in London's west-end and highlights in this arena include assisting on the percussion arrangements for Andrew Lloyd Webber's massive hit musical Bombay Dreams (he also gave a truly breath-taking performance as on-stage percussionist) and, with his acclaimed score for The Far Pavilions, Kuljit was the first British Indian to compose for a west end musical. Away from the record-producing and west-end scenes, Kuljit works increasingly as a composer and instrumentalist for his own projects (such as duos with Shan Chana, Alwynne Pritchard and his popular dance band Taala) and also with a bevy of internationally acclaimed musicians from a variety of genres including Mike Lindup, Riccardo Del Fra, John McCoy and more recently Bobby McFerrin. Collaborations in this area include an ongoing and fruitful dialogue with UK saxophonist Andy Sheppard as well as with a host of others including maverick pianist Joanna MacGregor and the Britten Sinfonia with whom he recorded the innovative 'Bach Meets Moondog' project.
Kevin M. Thomas
SYNNX IS GREAT!
Hi Rowland, Beautiful playing, with such a wonderful tone! Absolutely flawless performances too! Regards, Chris
SATO Jazz group
Love your sound! Excellent!
Robert Steven Hunt
Beautiful instrumental music Rowland, you are a very gifted & talented artist, keep up the wonderful work, you are amazing! Awesome! God Bless you My very best wishes to ...
POPPY FIELDS FORE...
I have been totally put in my musical place just listening and falling in and out of your character and wonderful collection of brilliance you haver whole heartedly feed my m...
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Roland Sutherland -- Beautiful crystal clear tones pooled with occasional soulful utterances pleasantly dealt up with the expression and emotion of a cavernous talent…wonder ...
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