Friday 6 November. 20:00 – 22:30.
At Crookes Social Club
Full £15, Over 60s, disabled and unemployed £13, Student with NUS card £8, 15 – 17 year olds £3, Under 15s Free. CASH ONLY on door.
Advance tickets available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/sheffield-jazz at the same net price as on the door.
Yuri Goloubev’s “Two Chevrons Apart” Quartet
Yuri Goloubev: bass; Tim Garland: sax; John Turville: piano; Asaf Sirkis: drums
Born in Moscow, bassist and composer Yuri Goloubev has made the transition between an acclaimed classical music career and successful jazz performance with unusual fluidity and authority. He has featured on over 100 recordings and is in high demand as a musician internationally. ‘Two Chevrons Apart’ features acclaimed saxophonist Tim Garland and percussionist Asaf Sirkis and a more recent working relationship with pianist John Turville. Goloubev has described the band as a unit of musicians with whom he feels completely comfortable and that, together, they are able to play in a more ‘exploratory’ way. Goloubev’s work draws both from his experience as an improvising jazz musician and from his classical background. The music features strong melodic content and also Goloubev’s mischievous sense of humour, love of wordplay and fondness for comic imagery.
“In this music, I feel that jazz is alive, healthy and moving forward in the 21st Century”… Bob James, Grammy winning pianist