Saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes has been described as “an improviser to be reckoned with” (Downbeat Magazine) and “one of the most agile and original jugglers of improv and adventurous composition to have appeared in the UK in recent times” (The Guardian). Lauded for her imaginative approach to improvisation and composition, Clowes is currently an Associate Artist at Wigmore Hall, and has released seven critically acclaimed albums.

“brilliant”
Gilles Peterson

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4 STARS & Album of the Month for ‘A View with a Room’ from John Fordham, The Guardian
“a rich mix of cinematic landscape evocation, funky guitar grooves, dreamy reveries spun off minimalist patterns and fluently uncliched improv”

4 STARS & Editor’s Choice for ‘A View with a Room’ from Andy Robson, Jazzwise
“This is music of communication and community… It’s all captured in the magical opening title track.”

4 STARS for ‘A View with a Room’ from Jim Gilchrist, The Scotsman
“a beguilingly inventive mix of shadow and luminosity… lyrical warmth tempered by certain shady spookiness”

4 STARS for ‘A View with a Room’ from Barry Witherden, BBC Music Magazine
“With her astringent tone and flexible take on harmony she delivers stimulating explorations.”

MY IRIS

at Ronnie Scott’s

Abbott & Costello

directed by Rose Hendry

Trish Clowes & Ross Stanley

at Wigmore Hall