Workshop with MY IRIS ahead of Shrewsbury gig, May 1st

Very happy to announce, with the support of Arts Council England, that MY IRIS will be hosting a workshop 6.30-7.15pm on May 1st at the Gateway, ahead of our performance at 7.45pm. Please see details below:

Sinfonietta Short, MY IRIS news

Tomorrow sees the premiere of my Sinfonietta Short ‘Hero’ for solo bass, commissioned by the London Sinfonietta to be performed by Enno Senft. I’m really looking forward to hearing Enno perform the piece (at the World Premiere Wednesdays series) – he’s such an outrageous bass player!

In other news, today marks the 1 month countdown to the release of the new MY IRIS album ‘Ninety Degrees Gravity’… we’ve already had some great feedback (“Stunning” – Jazzwise, “Listen, and then listen again” – Fiona Talkington, “one of the most outstanding UK jazz albums to be released this year” – Marlbank) and our music video by director Rose Hendry will be released very very soon… We’ve also just added the Rochester International Jazz Festival (USA) to our tour dates…

London Sinfonietta Sound Out

I recently had the fun task of reworking themes/ideas from loads of brilliant young minds for a commission from the London Sinfonietta’s ‘Sound Out’ project. The premiere is March 16th at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London at 4pm – written for youth orchestra & soloists. Loads of other fab new music in the programme too.

Check out the link below if you’re interested…

MY IRIS Barbican gig review

MY IRIS had a great time playing at the Barbican last month for the London Jazz Festival, supporting the Avishai Cohen Trio. Ian Mann, great supporter of jazz and related musics, wrote a fab review of our contribution to the night…
“Trish Clowes remains one of the most inquisitive musicians in British jazz… She and her band won many new fans tonight thanks to the quality of their brief performance and the release of her new album will be awaited with much interest.”

Read it HERE (scroll half way down)

More MY IRIS news to come very soon…

My Iris at The Barbican, November 2018 – photo by Louise McMonagle