Journey to Where

Duo album with Ross Stanley recorded at wigmore hall
OUT NOW on stoney lane records

“Two of the absolute masters we have in this country … so deeply devoted to their craft as improvisers.” 
Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2

” … vital music full of swing, emotion and atmosphere … a deep understanding, a musical bond, a little bit of magic perhaps.”
★★★★½ from Philip Watson for The Irish Times

“…it’s a thing of rare beauty, indeed…”
Ellen Cranitch, RTÉ Lyric FM

Marco Boccitto, L’idealista, Rai Radio 3

“… chockablock with paired back yet infectiously joyful and emotional compositions, including her take on Duke Ellington’s ‘Prelude to a Kiss’, which is stunning”
David Mouriquand, Euronews.culture

“…the sense of home [Clowes] has playing [at Wigmore Hall] gives this release an intimacy that befits the richness of the relationship between these stellar performers… what will be one of the best releases of the year.”
★★★★ from Andy Robson, Jazzwise

“This is just sublime… it conveys the complexity of meaning, the intricacy of emotion”
Dave Sumner, The Best Jazz on Bandcamp, March 2024

“Blurring the lines between improvisation and composition, this intuitive duo artfully muddies the waters of jazz and classical, traditional and contemporary vocabulary.”
★★★★ from Ian Patterson, All About Jazz

Ashford Days

Trish Clowes & Ross Stanley live at Wigmore Hall, April 2021


new MY IRIS music video, directed by Will Darkin

Brook also features on the new MY IRIS EP ‘Wild Swimming’

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Photograph of Trish taken by Rose Hendry