11 February | 7:45pm | £22 / £18
Doors & bar 6:45pm | Concert 7:45pm, ends 9:00pm, no interval
'One of the UK's most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists'
International Piano Magazine
'An interesting and highly gifted maverick musician'
John Law, a prize-winning classical prodigy on piano, turned away from classical piano studies to pursue jazz and improvised music when he was 23. He has been involved in, and acclaimed for, a wide variety of contemporary jazz and classical projects, from solo piano concerts and albums, through trio and quartet tours and recordings, right through to large scale works for his semi-classical ensemble Cornucopia.
The Congregation Quartet play John’s original compositions, designed to mix contemporary jazz and electronics, often playing over electronic music backing tracks and also occasionally mixing in elements from John’s past in the form of improvisation from his free improv work in the 1990s as well as going even further back, drawing inspiration from his classical roots.
Covid-19 and concerts
In line with the most up-to-date guidance Public Health for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, we:
- clean all surfaces that people touch regularly and keep hand sanitizer around the site
- ensure air flow remains good around the building (we have a highly efficient air extraction system in the concert hall)
- advise all ticket holders to take a lateral flow test before coming to an event at the Granary and insist that staff and visitors who are unwell do not attend the venue
Face coverings are currently not compulsory, but if the guidance changes we will communicate this to ticket holders.