Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra
May 2016 26

Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra

St John's at Hackney Church

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Tickets: £14.50, 17.50, £19.50

Times: 19.00-23.00

Super early birds and early birds sold out…. 

Soundcrash presents…

Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra

St John’s Church Hackney

Thurs 26th May

Support comes from Mammal Hands playing music from their brand new Gondwana Records release Floa (May 2016). 

Gigs dont get more perfect than this. 


Following their sold out performance at the Union Chapel, Matthew Halsall and the enchanting Gondwana Orchestra, head to the stunning 

St John’s at Hackney Church on the 26th May 2016..

Seeing such an eclectic range of instruments and world renowned musicians give their ode to jazz classics and contemporary works in an outstanding venue promises an unmissable experience.

“What we have here is one of the finest British jazz combos of the modern era, one that manages to combine the serious and spiritual within a warm, melodic and welcoming musical context.”All About Jazz

Manchunian trumpeter, composer and band-leader Matthew Halsall has established himself as one of the most prominent names in the contemporary European Jazz scene.  Matthew’s ever progressing musical knowledge and diversity takes the listener on a journey that is rarely obtained by artists of any genre.

Featuring The Gondwana Orchestra’s unbelievable line-up comprising of Luke Flowers of Cinematic Orchestra (Drums), Rachael Gladwin (harp), Jordan Smart (saxophones), Taz Modi (piano) and Gavin Barras (double bass), it’s likely that there could be treats from other friends of the Gondwana label aswell.

Matthew and The Gondwana Orchestra will be playing brand new content from their critically acclaimed album ‘Into Forever’ released in September of this year as well as more well known sounds from their iTunes Jazz Album of the Year 2014, ‘When the World Was One’. Join us in one of London’s most exquisite venues and grab one of the limited Early Bird tickets on sale Thursday 11th December.

In Time– ‘Frequently Gorgeous’- The Guardian

Eastern inspired jazz psychedelic chill-fest.’- Huffington Post

Matthew Halsall keeps on building his reputation throughout the UK and abroad with his new masterpiece, Into Forever’– AAA Music

Ticket Price: £14.50 £17.50 £19.50