26 March 2005

  Williams, Kate

The reputation of award-winning pianist Kate Williams has been growing steadily over the last decade, with highly-regarded albums and performances including with the Sphinx Women's Theatre Group both in the UK and in Europe. Throughout she has continued to work with her own quartet. An original and arresting composer, her own music reflects the traditions of classical music as well as those of contemporary jazz.

A worthy addition to the ranks of British jazz composer-pianists, Kate Williams has the knack of making a simple trio or quartet sound much bigger. She does this not by creating sound and fury, but through a wonderful ever-changing variety of harmony and texture. The Observer


Looking Out

The Kate Williams Quartet play Kate's compositions (all apart from track 9) Featuring Kate piano, Julian Siegel, Sax and bass clarinet, Jeremy Brown double bass, Matt Skelton drums
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2001          £13  



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