Three generous people have donated instruments to Tomorrow's Warriors. Much sought-after reeds player, Alam Nathoo, who plays in Jazz Jamaica All Stars and Nu Civilisation Orchestra, kindly donated his first tenor saxophone. Stalwart supporter Howard Lawes won a beautiful Fibonacci jazz guitar in a competition organised by musician and promoter, Nigel Price, but they decided … Continue reading Warriors Receives Instruments as Donations
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A posse of the most talented new players to emerge from recent editions of Tomorrow’s Warriors are joining acclaimed US composer and bandleader Jason Moran and his stellar rhythm section, the Bandwagon, in the first roll-out of a major new piece that celebrates the legacy of the iconic bandleader and composer James Reese Europe, commissioned by 14-18 NOW, Serious, the Kennedy Center Washington, and Jazzfest Berlin.