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peter quinn

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Peter has written on music for BBC Music Magazine, International Record Review, Jazzwise, Songlines, Tempo, The i and The Times Literary Supplement. His performing experience ranges from John Cage at the Barbican to jazz fusion at Ronnie Scott’s to traditional Irish music at the BBC Proms.

Articles By Peter Quinn

Album: Sarah Jane Morris - The Sisterhood

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Albums of the Year 2023: Scott Dunn with Claire Martin and the RPO - I Watch You Sleep

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Nikki Iles featuring the NDR Bigband, EFG London Jazz Festival, Cadogan Hall review - boundless artistry in harmony

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Christine Tobin, EFG London Jazz Festival, World Heart Beat review - an enchanting ode to home

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Korea On Stage, OVO Arena Wembley review - a symphony of lights, beats and empowerment

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Album: Nils Petter Molvær - Certainty of Tides

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Album: Meshell Ndegeocello - The Omnichord Real Book

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Album: Laila Biali - Your Requests

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Callum Au and Claire Martin, Cadogan Hall review - 'Songs and Stories' live at last

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Albums of the Year 2022: Lizz Wright - Holding Space

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Album: Gabriels - Angels & Queens, Part I

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2022 Parliamentary Jazz Awards: baubles, bromides and birthdays

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Album: James Vincent McMorrow - The Less I Knew

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Album: Cécile McLorin Salvant - Ghost Song

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Albums of the Year 2021: Eliane Elias - Mirror Mirror

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Cécile McLorin Salvant, EFG London Jazz Festival review - strength, vulnerability and humour

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Album: Fred Hersch - Silent, Listening

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London Tide, National Theatre review - haunting moody river...

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