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peter quinn

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Peter has written on classical music and jazz for Tempo, Jazzwise, The Times Literary Supplement, BBC Music Magazine and International Record Review, among others. His performing experience runs the gamut 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

Soweto Kinch, Jazz Cafe review - instant karma in Camden

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CD: Jamie Cullum - Taller

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Claire Martin, Ronnie Scott’s - swinging hard in Soho

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Jazz FM Awards 2019 - young guard triumphs

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Albums of the Year 2018: William Parker - Voices Fall From The Sky

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Jazzmeia Horn, EFG London Jazz Festival 2018 review - searching for the unexpected

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Orphy Robinson’s Astral Weeks, London Jazz Festival 2018 review - reimagining a masterpiece

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CD: Bansangu Orchestra - Bansangu Orchestra

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Jazz FM Awards 2018 - a banner year for Ezra Collective

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CD: Owen Broder - Heritage

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CD: Snowpoet - Thought You Knew

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theartsdesk Q&A: Vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant

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Albums of the Year 2017: Cécile McLorin Salvant - Dreams and Daggers

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Robert Glasper, Barbican review - emotional fellowship and creative interconnections

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Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet, Ronnie Scott’s review - sophistication and simplicity

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CD: Oli Rockberger - Sovereign

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theartsdesk Q&A: Shakespears Sister

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Andsnes, Oslo Philharmonic, Petrenko, Barbican review – poli...

The Oslo Philharmonic finished its centenary tour of Europe at the Barbican last night with ample proof that it consistently delivers one of the...

Concerto/Enigma Variations/Raymonda Act III, Royal Ballet re...

As a mood-lifter, it’s hard to beat the opening of Concerto. Against a primrose sky, figures in daffodil, tangerine and brick form...

Imogen Cooper 70th Birthday Concert, Wigmore Hall review - o...

There are now two septuagenarians playing Schubert at a...

Kiefer Sutherland, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - acto...

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CD: James Blunt - Once Upon a Mind

James Blunt loves to joke about how gloomy his songs are and he says Once Upon a Mind...

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