Passing Clouds is honoured to be welcoming the legendary jazz saxophonist, novelist, political activist and writer Gilad Atzmon to our stage this Saturday. The self-described 'devoted political artist' was born in artist's career has seen a number of awards, accolades and his work is self described as
The Israeli-born artist's work often explores sounds of the Middle East and political themes which has caused controversy, but his album Exile was BBC jazz album of the year in 2003.
 Playing over 100 dates a year, he has been called "surely the hardest-gigging man in British jazz." His albums, of which he has recorded thirteen to date, He has described himself as a
Atzmon and his ensemble have received favorable reviews from Hi-Fi World, Financial Times, The Scotsman, Birmingham Post, The Sunday Times and The Independent.
where his 2007 album Refuge was praised for it's 'raw political passion', humour and 'genre-defying invention'.
Catch the 'brutal and beautiful' Gilad Atzmon and his band The Orient House Ensemble this Saturday at This Is How We Do It: Music for Peace at Passing Clouds. Doors open at 7pm and entry is free and Gilad will be presenting a talk about his book 'The Wondering Who?
Free before 9pm, £5 before 10pm, £10 after
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See you Saturday!