Live at Wembley Stadium 08/10/2016. – England vs. Malta.
iTunes Spotify © Backwater Records 2016 credits released September 26, 2016 music & lyrics by amy hollinrake (except 04: traditional appalachian) keyboards and percussion & arrangements by ben smith guitars joe perkins produced & recorded […]
Live Performance and Recording at Primo Bar, Park Plaza 01/10/16.
Coco ‘n’ the Fellas are touring Italy from 19/10/16 – 23/10/16. See the Full listings at our website: http://www.coconthefellas.com
‘The Jorge Bravo Trio’ will be playing a repertoire of traditional Django’s tunes plus a few other jazz standards! Expect some flamenco too. A bit about Jorge: Few acoustic guitarists in Europe can compose and […]
21/06/2016 – Performance at Milton Court, Barbican. Coco ‘n’ the Fellas, are comprised of GSMD and City postgrads’ Ami Oprenova, Joe Perkins, Daniele Ciuffreda and Havard Tanner. Their music evokes both swing and contemporary jazz simultaneously. […]
Featuring Joe Perkins – Lead Guitar. “My favourite band…of this year…Fuzz pop excellence!” – Adam Walton BBC. “One of the bands I’ve been most excited about… in a completely legal way…” “My brain […]
Event – Le QuecumBar ‘The Jorge Bravo Trio’ will be playing a repertoire of traditional Django’s tunes plus a few other jazz standards! Expect some flamenco too. A bit about Jorge: Few acoustic guitarists […]
Event – Le QuecumBar Joe Perkins and Daniele Ciuffreda will perform a varied repertoire of Gypsy Jazz and Bebop standards. Daniele was selected to represent the Juilliard School of Music (N.Y.) on the main stage […]
Event – Le QuecumBar Coco ‘n’ the Fellas, are comprised of GSMD and City postgrads’ Ami Oprenova, Joe Perkins, Daniele Ciuffreda and Havard Tanner. Their music evokes both swing and contemporary jazz simultaneously. Breathtaking arrangements, […]
A solo Jazz guitar recital for Professor Sir Paul Curran and Alderman The Lord Mountevans.
Coco ‘n’ the Fellas, are comprised of GSMD and City postgrads’ Ami Oprenova, Daniele Ciuffreda, Håvard Tanner, and Joe Perkins. Their music evokes both swing and contemporary jazz simultaneously. Breathtaking arrangements, varied repertoire and highly […]
Transcription PDF: Skylark – Cadenza
Tonight’s trio will feature Jorge Bravo and Joe Perkins playing guitars, as well as our very own Eleazar Spreafico on double bass. ‘The Jorge Bravo Trio’ will be playing a repertoire of traditional Django’s tunes […]
Caravan – Cyrille Aimee – Transcription Caravan – TAB
Contemporary compositions in a Gypsy Swing style: 20.40 Ami Oprenova (v) “Contemporary compositions in a Gypsy Swing style” with Daniele Ciuffreda (gt), Joe Perkins (gt) and Håvard Tanner (b)
Tickets – Hoxton Hot Club The Hoxton Hot Club will perform an exciting repertoire of Jazz Manouche arrangements for voice, (Amy Hollinrake) guitar (Joe Perkins) and double bass (Stephen Street). This electric trio demonstrate fantastic drama, […]
The Academicians’ Room – Royal Academy of Arts Piano: Ben Smith, Voice: Amy Hollinrake, Bass: Jamie Benzies, Guitar: Joe Perkins.
Rhubarb – Joe Perkins and Craig Cieciura 1 Rhubarb – Joe Perkins and Craig Cieciura 2
Music plays an increasingly important part in school life at Barrow Hill; nearly half of our students take instrumental lessons. We offer tuition on a range of Orchestral and Non-Orchestral instruments and run a wide […]
“Our brain is a work, and we do not know it”. My composition, MRI SYNTH, is a literal and synaptic representation of networks and flows on a much more rapid and spontaneous time scale than ‘Yafo’ […]
Composed by Joe Perkins, 2015. Picture by Georgia Perkins, 2014. Musicians: Carolyn Saint-Pé (Voice), Brian Case (Trombone). La Mer La Mer, or ‘the sea’ is arguably the ultimate metaphor for fluidity and has been recorded […]
I am currently a guitarist for the BBLOC’s production of ‘Grease’. The show is taking place from the 21st – 25th July at the Bournemouth Bic/Pavilion.
My writing on Gypsy Jazz in the 1970s has recently been published on Djangobooks. My writing can be accessed at: http://www.djangobooks.com/blog/the-great-gypsy-jazz-debate-in-the-wake-of-the-1970s/ Very special thank you to Michael Horowitz for posting this paper, and to […]
I entitled this composition ‘Cry Me a River ‘ since it was largely inspired by a sample taken from one of my own recordings of this seminal piece. In addition, I felt that this title […]
Naini Tal Part II – Joe Perkins Trombone : Brian Case ‘Naini Tal Part II’ is a re-imagining of my grandfather’s original orchestral work, ‘Naini Tal’ where he was stationed and which he composed after […]
Even within seemingly limited sound sources, such as using an inductive pickup to amplify the internal workings of a computer/mobile phone/hard-drive, there are ways in which they can be combined to produce a more effective […]
Joe Perkins (MA Composition) Reflects on his Summer Internship Joe Perkins (pictured, right) graduated from the BMus programme in July 2014 and has spent this summer completing an internship with award-winning production company Brains and Hunch before he commences theMA […]
Since the 1970s further generations of Gypsy Jazz musicians have based their musical style on fundamental characteristics of Reinhardt’s music, thus conserving a canon of musical characteristics that have defined the music as Gypsy Jazz. […]
This tutorial will demonstrate how to send multiple audio outputs from Max/MSP to Pro Tools, whilst still allowing Max MSP to have priority over your soundcard. The aim of this is so that live music […]
The world-renowned Samani brothers, Behnam and Reza, join forces with the ground breaking dancer Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam in collaboration with Karine Gonzalez to share the music and dance of Iran. This is a unique programme […]
I recently worked as a performing musician alongside Shunt’s most recent production at The Jetty. Time Out: Immersive theatre has become big business since the Shunt collective clambered from the recesses of the live art […]