Stanley Clarke and Hiromi Duo tickets London
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London Palladium, London5.06 reviews

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Book now Stanley Clark at The London Palladium, London

Two of the jazz world’s brightest stars Stanley Clarke and Hiromi are to set London’s most famous stage alight as they make their debut UK appearance as a duo for one night only.

Longstanding collaborators, mythic bassist Stanley Clarke and Japanese jazz keyboardist extraordinaire Hiromi released 2009’s Jazz in The Garden and 2010’s The Stanley Clarke Band featuring Hiromi, the latter winning the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album. Famed for their virtuoso instrumental command and explosive live performances, this is a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the revered pair at a venue to which all performers aspire.

 

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Additional Information

Running time

TBC

Performance dates

Saturday 27 February 7.30pm

Special notes

Doors open 6.45pm.

Venue Information

London Palladium8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF

Customer Reviews

6 reviews5.0

Sergio Paganini29th February

Real both masters , an emotional concert, especially the 1st part.

Nikolai Kiskin29th February

Magnificent show, they deserve the standing ovation they received.

Andrew Christoforou28th February

seen stanley over dozen times but have to say TOP CLASS PRO PERFORMANCE from both,took my 7 year old son (i know) he did really well held out till last number...great performance and great venue...

Lukasz Marguardt28th February

Awesome. Simply awesome. Venue, performers, their performance was amazing.

karin thompson28th February

Outstanding concert in talent and content.

Kwasi Boadu28th February

The show was outstanding and because of that definitely not long enough. The coming together of a recognised and brand new jazz superstar. It was excellent!!