Jazz Supper with Christian Garrick

Christian Garrick: violin
David Gordon: piano
Alec Dankworth: bass
Tom Hooper: drums

Christian Garrick is an award-winning British jazz violinist, composer and band leader.  He has recorded several solo albums including Different Strokes, critically acclaimed in the Sunday Times as 1998 Jazz Album of the Year.  In 1993 he became the first ever non-classical violin graduate of London's Royal Academy of Music, also gaining the conservatoire’s top accolade, the DipRAM.  He has played with numerous artistes such as Wynton Marsalis, Nigel Kennedy, Bireli Lagrene, Dolly Parton, All About Eve, Duffy, Van Morrison, Dame Cleo Laine and Sir John Dankworth. Christian leads the mythical Budapest Café Orchestra of Harringay.  In the world of film and television he is a busy studio session musician and has added his violin to a wealth of movie soundtracks including Hustle, Tolkien, Les Miserables, The Hobbit, The Imaginarium of Dr Parnasus, Chocolat, Brideshead Revisited, La Vie En Rose, Chicago, Borat, An Ideal Husband, Tomorrow Never Dies and The Book Of Life.  He is a professor of jazz violin studies at the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music and Guildhall School in London.
The Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield
Maxwell Road