OxJaMS

OxJaMS

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The Oxford Jazz Masters Series presents a cocktail of improvised music, spoken word and visual projection in this journey into the world of artist Edvard Munch (The Scream). Featuring saxophonist David Jackson (Van der Graaf Generator) along with poet and artist Alan O’Cain, who worked in-residence in the preserved Oslo studio of Edvard Munch. With George Haslam (reeds), Richard Leigh Harris (keyboards) and Steve Kershaw (bass).

Duration: 1 hour 30mins with no interval

Book Tickets

The Endless Scream

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