Close
Enter your search into one or more of the boxes below:
You can refine your search by selecting from any of the options below:
Search
Your Shopping Basket
Total number of items: 0
Sub total: £0.00
Go to Checkout
Our Birmingham Shop
Our Bristol Shop
Animators Survival Kit

Ray's Jazz Presents: Waaju

Friday 31st March 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Ray's Jazz Event, Music Event, Chargeable Event

Waaju is a London-based groove-centered world jazz ensemble that encapsulates influences from West African music, with a particular focus on the music of Mali.

The band plays the original music of drummer/percussionist Ben Brown, combining the exceptional spirit of the likes of Ali Farka Toure, Oumou Sangare, Tinariwen & Baba Sissoko with the spontaneity of jazz harmony & improvisation. The quintet brings the uniquely nuanced grooves of styles like Wassoulou & the ‘Desert Blues’ into a jazz context - resulting in an undeniably energetic performance!

 

Ben Brown - Drums
Sam Rapley – Tenor Saxophone
Tal Janes - Guitar
Joe Downard - Bass
Ernesto Marichales – Percussion

 

Tickets: £5 per ticket. Simply add the requied quantity to the basket below.
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road


Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.‚Äč

 

Refunds
We are unable to issue refunds to customers unable to attend the event without at least 24 hours' notice. To request a refund of your ticket purchase or purchases, email 
events@foyles.co.uk with your details and request.

Reviews

Leave a review
Latest Blog
Daniel Gray Finds Paradise between the Pages
27/06/2017

Exclusively for Foyles in Independent Bookshop Week, Daniel Gray finds paradise on the page and in the bookshop.

#FoylesFive: Children's Pride
26/06/2017

Andi from our Birmingham branch shares her favourite children's books that are perfect for Pride.

How to Change the World: Stop Harming Women
22/06/2017

Human rights barrister and a researcher at the Gender and Social Justice Centre at Cambridge University, Dexter Dias introduces his new book and explains how we can change the course of the 21st century if we can stop harming women.

View all Blog Entries
Twitter
Show/Hide Tweets
© W&G Foyle Ltd