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Autumn dates for your diary

We are delighted to announce our autumn events at The OSO Arts Centre in Barnes

TRADER’S WORLD – 6 September

A gala charity concert to celebrate the life of Trader Faulkner

A joyful tribute to the great actor, writer, dancer and raconteur – and great friend to 7 Star Arts – performed by his friends from the worlds of music and theatre.

Tickets £25

All proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Care


ROWAN HUDSON’S PASSING SHIPS – 28 November

Rowan Hudson’s Passing Ships are a 5 piece ensemble playing original music which touches on jazz and folk influences in a minimalist setting, evoking oceans and seas. Their self titled debut album was released in 2019.

Tickets £15


ANTHONY HEWITT piano – 4 November

A solo recital by acclaimed pianist Anthony Hewitt, described by Gramophone magazine as “a remarkably gifted artist”

Tickets £20


Please visit our Events page for further information and tickets.

Events

Rowan Hudson’s Passing Ships at The OSO

Rowan Hudson’s Passing Ships are a 5 piece ensemble playing original music which touches on jazz and folk influences in a minimalist setting, evoking oceans and seas. Their self titled debut album was released in 2019.

 

Sophie Creaner – Clarinet

Sophie English – Cello

Rowan Hudson – Piano

JJ Stillwell – Double Bass

Angus Bishop – Drums/Percussion

 

Tickets £15

 

Hudson delivers a project full of cool jazz harmonies, pictorial sounds tinted with Delius-esque passages, and humorous textures. – review of Rowan Hudson’s debut album Passing Ships by ArtMuseLondon

Rowan Hudson is a pianist and composer working within Jazz and Minimalist music. Moving to London in mid-2011, he studied Jazz at Middlesex University and since then has formed several groups and played with some of London’s leading musicians as well as touring Germany and the UK.

His main creative outlet is his Passing Ships, a 5 piece group put together to perform his music. As well this Rowan leads his own Piano trio featuring JJ Stillwell (Bass) and Angus Bishop (Drums). He also plays in the 6 piece Jazz group Nattacackle and works as the pianist for the singer Richard Hadfield.

His debut album Passing Ships was released in spring 2019