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Lunchtime Jazz: Francisco Garcia de Paredes Duo

Part of Lunchtime Concerts



A 9% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2 postage fee is charged where applicable.

Recommended age: 8+

Part of the Tomorrow’s Warriors Emerging Artist Programme, Francisco is an innovative jazz guitarist.  He has played at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Pizza Express Jazz, The Vortex and been fortunate enough to perform alongside musicians such as Gareth Lockrane, Rachel Cohen and very recently the National Youth Jazz Orchestra with Bob Mintzer.

His music draws influence from musicians such as Gretchen Parlato, Aaron Parks, Jim Hall, Kurt Rosenwinkel amongst many others and tries to blend these influences to create his own compositional voice.

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For over 30 years, Tomorrow’s Warriors has played a vital role within its community and the wider music industry and has been credited with literally changing the face of UK jazz.

Free access to Tomorrow’s Warriors artistic programme has proved crucial in nurturing the nascent talent and early careers of so many of the most exciting UK artists currently tearing up the international jazz scene including Mercury Prize 2023 winners Ezra CollectiveMoses Boyd, Nubya Garcia, Shabaka Hutchings and Sons of Kemet, ESKA, Jason Yarde, Denys Baptiste, Robert Mitchell, Soweto Kinch, Shirley Tetteh, Byron Wallen…the list goes on.

A black-founded and black-led organisation, Tomorrow’s Warriors is based at Southbank Centre in London and offers a pioneering, comprehensive programme of learning and training which champions and supports young black and female talent and those who come from challenging circumstances that would be a barrier to accessing opportunities to pursue a music career.

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