Order for the Memorial Service for Kenny Wheeler - Friday 31st Oct, 2 30 pm

St James's Sussex Gardens W2


A Memorial Service for Kenny Wheeler, open to the public, will take place at St James's Church, Sussex Gardens, Paddington, London W2 3UD a church seating around 400 people, on FRIDAY 31st October at 2 30 pm, as announced HERE. Nick Smart, Head of Jazz at the Royal Academy of Music who is responsible for organizing it, has published the Order of Service. He writes: "The music will be interspersed with speakers; as well as the vicar there are a few old friends and colleagues of Kenny's, all distinguished musicians, as you can imagine..."


ORDER OF SERVICE

Entrance Music – Trumpet Quartet Movement 1 & 2

Tom Rees-Roberts - trumpet
Reuben Fowler- trumpet
Robbie Robson - trumpet
Yazz Ahmed- trumpet

Big Band – Opening of “Sweet Time Suite”

Saxophones – Ray Warleigh, Duncan Lamont, Stan Sulzmann, Evan Parker, Julian Arguelles
Trumpets - John Barclay, Noel Langley, Richard Iles, Nick Smart
Trombones - Dave Horler, Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson
Bass Trombone - Sarah Williams
Piano– Gwilym Simcock Guitar - John Parricelli
Bass - Chris Laurence Drums - John Marshall
Voice – Norma Winstone Flugel – Henry Lowther
Conductor – Pete Churchill


Big Band – Enowena

Saxophones – Ray Warleigh, Duncan Lamont, Stan Sulzmann, Evan Parker, Julian Arguelles
Trumpets - John Barclay, Noel Langley, Richard Iles, Nick Smart
Trombones - Dave Horler, Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson
Bass Trombone - Sarah Williams
Piano– Gwilym Simcock Guitar - John Parricelli
Bass - Chris Laurence.    Drums – Martin France
Voice – Norma Winstone.    Flugel – Henry Lowther
Conductor – Pete Churchill


Brass Ensemble – Opening movement of “Long time ago Suite”

Trumpets - John Barclay, Noel Langley, Tom Rees-Roberts, Reuben Fowler
Trombones - Dave Horler, Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson
Bass Trombone - Sarah Williams
Piano– John Taylor.     Guitar - John Parricelli
Flugel – Henry Lowther
Conductor – Nick Smart

Quartet - “Vital Spark”

Norma Winstone - voice Glauco Venier - piano
Jim Vivian - bass Klaus Gesing - soprano saxophone

Sextet – “Mark Time”

Saxophones – Stan Sulzmann and Evan Parker
Piano John Taylor.       Guitar John Parricelli
Bass – Chris Laurence Drums – Martin France

Big Band – “Canter No 1/Old Ballad” 

 Saxophones – Ray Warleigh, Duncan Lamont, Stan Sulzmann, Evan Parker, Julian Arguelles
Trumpets - John Barclay, Noel Langley, Richard Iles, Nick Smart
Trombones - Dave Horler, Mark Nightingale, Barnaby Dickinson
Bass Trombone - Sarah Williams
Piano– Gwilym Simcock Guitar - John Parricelli
Bass - Chris Laurence Drums – John Hollenbeck
Voice – Norma Winstone Flugel – Henry Lowther
Conductor – Pete Churchill


London Vocal Project – “Breughel” from Mirrors Suite

Choir – London Vocal Project
Voice – Norma Winstone Saxophone – Mark Lockheart
Piano– Nikki Iles Guitar - John Parricelli
Bass – Steve Watts Drums – John Hollenbeck
Director – Pete Churchill


This information can/ should be shared. The event is open to the public.

2 comments:

  1. I wish I could be there. It will be a memorable day. Kenny will love it

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