Ode To The Human Spirit 2015 LONDON - Tickets

Ode To The Human Spirit 2015 LONDON - Tickets
Thu, 30/04/15, 19:00 Union Chapel
Compton Terrace, Islington, N1 2UN LONDON

+ The Human Revolution Orchestra with special guest Robin Eubanks

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Ode To The Human Spirit 2015, Union Chapel, 30/04/15
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This year, internationally renowned trombonist and composer Robin Eubanks will join the stellar Human Revolution Orchestra as a special guest for ‘Ode To The Human Spirit 2015’ on April 30th in London.

Ode To The Human Spirit 2015

To celebrate UNESCO World Jazz Day 2015, an initiative led by world- renowned jazz musician and SGI member Herbie Hancock, SGI-UK will present a concert featuring The Human Revolution Orchestra, the most visionary and diverse large ensemble to have emerged in the UK since the Jazz Warriors, Loose Tubes and Brotherhood of Breath in the 1980’s, comprising of some of the finest jazz musicians in the UK and very special guests Robin Eubanks, Jason Singh and Jason Yarde.

The event seeks to celebrate jazz as a symbol of unity and peace: its universalism and inclusivity, freedom of expression, artistic innovation. There is a Buddhist principle called 'many in body, one in mind' (Itai Doshin) which expresses a kind of unity towards a shared yet deeply personal commitment to an overarching goal or idea. The Human Revolution Orchestra aims to be a model of solidarity among people working to create positive change in the world through respectful and spontaneous collaboration. And in so doing, touch the hearts of all who encounter them.

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