Phil Meadows Project

‘The versatile and likeable Meadows is one of the most promising emerging jazz talents that we have’ - The JazzMann

 

The Phil Meadows Project continues the journey for his multi-award winning music. Combining jazz elements with ambient-electronica, classical and contemporary music Meadows has established himself as one of the most distinctive, creative and talented young musicians in the UK. This original music showcases an important wave of British talent performing extensively across UK and venturing into mainland Europe.

With two studio albums behind him plans are afoot to record his third album in 2017. Exploring new musical relationships and fresh influences soaring melodies combine with head-nodding grooves, atmospheric soundscapes and intricate interplay as he tips influence towards Go-Go Penguin, Portico Quartet, Bill Laurance, Donny McCaslin and Tigran. At just 27 years of age Meadows is sharing stages with international piano trio Phronesis, electronic music legend Matthew Herbert, NYC's leading lady of jazz trumpet Ingrid Jensen and former Amy Winehouse MD Femi Temowo. Performance highlights for Meadows include sold-out shows at Ronnie Scott's, commissions to work with the Royal Northern Sinfonia at Sage Gateshead and performances across Belgium and Holland.

Join us as Meadows brings his brand new music to UK/European stages, taking audiences on a journey through the life of a twenty-something at a time of political and economical uncertainty.

 

UK Touring Autumn 2017.

Booking UK/EU dates for Spring/Summer 2018.

 

Recent Highlights

March 17 - OPEK, Leuven (Belgium)

March 17 - Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London (UK)

November 16 - EFG London Jazz Festival (UK)

November 16 - THSH Jazzlines, Birmingham (UK)

 

'A great stage presence and an unforgettable instrumental style.' Jazzwise

★★★★ The Guardian, Jazzwise, All About Jazz

Press and Awards

B -Jazz International Contest - Finalist 2017

London Music Awards 'Rising Jazz Star' 2015

Parliamentary Jazz Newcomer of the Year 2014

Peter Whittingham Jazz Award Winner 2013

European Keep an Eye Contest - Finalist 2010 

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