Peter Borthwick is returning to Barnes! On Sunday 12th May join Peter and his band for a special lunchtime session. He will be performing some of his favourite songs together with new material. For further information and to book tickets click here.
Mishka Adams will be joining Peter Borthwick and the band this Wednesday night downstairs at The Pheasantry. Together, it has all the makings of a great night and there's still time to book tickets. Click here to book online.
Mishka is a singer, instrumentalist and voice teacher. Born in the Philippines to a Filipina sculptor mother called Agnes Arellano, Miska discovered her love of music at a young age, signed with Candid Records and has already enjoyed a musical career that has taken her from Germany, The Philippines, Argentina to Brazil. Recently she released an album in the UK with the great Pete Churchill called Stories to Tell.
Discover more about her on her site.
While its raining outside, enjoy some jazz inside!
Happy New Year! Peter Borthwick and his band return to The Pheasantry for a show this January on Wednesday 17th with Janette Mason on piano, Simon Little on bass and Katie Patterson on drums. Look forward to seeing you there! Click here to book tickets.
Also this January, Peter will be performing for the first time at The Bulls Head, a famous jazz venue in Barnes London on Sunday 21st January. You can book your tickets here!
Come down to The Pheasantry next Wednesday night for my February 1st Jazz Pick Me Up! What better way to shake off the winter blues than a Jazz Pick Me Up at The Pheasantry Pizza Express on The King's Road.
Next Wednesday 1st February I will be back at The Pheasantry with a special upbeat show and I hope you will be there for some pizza and music with me and my band, featuring the very talented Janette Mason with Tom Mason (no relation) and Pete Ibbetson. Please do spread the word and bring along your friends for a great night! Book tickets here!
Following my show on Saturday night, I was delighted to receive a most wonderful gift: the following poem by Harriet Israel and Raphael Kabo.
A big thank you to Harriet and Raphael for what you read below!
They’ve mingled in
effectively with glasses
A symmetry of faces
angled avidly at
the set begins.
Fingers trickle expertly
and tickle each piano key
- a consonance of ivory,
with harmonising cutlery
(like tuning forks,
but lyrically) - and
Peter starts to sing.
Now basement boasts
cacophony of darks
and brights chromatically,
past silken sax bowed sexily
to Peter, as he sings.
This October I am returning to The Pheasantry with my band. Come and join us for pizza and some great music! Tickets are available here. Book now to for the best seats!.
in the Shops
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