House of St. Barnabas // Autumn Culture Series // Tuesday 3rd December
November 26, 2013
“To be able to find a place in town where people can share those musical experiences they might not be getting elsewhere is important… I think it has magical powers” Gilles Peterson
Following his sell-out, electrifying gig in October, founding member Gilles Peterson is curating his next live music event for The House of St Barnabas’ Culture Series, when he will present the reformed Galliano,the very first signing to his Acid Jazz record label, who last performed in 1996. The performance will feature founding member Rob Gallagher, as well as Valerie Etienne. Representing Gilles’ heritage and musical roots, this is an exciting moment for the Culture Series, as it unites emerging talent with this influential act. Galliano will be joined by the enigmatic Reginald Omas Mamode IV who has already received support from Gilles on his BBC 6Music show. His Do You? EP showcases his original, soulful sound. Also performing is Denai Moore, a young east Londoner described as a ‘melancholy angel’ by the NME. As has become the norm with Gilles Peterson presents, the gig will capture the zeitgeist ahead of Moore’s 2014 UK tour, with her star firmly in the ascendant.
The stripped back, acoustic show will take place in the inimitable setting of the candle-lit and atmospheric chapel at The House of St Barnabas. Recently described as a “hip Soho hang-out” by the FT’s How to Spend It, The House of St Barnabas is an iconic building, and its chapel provides the atmospheric setting for talks, conversations and events.
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