John Kenny and jazz pianist and composer Chick Lyall perform as a duo in their new acoustic and electro acoustic collaboration – Miscellany 4 takes place in the delightful salon of the Edinburgh Arts Club, 24 Rutland Square EH1 2BW.
John Kenny delivers his lecture recital The Mouthpiece of the Gods at the music center of one of Scotland’s most dynamic music centers: ESMS
John Kenny joins forces with organist John Kitchen to celebrate the publication, by the Hardie Press, of the complete works for trombone and organ by Franz Liszt. Programme to include:
John Purser, Skylines,
Gustav Holst, Duo
Franz List: Cantico di San Francesco, Hosanna, and his arrangement of the aria “Cajus Animam” from Rossini’s Stabat Mater.
The improvising trio Keys, bone & bellows (David Dolan, John Kenny & Bert Mooimans) will be resident lecturing and performing at this exciting week long conference, hosted by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland bringing music educators and improvisers together from across Europe.
John and Patrick Kenny perform music from the album Dragon Voices at the Archäologisches Landesmuseum Brandenburg, near to Berlin at 20.00 on April 13th. On April 14th, John Kenny will deliver a lecture on the discoveries made through working as part of EMAP on the Tintignac Carnyx, Loughnashade Horn, and Etruscan litus and cornu.
John Kenny performs his lecture recital The Mouthpiece of the Gods at the Monastery of San Juan de Duero. Soria, Spain
John Kenny then tours Northern Spain, giving trombone masterclasses at Conservatoires and museums in Northern Spain:
May 20, 21 & 22: Conservatorio Real, Madrid
May 24, Conservatorio San Sebastian
May 26, 18.00: Theater Amor Auditorium, Aguilar de Campoo
HeadSpace Ensemble is performs with jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. We will open the concert with John Kenny’s composition HeadSpace, which the group was founded to premier at the St Magnus Festival in 2005.https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2018/event/wynton-marsalis-quartet-headspace-quartet