Tag: Alex Hitchcock

1 December 2021

December Issue Free to Download

The December issue of Sussex Jazz Magazine is available to download for free via this link: December 2021 In this issue Charlie Anderson interviews bassist and composer Terry Pack ahead of the ‘Conference of the Trees’, a festival at Ropetackle Arts Centre in Shoreham in January that features bands associated with Terry Pack’s Trees. Simon […]

1 April 2019

Words…Alex Hitchcock

  I grew up in London, living very happily with my mum. It was a close and intense relationship. We’d both get worked up about things quickly but were always open with each other, and I think that has influenced me in terms of how I approach both people and music now. I was lucky […]

1 March 2018

Live Review: Alex Hitchcock/Tom Barford Quartet at The Verdict

Alex Hitchcock/Tom Barford Quartet The Verdict, Brighton Friday 2nd February, 2018       The chordless two tenor quartet of Alex Hitchcock and Tom Barford are a relatively new group but one with an impressive and original sound. Their opening number showed their ability to perform tight unison passages and harmonies, the result of many hours […]

1 February 2018

Alex Hitchcock Interview

Tell us a bit about your band with Tom Barford.     “It’s a two-tenor fronted chordless quintet with Ferg Ireland on bass and James Maddren on drums.”   What kind of music will you be playing at The Verdict on Friday 2nd February?     “We mostly play compositions of mine and Tom’s – often it’s music […]

1 December 2016

Alex Hitchcock Interview

How did you get into jazz?     “A heady combination of Coleman Hawkins and Joshua Redman was my first exposure to the saxophone. If that was reflected in my playing even in a small way I’d be very happy! I told a sort of half-truth early on about being able to read chord symbols so […]

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