One To Everything
Keith's new musical project. Lyrical, spiritual, and moving contemporary jazz compositions with a deep groove. Inspired by diversity, with influences including classical music, traditional folk, South African township, and the modern tangos of Astor Piazzolla.
In all performing combinations, Keith plays piano and is joined by double / electric bassist and electronica wizard Al Swainger. We also perform with multi-genre drummer Andy Tween and award-winning saxophonist John Martin.
Keith and Al's first performance as One To Everything, on 7 October 2022, was recorded for radio broadcast. Selections are now available as the EP Zero To One (see Discography).
Crossing the Rockies
As well as performing jazz on the piano, Keith also plays English concertina in the traditional Irish / Scottish / Americana band Crossing The Rockies.
Crossing the Rockies performs in festivals, concerts, and pubs as well for private events such as weddings and parties.
My Neighbourhood (1999, playing piano) - modern jazz standards, featuring Pee Wee Ellis
Kaddish (2001, composer) - orchestral / klezmer setting of an 8th century prayer, featuring Pee Wee Ellis
Deep River (2004, playing piano) - blues, gospel, and township originals and standards
Songs of the Spirit and the Senses (2006, playing piano) - contemporary jazz settings of poetry by Ann Harrison-Broninski
Dead Lovers (2011, playing classical guitar) - traditional folk ballads, featuring Ann Harrison-Broninski
Song of Songs (2011, playing English concertina) - contemporary jazz song cycle based on pre-classical poetry and other writings
Zero To One (2022, playing piano) - live EP from first concert by One To Everything, in duo format, showcasing their lyrical, spiritual, and moving contemporary jazz compositions inspired by diversity
Jazz in the Community
Until the covid pandemic, Keith ran jazz events in Somerset featuring world class musicians in a friendly community atmosphere.
Listen to performances from 2000 (Sun Dance, written by Ann and Keith Harrison-Broninski with Pee Wee Ellis), 2001 (African Cafe, featuring Pee Wee Ellis and Moussa Kouyate), and 2002 (Ghost Dance - , written by Ann and Keith Harrison-Broninski, remixed by Snipe).
Reviews in national press:
Listen to performances from the 2018 "Season of Song".