Musician ("a fine pianist", The Independent)
Composer ("a revelation", Venue Magazine)
Second Sat of the month, 3-5pm
Christ Church Frome, free entry
With regular evening jazz gigs both mid-week and at weekends, Frome is becoming a new home for jazz in the UK. And now Frome Jazz Club, in partnership with Christ Church, Frome and Frome FM, adds something to the mix that you won’t find anywhere else.
Do you ever feel that even your weekends are too busy and demanding? That you need time out, just to relax? Stolen Moments is a new kind of jazz event. A late Saturday afternoon interlude in the liminal space between day and evening. True down time, in a beautiful church, to do nothing but enjoy exquisite modern jazz and delicious cakes.
From 3-5pm on the second Saturday of each month except July and August, Keith Harrison-Broninski will be at the grand piano in Christ Church (Christchurch St West, Frome BA11 1EH), with a special guest from the many great jazz players loved by Frome Jazz Club fans. Cakes will be available. Entry is free with donations welcome.
Could this only happen in Frome? Add it to your calendar now and look forward to Stolen Moments.
Frome Jazz Club receives no funding. To support our professional jazz musicians and Christ Church, Frome, please donate at an event or online. Your contributions are much appreciated and help keep music live!
Every concert in the Stolen Moments concert series is recorded by Frome FM for broadcast the week before the next concert, on Sunday at 11pm and Wednesday at 7pm. Some video is also captured.
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
Original classical music, often featuring jazz improvisation
Jazz in the Community
Keith runs 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".