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Tapas and jazz make for great entertainment in Richmond bar
If tapas gets your taste buds tingling and jazz music get your hips grooving, then head on down to Richmond in September for a night of pure entertainment.
Jazz pianist Jonathan Gee, who has been described as one of Europe’s most celebrated jazz musicians, will play a free show at Ricon Bar Espanol along with saxophone player Tim Whitehead.
The musician from Ham, who had worked with Gee on a project called Jazz Live Dance at the Rose Theatre in Kingston, says the show is the first he will play at the Spanish restaurant.
He says: “It is just a small gig. It will be a really nice local intimate thing. We have got a really good playing relationship.
“It will be very spontaneous – we do what we feel like doing.
“It’s a really nice place. It’s very relaxed and the people are really nice – that makes all the difference.”
Jazz evening; Rincon bar espanol, Paradise Road, Richmond; September 8; 7.30pm; Free.
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