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House in the Clouds - Geko Live at Vortex Tom White

Tom Smith is a 24 year old saxophonist, bass clarinettist and composer from London. He was twice finalist of the BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year programme in 2014 and 2016, and in 2018 won the Peter Whittingham Development Award from Help Musicians UK. He is preparing to release his debut album ‘Gecko’, to be released with Basho Records in November 2020. Since finishing his degree at the Royal Academy of Music, he has performed and toured around the world and has brought his music to prestigious festivals and venues including the BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall), Love Supreme Festival, Jazzinec Festival (Czech Republic), Generations Festival (Switzerland) and the Luxembourg ‘Blues ‘n Jazz Rallye’. Tom runs a number of his own bands including Queertet, a band celebrating the works of LGBTQI+ musicians, which sold out two headline shows at Ronnie Scott’s for London Pride 2018 with celebrated comedian Julian Clary and LGBT icons Ian Shaw and Sharon D. Clarke. He has also recorded a double album of original compositions with celebrated young Czech pianist Daniel Bulatkin and a host of other celebrated Czech musicians, ‘Drifter Days’, recorded after a 19-day continuous Czech Republic tour. Tom was the lead alto in the National Youth Jazz Orchestra until 2020, and currently plays lead alto for the Patchwork Jazz Orchestra, which has recorded two albums, one recorded entirely remotely during the first few months of the Covid-19 lockdown. In 2018 Tom was the only UK musician selected to join the international Generations Festival Big Band in Switzerland, where he performed with Grammy Award winner Maria Schneider and Donny McCaslin (David Bowie). Tom also performs regularly as a sideman round England, with artists including Gareth Lockrane, Ian Shaw, Callum Gourlay and Jonny Mansfield. Tom has also headlined the Blues n’ Jazz Rallye in Luxumbourg with Liv Warfield (Prince). Tom has regularly arranged music for the celebrated Leo Green Orchestra (Van Morrison). His arrangements have been broadcast on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night show, featuring singers including Grammy Award winner Peabo Bryson and Imelda May at the London Palladium. Tom has also written arrangements for Beverley Knight’s BK25 live orchestral album, performed at the Royal Festival Hall. Tom’s big band compositions and arrangements have been performed by Ian Shaw and Julian Clary with the London Gay Big Band, NYJO, and the Patchwork Jazz Orchestra.

Original Short Story: An Interesting Day
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Original Short Story: An Interesting Day

An original short story of an incident at a restaurant seen through the eyes of a waiter.

How to Film a Music Video by Yourself
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How to Film a Music Video by Yourself

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Fran Parma - House Dance Choreography | Best Be Believing
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Fran Parma - House Dance Choreography | Best Be Believing

Francessca was born in the UK and has trained in London, New York and LA. She has been teaching hip hop for over 8 years in all three areas and is really passionate about helping people to expand their knowledge in dance and become the best dancer they can be. Her strongest styles of dance are Hip Hop and House which are her go-to styles to choreograph and teach. Francessca has experience in the foundations of Hip Hop and thinks that it is important to pass that experience onto new dancers. She frequently posts on her Instagram short clips of her dancing and rehearsing as well as concept videos of herself and her friends. Over her years of being a dancer, she has achieved choreographing for various music videos, a commercial for Bell outside the Box, battling in Vancouver Street Dance Festival and choreographing pieces for Vancouver International Dance Festival and Main Event.

House in the Clouds - Geko Live at Vortex Tom White
07:47
House in the Clouds - Geko Live at Vortex Tom White

Tom Smith is a 24 year old saxophonist, bass clarinettist and composer from London. He was twice finalist of the BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year programme in 2014 and 2016, and in 2018 won the Peter Whittingham Development Award from Help Musicians UK. He is preparing to release his debut album ‘Gecko’, to be released with Basho Records in November 2020. Since finishing his degree at the Royal Academy of Music, he has performed and toured around the world and has brought his music to prestigious festivals and venues including the BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall), Love Supreme Festival, Jazzinec Festival (Czech Republic), Generations Festival (Switzerland) and the Luxembourg ‘Blues ‘n Jazz Rallye’. Tom runs a number of his own bands including Queertet, a band celebrating the works of LGBTQI+ musicians, which sold out two headline shows at Ronnie Scott’s for London Pride 2018 with celebrated comedian Julian Clary and LGBT icons Ian Shaw and Sharon D. Clarke. He has also recorded a double album of original compositions with celebrated young Czech pianist Daniel Bulatkin and a host of other celebrated Czech musicians, ‘Drifter Days’, recorded after a 19-day continuous Czech Republic tour. Tom was the lead alto in the National Youth Jazz Orchestra until 2020, and currently plays lead alto for the Patchwork Jazz Orchestra, which has recorded two albums, one recorded entirely remotely during the first few months of the Covid-19 lockdown. In 2018 Tom was the only UK musician selected to join the international Generations Festival Big Band in Switzerland, where he performed with Grammy Award winner Maria Schneider and Donny McCaslin (David Bowie). Tom also performs regularly as a sideman round England, with artists including Gareth Lockrane, Ian Shaw, Callum Gourlay and Jonny Mansfield. Tom has also headlined the Blues n’ Jazz Rallye in Luxumbourg with Liv Warfield (Prince). Tom has regularly arranged music for the celebrated Leo Green Orchestra (Van Morrison). His arrangements have been broadcast on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night show, featuring singers including Grammy Award winner Peabo Bryson and Imelda May at the London Palladium. Tom has also written arrangements for Beverley Knight’s BK25 live orchestral album, performed at the Royal Festival Hall. Tom’s big band compositions and arrangements have been performed by Ian Shaw and Julian Clary with the London Gay Big Band, NYJO, and the Patchwork Jazz Orchestra.


Original Short Story: An Interesting Day
07:28
Original Short Story: An Interesting Day

An original short story of an incident at a restaurant seen through the eyes of a waiter.


How to Film a Music Video by Yourself
11:35
How to Film a Music Video by Yourself

FIND ME ONLINE: http://ginnydi.com​ http://patreon.com/ginnydi​ http://facebook.com/itsginnydi​ http://instagram.com/itsginnydi​ http://twitter.com/itsginnydi


Fran Parma - House Dance Choreography | Best Be Believing
02:43
Fran Parma - House Dance Choreography | Best Be Believing

Francessca was born in the UK and has trained in London, New York and LA. She has been teaching hip hop for over 8 years in all three areas and is really passionate about helping people to expand their knowledge in dance and become the best dancer they can be. Her strongest styles of dance are Hip Hop and House which are her go-to styles to choreograph and teach. Francessca has experience in the foundations of Hip Hop and thinks that it is important to pass that experience onto new dancers. She frequently posts on her Instagram short clips of her dancing and rehearsing as well as concept videos of herself and her friends. Over her years of being a dancer, she has achieved choreographing for various music videos, a commercial for Bell outside the Box, battling in Vancouver Street Dance Festival and choreographing pieces for Vancouver International Dance Festival and Main Event.