Luciana Souza, Romero Lubambo and Alex Acuna joined Britten Sinfonia in a sold-out Queen Elizabeth Hall concert on Saturday night, as part of the London Jazz Festival. Directed from the keyboard - and the accordion - by Gil Goldstein, In the Spirit of Gil and Miles ranged across the masterpieces of Gil Evans and Miles Davis, and took in music by Federico Mompou, Rodrigo, Egberto Gismonti, Villa-Lobos, Hermeto Pascoal and Bach, and the premiere of Jackie's Dance by Gwilym Simcock (whose first album Perception is currently causing a stir).
Read John L. Walters, writing about the concert in today's Guardian: 4-star review.
The concert will be given again in Birmingham on Tuesday evening at the Town Hall: you can book tickets here.
If you can't make it to Birmingham, catch the BBC Radio 3 broadcast on Wednesday evening at 7pm.