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Jennifer is 28 yrs old and first moved to Deddington in 1993. She read music at the University of Bristol, where she was president of the music society (which had the elegant acronym BUMS). As part of her degree she composed her own music and played the violin in the university symphony orchestra. In her spare time, she sang with the university big band and attended open mic nights with fellow students.
Following university, Jennifer gained experience and qualifications in the wine industry, before moving into HR. She now works for Pearson UK, who are supporting her through part-time postgraduate study.
Jennifer has worked with local music producer and close family friend Julian Elkan. She also very much enjoys meeting fellow musicians through the Deddington Festival events, particularly jazz group Stekpanna, who return year after year to entertain us. She is delighted to be participating in Deddington Radio and thinks it's great that so much musical activity goes on in her not-so-sleepy Oxfordshire home village.
Amy Hit The Atmosphere
Lana Del Rey cover
Temper Trap cover
The Nearness of You
Norah Jones cover
Nerina Pallot cover
Litte Dragon cover
Bon Iver cover
Mumford & Sons cover
Stekpanna are an award-winning Anglo-Scandinavian contemporary jazz trio.
Mads, Steve and Petter met at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California.
They played their first gig in Los Angeles in 1996, winning the Battle of the Bands (the first jazz group ever to do so), and since then have played hundreds of gigs across 26 different countries.
They play ‘unclassifiable European post-jazz’ (The Guardian) characterised by deep groves, driving swing, quirky melodies and a good deal of wit and humour.
Repertoire consists of original compositions by all three band members, along with distinctive re-workings of old classic tunes that aren’t usually associated with jazz.
Their discography now stands at four trio CDs (Standin’ Tall; Ouch!; All For a Beautiful Life; and Starlight Barking) plus two collaborative ones (Notes From Underground and Latin From the North). There is plenty more on the way!
You can get hold of the CDs by visiting www.slamproductions.net
Music by Leonid Vintskevich, Leonid & Nick Vintskevich, Kip Reed bass, Joel Taylor dr.
Song from the Black Earth
Music by Nick Vintskevich, Leonid,Nick Vintskevich, Petter Sward dr, Steve Kershaw bass
Music by Leonid Vintskevich, Leonid & Nick Vintskevich duo
Music by Leonid Vintskevich, Leonid & Nick Vintskevich, Kip Reed bass, Joel Taylor dr
Nick Vintskevich & JD Walter
Nick Vintskevich & Eve Cornelious
'I am not interested in making music that impresses people, just music that touches people.' Phil King has 2 albums under his belt (not literally) "They Come and They Go" from 2009 and "Leaves" from 2006. Both received some fantastic press, regional and national. (see reviews page). He has performed all over the UK, at festivals and fayres, in pubs, clubs and bars, on bandstands and boats, and once in a beautiful treehouse. He performs regularly in Paris and has also played in Zurich, Barcelona, New York and Weston-Super-Mare. Phil has had his music played on many local radio stations and also by Bob Harris, Steve Lamacq and Alex Lester on BBC Radio 2. Phil has also composed music for Theatre, Dance, TV and film. He has worked with Laila Diallo, Theatre Rites, Arthur Pita, Redweather Productions and Champloo Dance Company among others.
Give Me Some More
The War I Cannot Win