Quartet

Serial by Steve May about four musicians just out of college who forge a radical and somewhat unlikely quartet.

Fresh out of college, hungry for recognition or even just a gig, four musicians forge a radical and somewhat unlikely quartet.

But it is only then they find out just how hard it is to cut it in the world of professional music.

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Serial by Steve May about four musicians just out of college who forge a radical and somewhat unlikely quartet.

Fresh out of college, hungry for recognition or even just a gig, four musicians forge a radical and somewhat unlikely quartet.

But it is only then they find out just how hard it is to cut it in the world of professional music.

  • amanda gordon (moodi), ian jeffs (dave), Alex Lowe (stu).

    the music was composed by steve may, and performed by adam walters (horn), Paul Sharman (trumpet), Marie Lloyd (clarinet), jadie carey (cello).

    director Eoin O'callaghan.serial by steve may about four musicians just out of college who forge a radical and somewhat unlikely quartet.

    with amanda gordon, ian jeffs, Alex Lowe, Colleen Prendergast, Robert Harper and Rachel Atkins (2/12).

    (clarinet), jadie carey (cello).

    director Eoin O'callaghan

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    AD01Autumn Leaves2008111320130402

    By Donna Franceschild.

    A series of four comic dramas following the fortunes of a jazz quartet in the remote west Highlands of Scotland.

    Robbie used to be a professional jazz pianist, now he's a much-abused and miserable music teacher. On the edge of despair, and just about to sit down to a microwave meal for one, he hears a strange noise. It's a sheep farmer playing double bass in his bathroom.

    A moving comedy about a musician who, having lost everything, accidentally gains a jazz quartet.

    Pianist: Eoin Millar

    Original music composed by Eoin Millar

    Director: Kirsty Williams.

    AD02The Gig At The Red Stag20130403

    By Donna Franceschild.

    A series of four comic dramas following the fortunes of a jazz quartet in the remote west Highlands of Scotland.

    Robbie used to be a professional pianist, now he's a miserable music teacher who has accidentally found himself at the centre of an over-enthusiastic, amateur jazz quartet.

    On the verge of playing their first gig, the lead singer's home-life spins out of control, and, with it, the hopes and dreams of her fellow musicians.

    Piano: Jim Clelland

    Double Bass: Eoin Millar

    Drums: Ken Mathieson

    Original music composed by Eoin Millar

    Director: Kirsty Williams.

    AD03The Music Festival20130404

    By Donna Franceschild.

    A series of four comic dramas following the fortunes of a jazz quartet in the remote west Highlands of Scotland.

    Robbie used to be a professional pianist, now he's a miserable music teacher who has accidentally found himself at the centre of an over-enthusiastic, amateur jazz quartet.

    As the band prepare for their biggest ever gig, Iain, the drummer, is given some potentially life-changing news when a young woman walks into the local pub claiming to be his daughter.

    Piano: Jim Clelland

    Double Bass: Eoin Millar

    Drums: Ken Mathieson

    Director: Kirsty Williams.

    AD04 LASTAutumn Leaves20130405

    By Donna Franceschild.

    A series of four comic dramas following the fortunes of a jazz quartet in the remote west Highlands of Scotland.

    Robbie used to be a professional pianist, now he's a miserable music teacher who has accidentally found himself at the centre of an amateur jazz quartet.

    As the band try desperately to get a gig, Stuart, the bass player, finds his home and livelihood in jeopardy.

    Piano: Jim Clelland

    Double Bass: Eoin Millar

    Drums: Ken Mathieson

    Original music composed by Eoin Millar

    Director: Kirsty Williams.