' Dynamic, elegant, punchy and cool collaborative music spanning jazz, grime, electro, Indian classical, spoken word and more.'
Turkish drummer Tansay Omar and British jazz / blues singer / songwriter Gill Manly, who were part of and did separate collaborations in Croydon Composers 2017 return to collaborate with each other.
Indian born Indian classical percussionist Prathap Ramachandra collaborates with a Croydon Composers 2017 returning artist, Guyanese spoken word / poet / songwriter Amen Noir
Indian classical singer Prachi Ranade collaborates with Croydon Composers producer Shri Sriram. The Boxpark performance will feature London Mozart Player's Sebastian Comberti on cello.
Oval Tavern & Boxpark performances - Photos Vipul Sangoi
"The Croydon Composers evening was a total revelation, and a joyous celebration of how we hope future cities can be' - Simon Dove, Brooklyn, USA
'That was a phenomenal night ... It was an honour to witness ... and a musical expression for everything I want Britain to be in the future: inclusive, brave, diverse, celebratory, enquiring, curious, respectful, joyous, embracing, beautiful' - Kay Walton, Brighton, UK