The Korean term Hansu means water. “A drop of water gathering to make an ocean.” Specifically Hansu represents strength, flexibility, harmony and water as a source of life. Tori is the Japanese word for bird. It can be thought to represent freedom and grace.
Hansu-Tori return to Jazz re:freshed, this time bringing material from their forthcoming album and critically acclaimed stage show ‘Wolves Are People Too’. Featuring some of hte UK’s most creative and in demand improvisers, the band will perform all new original music from the show.
Heavy synths, strong horn lines and beautifully crafted vocals blend seamlessly, set against a magnificent combo of gritty, driving bass and vibrant, energy-filled drums.
David Austin Grey: Piano/Synths
Eliza Shaddad: Vocals
Chris Young: Alto Sax
Lluis Mather: Tenor Sax/Flute
Nick Jurd: Bass
Euan Palmer: Drums