Fergus McCreadie

  • Monday | 13.05.24
  • 7.00pm
  • Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
  • £18 Advance / £...

In the dynamic landscape of contemporary jazz, Scottish pianist and composer Fergus McCreadie has carved a remarkable niche.

Since 2021 his career has skyrocketed, propelled him into the international limelight by two acclaimed releases: his debut album Edition Records, “Cairn” (2021), set the stage for a journey deeply rooted in natural themes, while “Forest Floor” (2022) was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize and clinching Scottish Album of the Year – the first ever Scottish jazz album to do so.

McCreadie’s latest venture, “Stream,” continues this intriguing exploration, this time delving into the essence of water. Accompanied by his long-standing comrades David Bowden (double bass) and Stephen Henderson (drums), Fergus’s music flows through the rich landscapes of Scottish folklore and the sophisticated avenues of contemporary jazz, blending them seamlessly.

Artists on stage: 8.00pm
Curfew: 11.00pm
Stage: Music Room