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Frank Harrison took up the piano at 11, and began playing gigs when he was 15. After taking up a scholarship at Berklee School Of Music, Boston, he returned to the UK and joined Gilad Atzmon’s Orient House Ensemble. The band regularly tours Europe, playing at major Jazz and World music festivals. Frank has also performed with Tim Garland, Peter King, Julian Arguelles, Bobby Wellins, Julian Siegel, Don Weller, John Etheridge, Louis Stewart and Iain Ballamy.

Frank's trio features Dave Whitford (Bill Frisell, John Taylor, Kenny Wheeler) on bass and Enzo Zirilli (Bob Mintzer, Tom Harrell, Enrico Pieranunzi) on drums. They have released four albums and regularly tour the UK, Europe and the Far East.


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”Cranium-shattering levels of intensity” The Guardian

“The most elliptical, preoccupied overtures develop unexpected fireworks” The Guardian

“Lucid, intelligent, spacious and beautifully controlled explorations” Jazzwise

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Album Our New Earth by Sirkis/Bialas IQ

Our New Earth

MoonJune Records
2019

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Album Lunaris by Frank Harrison

Lunaris

Linus Records
2014

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Album Sideways by Frank Harrison

Sideways

Linus Entertainment
2012

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