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Frank Harrison

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 band. In 2000 they started the Orient House Ensemble, with whom Frank has recorded seven albums, including BBC Jazz Album Of The Year 2003, Exile. The band regularly tours Europe, playing at major Jazz and World music festivals. Frank has also performed with Peter King, Julian Arguelles, Julian Siegel, Don Weller, Alan Barnes, John Etheridge, Louis Stewart and Iain Ballamy.

In 2006 Frank formed a trio with drummer Stephen Keogh and bassist Aidan O’Donnell

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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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Discography

Lunaris

Lunaris

Linus Records
2014

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Sideways

Sideways

Linus Entertainment
2012

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One

One

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Sideways

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