Jazz & Dinner at Broomhill - Bahla

Bahla is a London-based 5 piece outfit, breaking new ground with their unique mix of cinematic jazz entangled with Jewish folklore. By learning how different cultures have met in the past, they have developed a way to organically marry th

Bahla is a London-based 5 piece outfit, breaking new ground with their unique mix of cinematic jazz entangled with Jewish folklore. By learning how different cultures have met in the past, they have developed a way to organically marry their individual influences into an arresting and dynamic sound of their own. Formed by Venezuelan pianist Joseph Costi and English guitarist Tal Janes while studying together in London, their meeting un- earthed a sound world of Jewish folk melodies hidden in their memories from childhood, albeit in two different corners of the world. They curiously began researching and learning about the wide spread geography and history of the music, ranging from North-African rhythms, liturgical melodies and yiddish art songs from Russia. Bahla was born to bring their findings to life.​ Their debut album Imprints is a collection of 8 songs inspired by different stories of identity, migration and displacement. The music is home to many different influences ranging from Radiohead to Polar Bear and Shai Maestro, but has kept Jewish folk traditions at its core. Music and culture are joined at the hip and particularly in the current climate, Bahla have been driven to show that it is not only possible for different cultures to meet peacefully, but these moments of collaboration can lead to something new and exciting. Across the album, a distinctive palette is underset by a bold and dynamic rhythm section, while radiant vocals – echoing the modal form of Jewish prayer music – rise and fall over searching, delicate melodies on keys and guitar. Since their debut performance at the late BBC Proms, Bahla have kept a busy schedule including performances at the London Jazz Festival and Brecon Jazz Festival, and will support the release of Imprints with a number of UK shows in 2018. Inês Loubet - Voice Tal Janes - Guitar Joseph Costi - Piano Andrea Di Biase - Double Bass Ben Brown - Drums
Muddiford
Barnstaple
Devon
EX31 4EX
01271 850262

Catering

  • Bar
  • Restaurant / Cafe on site

Establishment Features

  • Available for wedding receptions

Parking & Transport

  • Coach parking available

Additional facilities

  • Book online
  • Child / family friendly
  • Credit / debit cards accepted
  • Evening meals
  • Garden for guest use
  • Leisure facilities
  • Licenced premises
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire / Open fireplace
  • Residents lounge
  • Short breaks available
  • Special diets catered for
  • Tea / Coffee facilities
  • Television
  • Walker friendly
  • WiFi

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Ticketing and entry prices for Jazz & Dinner at Broomhill - Bahla

Type Guide price
Single £12.50 Single
Single £7.50 Single
Concession £5.00 Concession
22/02/2018 to 22/02/201819:30 - 22:30

Road Directions

From Barnstaple, A39 towards Lynton, then left onto the B3230 towards Ilfracombe. Broomhill is sign posted 2 miles after the N.D.D.Hospital.

 

On foot

 

Probably the most spectacular way to arrive in North Devon is to follow the South West Cost Path along the North Somerset and North Devon coasts to Lynton, Ilfracombe and then inland to Barnstaple and Broomhill. More information including maps and links to accommodation here.

 

By bicycle

 

The North Devon area is well served by national and local cycle routes. Detailed maps and information here.

 

By car

 

From the east, North Devon is best reached along the A361 then the A39. This route is reached from Junction 27 on the M5. If you are travelling from the west or south the best access is via the A39 up through Bude or the A386 from Okehampton. Follow the road to Lynton from Barnstaple town centre, then turn left towards Ilfracombe after the hospital. More information here.

Public Transport Directions

 

By coach

 

National Express operate schedules services from London, the Midlands and elsewhere to North Devon. More information here.

 

By train

 

North Devon is served by the Tarka Line from Exeter St David's to Barnstaple. One of the countries prettiest scheduled train routes, it provides a beautiful entry to North Devon. Train schedules from your local station are available here.

 

By boat

 

If you are arriving by sea - then you will want mooring facilities. More information is available here(it is a site dealing with boat launching but includes contact details for mooring arrangements in North Devon.

 

By ferry

 

To and from Lundy Island there is a ferry based at Bideford Harbour. More information here.

From France, Brittany Ferries offer a regular service from Roscoff in Britanny to Plymouth. More information here.

 

By air

 

There are scheduled flights from Shannon, Eire and the Channel Islands to Exeter Airport and from Paris, Cork, Gatwick and other places in the UK to Plymouth Airport. More information here: Exeter or Plymouth

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Jazz & Dinner at Broomhill - Bahla

Muddiford
Barnstaple
Devon
EX31 4EX
01271 850262
Bahla is a London-based 5 piece outfit, breaking new ground with their unique mix of cinematic jazz entangled with Jewish folklore. By learning how different cultures have met in the past, they have developed a way to organically marry their individual influences into an arresting and dynamic sound of their own. Formed by Venezuelan pianist Joseph Costi and English guitarist Tal Janes while studying together in London, their meeting un- earthed a sound world of Jewish folk melodies hidden in their memories from childhood, albeit in two different corners of the world. They curiously began researching and learning about the wide spread geography and history of the music, ranging from North-African rhythms, liturgical melodies and yiddish art songs from Russia. Bahla was born to bring their findings to life.​ Their debut album Imprints is a collection of 8 songs inspired by different stories of identity, migration and displacement. The music is home to many different influences ranging from Radiohead to Polar Bear and Shai Maestro, but has kept Jewish folk traditions at its core. Music and culture are joined at the hip and particularly in the current climate, Bahla have been driven to show that it is not only possible for different cultures to meet peacefully, but these moments of collaboration can lead to something new and exciting. Across the album, a distinctive palette is underset by a bold and dynamic rhythm section, while radiant vocals – echoing the modal form of Jewish prayer music – rise and fall over searching, delicate melodies on keys and guitar. Since their debut performance at the late BBC Proms, Bahla have kept a busy schedule including performances at the London Jazz Festival and Brecon Jazz Festival, and will support the release of Imprints with a number of UK shows in 2018. Inês Loubet - Voice Tal Janes - Guitar Joseph Costi - Piano Andrea Di Biase - Double Bass Ben Brown - Drums

Facilities

Catering

  • Bar
  • Restaurant / Cafe on site

Establishment Features

  • Available for wedding receptions

Parking & Transport

  • Coach parking available

Additional facilities

  • Book online
  • Child / family friendly
  • Credit / debit cards accepted
  • Evening meals
  • Garden for guest use
  • Leisure facilities
  • Licenced premises
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire / Open fireplace
  • Residents lounge
  • Short breaks available
  • Special diets catered for
  • Tea / Coffee facilities
  • Television
  • Walker friendly
  • WiFi

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