October 1, 2014

Originally from New Zealand, Mark de Clive-Lowe has brought his jazz-inspired sound across the Pacific to the U.S., where he is currently settled after spending a decade in London in the UK underground scene. It's safe to say that he's as talented a collaborator as he is a composer, working with a variety of artists from Sheila E. to Lauryn Hill. But tonight, you'll get to experience his own compositions. So sit back and enjoy the carefully-layered and multi-textured arrangements that Mark de Clive Lowe has to offer.

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