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JOHN PAUL JONES CONTRIBUTES MUSIC TO THE NEW GERALD THOMAS PLAY THROATS

28 February 2011 3,963 views 2 Comments

The first fruits of John Paul Jones’ involvement with avant-garde composer Gerald Thomas can be heard in a new stage play.

Throats by Gerald Thomas, features a piano solo composition by John. The play is currently running at Pleasence Theatre, Islington in London and ends on March 27th.

For further detail check  London Dry Opera and Pleasance Islington

For more on John Paul Jones and Gerald Thomas plans to work together see Gerald Thomas Blog  

John is currently appearing in the Anna Nicole opera at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.  The opera which has garnered much press coverage, ends it’s run with performances this week on Tuesday and Friday.

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  • Kathy Urich said:

    JPJ you are simply amazing! Music in all its many forms is clearly a life force for hin. Glen, I wouldn’r be suprised if thats the next news we hear…”JPJ now Choirnaster at Winchester Cathedral”. He can do that in between his TCV shows and his other gigs. I think the bright lights of Broadway are next.

  • Glen said:

    Does the man never rest!! He could squeeze in a stint as the choirmaster at Winchester Cathedral at this rate – that’s the job John really wants.

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