After 6 full length albums, innumerable sold out shows, a 12-performance national tour and performing in some of the most notable and highly sought after venues The Daimon Brunton Quintet joined with a classical chamber quartet to create some of the most magical, inspiring and technically challenging music created.
Filmed in Santa Maria College’s Benedictine Theatre on a stage with 150 candles and 8 high-definition cameras.
The goal: to create groundbreaking, inspirational music and bring the audience ‘inside’ the music and on the stage with the ensemble.
The resulting videos are awe-inspiring and we would love you to enjoy them in your own time.
Personnel: Daimon Brunton – trumpet Adam Donaldson – drums Zac White – guitar Sebastian Barahona – bass Mina Yu – piano Jackson Fumberger – violin Eugenie Lyons – viola Ella Moulton – french horn Stuart Collidge – trombone/euphonium
Video capture and editing and additional audio editing and enhancements – Paul Bonnington Audio capture and editing – Adam Donaldson
‘Ground Effect’ – The Daimon Brunton Quintet + Chamber Quartet
‘Gotta Get Up’ – The Daimon Brunton Quintet + Chamber Quartet
‘Bolley’s Bop’ – The Daimon Brunton Quintet + Chamber Quartet
‘Wheel Spinning’ – The Daimon Brunton Quintet + Chamber Quartet
On Thursday 23rd March we celebrate the FINAL SHOW of The Daimon Brunton Quintet PLUS Chamber Quartet.
To mark the occasion we will be releasing – on the night – four of the most exquisite and beautiful music videos to ever drop.
Featuring a dedicated theatre space, 150+ candles, 8 high-definition cameras and the full 9-piece On Thursday 23rd March we celebrate the FINAL SHOW of The Daimon Brunton Quintet PLUS Chamber Quartet they are truly special.
Furthermore, we have life-changing announcement for the band that we will also unveil on the night. This is quite literally (and without exaggeration) the biggest event in band’s 26 year history.
This is a not-to-be missed event! (tickets available via the link below)….
On the weekend the Daimon Brunton Quintet PLUS Chamber Quartet begun recording an incredible series of works. More exciting information on this coming soon!
More immediately though The Daimon Brunton Quintet hits Open Studio on Thursday 10th November for the bands’ final gig of 2022. With special guests in the pipeline this will be an amazing night that will leave you feeling excited, inspired and with a smile from ear to ear! Grab your ticket and get on down!
Last night at The Paris Cat Jazz Club was truly wonderful and we wish to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who came down!
The room was jam packed and it seemed fitting as The Daimon Brunton Quintet combined with The Daimon Brunton Chamber Quartet made for a remarkable night of music that forged new pathways and broke new ground in the art form.
Coming up; on Thursday 11th August; The Daimon Brunton Quintet hits Open Studio! The band is welcoming Sean Newell on drums and Dylan Lynton on guitar. These are two energetic and outrageously talented musicians and I personally can’t wait to jump on stage and revel in the raw energy these artists will bring.
Tickets for that show are available via the link below:
On Thursday 21st July a truly ground breaking gig is happening at The Paris Cat Jazz Club!!
The Daimon Brunton Quintet (DBQ) is undoubtedly the most exciting live band experience happening now and for the very first time ever an electric, jazz/funk band is fusing with a classical chamber group.
This will be a jaw dropping event!!
Influenced by Clifford Brown in the mid 1950s; Freddie Hubbard in the early 1970s, Miles Davis in the late 1970s Miles Davis DBQ plays with an indomitable intensity and energy and now this unique sound is fusing with the lush and opulent sounds of a chamber quartet.
This gig will have everything! Raw energy, sophisticated arrangements, grand soundscapes, iconic melodies and 9 musicians playing beyond themselves.
DBQ has just released their sixth full-length album are about to record their seventh full length album and are at the peak of their powers.
The Daimon Brunton Quintet is always a visceral, engaging, intoxicating and exciting experience but adding a chamber quartet will dial this up even further.