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6 October 2012
£15 / £12 (special talk + jazz eve offer £20 / £18)
On the launch day of Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow, Turner Contemporary stays open late to celebrate this new exhibition and Katz's love of jazz.
Ronnie Scott's house pianist James Pearson will play especially for visitors, with his 'ferocious piano technique coupled with a sense of musicality rarely heard'.
'James Pearson is an exceptionally gifted artist. His masterful playing makes him head and shoulders above the rest of his contemporaries. He shows signs of true greatness'.
Sir John Dankworth, jazz legend
Watch a film of James Pearson performing with John Dankworth here
Hear James Pearson talk to Paul Merton and showing him backstage at Ronnie Scott's jazz Club here
. Special opening day hours 12.30 - 8pm
On Saturday 6 October, Turner Contemporary opens at 12.30pm and stays open late until 8pm, to celebrate the opening of Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow.
As well as Alex Katz in conversation with Matthew Collings, we're hosting another very special event:
Alex Katz in conversation with broadcaster Matthew Collings
Special ticket offer:
Come to the talk and the jazz evening and save £5!
Talk + Jazz evening ticket for just £20 / £18 concessions
Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow has been developed in collaboration with Tate St Ives.