Jazz listings for The Flute and Tankard, Cardiff - December 2018 and January 2019.
Wednesday, November 07, 2018
Brenda O’Brien writes;
The Flute and Tankard
4 Windsor Place
Cardiff CF10 3BX
Start time Music 9.00pm - 11.15pm
Admission £7/£5 Students (normally)
Subject: Flute and Tankard Jazz Listings December/January
Tuesday 4th December - Raving Hush - Led By Rachel Head (sax) and Dave Bush (sax),Frazer McIntosh(piano),
Eddie Jones West (drums) and Ben Manning (bass) Play new original
Wednesday 5th December - RWCMD - Showcase, Another two setter from the talented students on the jazz course.
Tuesday 11th December - Helena Kay’s KIM Trio - led by Helen (sax) (Young Scottish Jazz Musican of the year 2015,
Peter Whittingham Award 2017) Ferg Ireland (Kansas Smittys) on
double bass and David Ingamells (Yamaha Jass Scholarship 2013)
Playing a varied mixture of Helean’s originals and tunes from the
Wednesday 12th December - Joe Northwood - Brings his great band to give you their version of John Coltrane’s Music
Tuesday 8th January - Frazer McIntosh Group - Frazer (piano) Leads a great lineup bringing his new project to the
Flute and Tankard.
Wednesday 9th January - Iain Balamy Quartet - Ian (sax), Huw Warren (piano), Yuri Goloubev (bass) and Hopefully
Martin France (drums) First Set the Quartet, second set with RWCMD students.
Tuesday 15th January - Thom Voyce Group - Bring a night of Monk and Mingus stuff.
Wednesday 16th January - The Welcome Rain - Graeme Flowers (trumpet), Tommy Emmerton (guitar) and a great rhythm section.
Tuesday 22nd January - Huw V Williams Group Details to be confirmed
Wednesday 23rd January - Bruno Heinen Trio - Bruno (piano) Andrea De Biase (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums)
Bring an amazing evening of original music.
Tuesdday 29th January - RWCMD Showcase - Double setter featuring the great RWC Jazz Students who feature
Wednesday 30th January - Banshee - This great trio invite you to join them in a night of open stage music improvisation.
Bring your instruments and join in when you feel the urge to make music.
JAZZ MANN FEATURES
An intriguing evening of music making that once again mixed genres at a whim. Ian Mann on the latest edition of Trish Clowes' Emulsion Festival, w. guest musicians Alexander Hawkins & Percy Pursglove.
Ian Mann enjoys the Jazz Alley and Charity Swing Party events at the Market Hall with performances by Wonderbrass, Tarion, Rebelinx and The Electric Swing Circus.