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Top Studio jazz series of concerts at The Other Palace Studio, London, March to July 2019.

Monday, February 11, 2019

We have received the following press release;

Top Studio Jazz
JBGB Events

Five Swinging Thursday jazz concerts, from March to July 2019 at The Other Palace Studio, presented by & featuring the British jazz great pianist, arranger & band leader Chris Ingham.

The Other Palace Studio
12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Box Office: 0207 087 7900

Studio Gallery £30
Studio Floor £25
Studio Upper Gallery £20
Studio Standing £20

Thursday 28th March
Jazz At The Movies - Swinging Sounds from the silver screen
“Sophisticated, stylish vocals…performance and production quality remains high throughout” Jazz Journal
Melody, erudition and wit from acclaimed chanteuse Joanna Eden, clarinet star of the John Wilson Orchestra Mark Crooks and the Chris Ingham Trio. Featuring cult music from The Pink Panther, Gilda, Vertigo, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Aristocrats and The Fabulous Baker Boys with songs by Bacharach, Barry, Bricusse, Sondheim and many others.
Tickets £30, £25, £20 - Performance 8pm
“Eden’s songs have melody, mystery and bite” Mojo Magazine
“Eden writes sharp-witted, well-crafted songs and sings them sweetly and with conviction”
London Evening Standard

25th April
Art Themen plays Sonny Rollins
“One of the tiny handful of undeniably perfect jazz musicians” OBSERVER
The legendarily exciting, playful and inventive saxophonist and beloved character of the British jazz scene for over 50 years. From Alexis Korner to Stan Tracey, Art remains as brilliant and inimitable as ever. With Chris Ingham (piano), Arnie Somogyi (bass) and George Double (drums).
Tickets £30, £25, £20 - Performance 8pm

30th May
Salute to STÉPHANE with Ben Holder and Julian Marc Stringle
“Holder is an extraordinary talent” FESTJAZZ (France)
Incendiary Hot Club swing excitement with Ben Holder, a young violinist who has graduated from child prodigy status to being the incredible rising star of Stéphane Grappelli-style jazz fiddle, and Julian Marc Stringle, the most exciting swing clarinettist in the country. With Chris Ingham (piano), Joe Pettitt (bass) and Sebastian De Krom (drums).éphane-with-ben-holder-and-julian-marc-stringle.html
Tickets £30, £25, £20 - Performance 8pm

27th June
The Jazz Of Dudley Moore
“Swing, humour and poignancy…a jazz joy” MOJO
A long-overdue reclamation of the beloved comic actor as an individual and undervalued British musician, with loving interpretations of Dudley’s witty and affecting 1960s jazz and soundtrack music. Rated “a vibrant and moving homage” by US jazz magazine Downbeat, the show features Chris Ingham (piano), Paul Higgs (trumpet), Geoff Gascoyne (bass) and George Double (drums).
Tickets £30, £25, £20 - Performance 8pm

25th July
Alan Barnes and Mark Nightingale play Ellington and Strayhorn
“Barnes plays music that was radical 50 years ago… with so much passion and energy you could believe it was minted on the spot” GUARDIAN
Award-winning, hugely expressive and laconic multi-reedsman Alan Barnes and acclaimed virtuoso trombonist Mark Nightingale interpret the rich and resonant compositions of Duke Ellington and his creative partner of 28 years, Billy Strayhorn. With Chris Ingham (piano), Dave Green (bass) and Steve Brown (drums).
Tickets £30, £25, £20 - Performance 8pm

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