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Allison Neale

US born, UK based alto saxophonist and flautist specialising in mainstream jazz and influenced by Paul Desmond and Art Pepper. Latest album “Quietly There” (Ubuntu Music, Spetmber 2020) features an Anglo-American quartet comprised of Neale (alto), Peter Bernstein (guitar), Dave green (double bass) and Steve Brown (drums).

Niclas Bardeleben

Copenhagen based drummer and bandleader. His 2020 release “N.O. In My Heart, Cph In My Blood” features a Danish sextet playing contemporary arrangements of traditional New Orleans jazz.

Meraki

Trio led by pianist and composer Jacky Naylor and featuring Nick Jurd (double bass) and Jonathan Silk (drums). Eponymous debut album released on Ubuntu Music in August 2020.

Dave Milligan Trio

An international collaboration between the Scottish pianist and composer Dave Milligan and the Italian musicians Danilo Gall (double bass) and U.T. Gandhi (drums).
Digital album “Momento” released August 2020.

Mino Cinelu / Nils Petter Molvaer

Duo featuring the French percussionist and vocalist Mino Cinelu and the Norwegian trumpeter Nils Petter Molvaer. Album “SulaMadiana” (Modern Recordings) released August 2020.

Magpie Trio

Trio led by drummer Sam Jesson and featuring George Crowley (tenor sax) and Tom Farmer (double bass). Their self released album “Live” (2020) features contemporary interpretations of standards, particularly material associated with pianist Ahmad Jamal.

Julian Nicholas / Emil Viklicky / Petr Dvorsky / Dave Wickins

Anglo-Czech Quartet featuring Julian Nicholas (tenor sax), Emil Viklicky (piano), Petr Dvorsky (double bass) and the late Dave Wickins (drums). Concert recording “One Two Thrre Four” released on Beeboss Records in memory of Wickins.

TRYPL

UK based Latin-Jazz ensemble co-led by Trevor Mires (trombone), Ryan Quigley (trumpet) and Paul Booth (reeds). Also featuring Alex Wilson (piano), Dimitris Christopoulos ( bass) , Edwin Sanz (percussion) and either Tristan Banks or Davide Giovanni (drums). Eponymous debut album released on Ubuntu Records in August 2020.

Alex Woods Quartet

Quartet led by the Birmingham born alto saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator Alex Woods. His debut album “Highline” (Stoney Lane Records, 2020) was recorded in the USA with an international quartet featuring Billy Test (piano), Marty Kenney (bass) and Andreas Svendsen (drums).

Coltrane Dedication

Welsh quintet dedicated to “Celebrating the legacy of John Coltrane”. Debut album “yn yr Amgueueddfa – a the Museum” is alive recording featuring Lyndon Owen – Tenor & Soprano Saxophones, Caractacus Downes – Tenor & Baritone Saxophones, Dave Jones - Piano, Ashley John Long-  Double Bass, Ian Poole – Drums.

Waaju

London based ‘world jazz’ quintet led by drummer/ percussionist Ben Brown and featuring Tal Janes (guitar), Sam Rapley (saxophone), Joe Downard (bass) and Ernesto Marichales (congas, percussion). Latest album “Grown” (Olindo Records) released June 2020.

3 Cane Whale

“Multi-instrumental acoustic trio from Bristol” featuring Pete Judge, Alex Vann and Paul Bradley.

Jamil Sheriff Quintet featuring Beverley Beirne

Quintet led by Yorkshire based pianist and composer Jamil Sheriff and featuring Beverley Beirne (vocals), Nadim Teimoori (tenor sax), Garry Jackson (bass) and Dave Walsh (drums). This line up was assembled to perform Sheriff’s “The Ilkley Suite”, written 2018 to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Ilkley Jazz Festival.

James Copus

Young British trumpeter and composer, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music. A prolific sideman and session musician Copus released his debut solo album “Dusk” on Ubuntu Music in July 2020, leading an international quartet featuring Tom Cawley (piano, synth), Conor Chaplin (double bass) and American drummer Jason Brown.

Tim Rose

London based guitarist and composer. Rose is a prolific session musician but also leads a quartet featuring Graeme Flowers (trumpet), Phil Donnelly (electric bass) and John Humphrey (drums). Album “Fact & Opinion” released March 2020.

Ferdinando Romano

Italian double bassist and composer. His leadership debut “Totem” (Losen Records, 2020) features a sextet comprising of Simone Alessandrini (alto & soprano sax), Tommaso Iacoviello (flugelhorn), Nazareno Caputo (vibes & marimba), Manuel Magrini (piano) and Giovanni Paolo Liguori (drums), plus guest American trumpeter Ralph Alessi.

Kansas Smitty’s

London based septet led by saxophonist and clarinettist Giacomo Smith and featuring Pete Horsfall (trumpet), Alec Harper (tenor sax), Joe Webb (piano), Dave Archer (guitar), Ferg Ireland (bass) and Will Cleasby (drums). Latest album “Things Happened Here” (June 2020) features original compositions by Smith. The band also own their own bar /jazz venue of the same name in Hackney, East London.

The Jerry Granelli Trio

North American trio led by veteran drummer Jerry Granelli and featuring pianist Jamie Saft and bassist Bradley Christopher Jones. The album “Plays Vince Guaraldi & Mose Allison was released on RareNoise Records in June 2020.

Pascal Schumacher

Luxembourg based vibraphonist, composer and bandleader. His latest release “Sol” (2020) represents his first entirely solo recording.

Joe Downard

Young London based Bassist and composer. Debut album “Seven Japanese Tales” released on Ubuntu Music in 2020.

David Beebee Quartet

Quartet led by pianist and composer David Beebee and featuring Julian Nicholas (tenor & Soprano saxes), Jakub Cywinski (double bass) and Eric Ford (drums). Eponymous debut album released on the leader’s own Beeboss label in early 2020.

Alice Zawadzki / Rob Luft Duo

Alice Zawadzki (vocals, violin), Rob Luft (guitar).

Dominic Ingham

Young Yorkshire born violinist, vocalist and composer who first came to prominence with the quintet Bonsai. Ingham also leads his own quintet featuring Jonny Mansfield (vibes), David Swan (piano), Will Sach (bass) and Boz Martin-Jones (drums). This line up released the excellent “Role Models” (2020), Ingham’s leadership debut.

Scott Robinson

American multi-instrumentalist, composer, improviser and educator proficient on a remarkable array of reed and brass instruments.

Pete Judge

Bristol based multi-instrumentalist, composer and improviser best known as the trumpeter with Get The Blessing. Judge has also released two albums of solo piano music, the second volume issued in April 2020.

Niels Lan Doky

Born in 1963 of Danish and Vietnamese parentage the prolific pianist and composer Niels Lan Doky studied and worked in the USA before eventually returning to his native Denmark. His latest album “River Of Time” features the young Danish musicians Tobias Dall (bass) and Niclas Bardeleben (drums).

Avishai Cohen (Trumpet)

Tel Aviv born trumpeter and composer who spent several years in the US before returning to Israel. His latest album “Big Vicious” (ECM, March 2020) features his Israeli quintet of the same name.

Matt Gold

Chicago based guitarist / composer / songwriter. Debut album “Imagined Sky” released on Whirlwind Recordings in May 2020.

Gary Husband & Markus Reuter

Duo featuring Gary Husband (piano) and Markus Reuter (guitar, electronics). Improvised album “Music of our Times” released on MoonJune Records in April 2020.

The Dave Ingham Group

Quartet led by East Anglia based saxophonist, flautist, composer and educator Dave Ingham. Also fearuring Stephen Mynott (guitar), Vilem Hais (double bass) and Azzy King (drums, percussion). Latest album “A Sea of Green” released spring 2020.

Wolfgang Muthspiel

Austrian born guitarist and composer with over forty recordings as a leader to his credit. His latest album “Angular Blues” (ECM Records, March 2020) tems him with stellar American rhythm team of Scott Colley (double bass) and Brian Blade (drums).

Bruno Heinen Trio

Trio led by pianist and composer Bruno Heinen and featuring Andrea Di Biase (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums). Album “Out of Doors” released on the leader’s own Heinen Records imprint in May 2020.

Felix Jay

Multi-instrumentalist (bass, keyboards, percussion) based in the Cotswolds. “Trio”, a 2019 triple album release on his own Hermetic record label presents three different projects with prominent contributions coming from guitarist Rob Luft and trumpeter Byron Wallen.

Chip Wickham

UK born flautist, saxophonist and composer, specialising in ‘spiritual jazz’. Latest album “Blue To Red” released on Lovemonk Records in May 2020.

Orjan Hulten Orion featuring Ernie Bruce

A collaboration between the Swedish quartet Orion, led by the Swedish saxophonist Orjan Hulten, and the Liberian vocalist Ernie Bruce. Album “Liberia Ballad” released in April 2020.

Chris Montague

North East born guitarist, composer and improviser who was a co-founder of the band Troyka and who has worked with saxophonist Trish Clowes and vocalist / guitarist / songwriter Sarah Gillespie among others. In May 2020 he released his debut as a leader, “Warmer Than Blood”, for Whirlwind Recordings in the company of long standing collaborators Kit Downes (acoustic piano) and Ruth Goller (electric bass).

John Law’s Congregation

Quartet led by John Law (piano,keyboards, composer) and featuring James Mainwaring (saxophone, guitar, electronics), Ashley John Long (double bass) and Billy Weir (drums). Album “Configuration” released on Ubuntu Music in May 2020.

Beresford Harries

Improvising duo featuring Charlie Beresford (acoustic guitar, voice) and Tim Harries (double bass). Album “Neutral Tones”, inspired by the works of Thomas Hardy,  digitally released on Bersford’s The 52nd label in April 2020.

Tony Kofi

Nottingham born, London based saxophonist and composer, a stalwart of the UK jazz scene with several recordings to his credit, the latest “Another Kind Of Soul” released in April 2020.

Ian Shaw / Iain Ballamy / Jamie Safir

All star trio featuring Ian Shaw (vocals), Iain Ballamy (tenor sax) and Jamie Safir (piano). Album “What’s New” released April 2020.

Oded Tzur

Tel Aviv born, New York based tenor saxophonist and composer who has developed a unique approach to his instrument based upon the techniques of Indian classical music.
His latest album “Here Be Dragons”, released on ECM in February 2020 features an international quartet including Nitai Hershkovits (piano), Petros Klampanis (double bass) and Johnathan Blake (drums).

Claire Victoria Roberts

Welsh born, Manchester based vocalist, violinist and pianist who combines a solo career with membership of the Texas Swing ensemble The Swing Commanders. Debut solo album “Cheating Hearts” released in early 2020.

What? Quartet

Freely improvising quartet based in the Welsh Borders featuring Charlie Beresford (guitar), Sonia Hammond (cello), Gerry Gold (trumet, flugelhorn) and Rod Paton (french horn, piano, melodica, voice). Album “What?” released March 2020.

The John Donegan Sextet

Sextet led by the Irish born, UK based pianist and composer John Donegan and featuring Steve Fishwick – trumpet, flugelhorn Tommaso Starace – alto & soprano sax, Alex Hitchcock- tenor sax, Paul Jefferies – double bass, Greg McCarthy – drums. Latest album “A Kite for Kate” released on Jayde Records in 2019.

Stillefelt

‘Quiet’ electro-improvising trio led by Birmingham based musician Chris Mapp (bass, electronics) and featuring Percy Pursglove (trumpet, flugelhorn) and Thomas Seminar Ford (guitar, electronics). Eponymoue debut album released on the Birmingham based Stoney Lane record label, April 2020.

The George Colligan Trio

Trio led by the American pianist and composer George Colligan and featuring the Irish musicians Darren Beckett (drums) and David Redmond (double bass). Concert recording “Live In Arklow” released on Ubuntu Music in April 2020.

Martin Speake & Faith Brackenbury

Duo comprised of Martin Speake (alto saxophone) and Faith Breckenbury (violin, viola, vocals). The largely improvised recording “Zephyr” was released on Speake’s Pumpkin record label in 2018.

Sefrial

New Bristol based quintet founded by Sophie Stockham (alto sax) and featuring Jake McMurchie (tenor sax), Joe Wilkins (guitar), Greg Cordez (bass) and Matt Brown (drums).
Eponymous debut album featuring all original material released in March 2020.

Melt Yourself Down

London based sextet founded and led by saxophonist Pete Wareham and fronted by vocalist Kush Gaya. Albumes include “Maelt Yourself Down” (2013), Last Days On Earth (2016) and 100% Yes (2019). The current line up includes Ruth Goller (electric bass), George Crowley (saxophones), Adam betts (drums) and Zands Duggan (percussion).

Moostak Trio

New trio led by the young London based guitarist and composer Harry Christelis and featuring Andrea Di Biase (double bass) and Dave Storey (drums). Eponymous debut album released on Clonmell Jazz Social Records in March 2020.

Agile Experiments

Agile Experiments is the generic name for a monthly series of experimental music nights curated by the Anglo-Italian drummer and multi-instrumentalist Dave De Rose that take place at The Empire Bar in Hackney, London. The album “Alive In The Empire” features one such performance by a quartet featuring Dave De Rose – drums, John Edwards – double bass, George Crowley – saxophone & FX Dan Nicholls – synths, samples & FX.

Linley Hamilton Quintet

International quintet led by Northern Irish trumpeter Linley Hamilton featuring the Irish musicians Derek ‘Doc’ O’Connor (tenor sax) and Cian Boylan (piano, organ) together with the Americans Mark Egan (electric bass) and Adam Nussbaum (drums). Album “For The Record” released March 2020.

Will Vinson

London born alto saxophonist and composer who emigrated to the US in 1999 and is now a leading figure on the New York jazz scene with eight albums to his credit as a leader. Latest album “Four Forty One” released January 2020.

Byron Wallen

London based trumpeter, composer, bandleader and educator. Latest album “Portrait : Reflections On Belonging” released in February 2020.

Karen Sharp Trio

New trio led by Karen Sharp (tenor & baritone saxes) and featuring Colin Oxley (guitar) and Simon Thorpe (double bass). Album “Another Place” released February 2020.

Victoria Klewin with the Jim Barber Trio

One off quartet that appeared at Brecon Jazz Club on 10th March 2020 and which teamed Bristol based vocalist Victoria Klewin with a Cardiff based trio led by pianist Jim Barber and featuring Ashley John Long (double bass) and Ian Poole (drums).

The Gaz Hughes Sextet

Sextet led by Manchester based drummer Gaz Hughes and featuring Alan Barnes (alto & baritone saxes), Dean Masser (tenor sax), Bruce Adams (trumpet), Andrzej Baranek (piano) and Ed Harrison (double bass). Debut album “Plays Art Blakey” self released in 2019.

Pulled by Magnets

New electro-jazz trio led by drummer and composer Sebastian Rochford and featuring Pete Wareham (tenor sax, electronics) and Neil Charles (electric bass, electronics).
Debut album “Rose Golden Doorways” released February 2020.

Johnny Hunter

Manchester based drummer, composer, improviser and bandleader who leads his own groups and is also a prolific sideman on the Manchester, Liverpool and London jazz scenes.

Chris Batchelor’s Zoetic

World jazz quintet led by trumpeter and composer Chris Batchelor and featuring Margrit Hasler (viola), John Parricelli (guitar), Steve Watts (double bass) and Paul Clarvis (percussion).

Fergus McCreadie Trio

Trio led by the young Scottish pianist and composer Fergus McCreadie and featuring David Bowden (double bass) and Stephen Henderson (drums, percussion). Their debut album “Turas” has attracted considerable acclaim and won the award for “Best Album” at the 2019 Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

MoonMot

Co-operative Anglo-Swiss sextet featuring the British msuicians Dee Byrne (alto sax, effects), Cath Roberts (baritone sax), Seth Bennett (double bass) and Johnny Hunter (drums) and the Swiss musicians Simon Petermann (trombone, effects) and Oli Kuster (Fender Rhodes). Debut album “Going Down The Well” released on the Swiss label Unit Records in February 2020.

Remi Harris & The Electric Beat Combo

A new trio formed by guitarist Remi Harris that re-unites him with old school friends Shane Dixon (drums) and Darren Beale (electric bass) in a free wheeling, all instrumental blues and rock power trio.

Kevin Lawlor Trio

Trio led by the Irish drummer, composer, bandleader and educator Kevin Lawlor and featuring South Wales based musicians Dave Jones (piano) and Ashley John Long (double bass).

Matheus Prado Septet

Septet led by Brazilian born, Cardiff based bassist and composer Matheus Prado. Self released debut album “Childhood” released in 2018.

Joel Harrison

Versatile American guitarist and composer capable of playing in a variety of musical styles. His latest release “Still Point ; Turning World” (Whirlwind Recordings 2019) is a convincing blend of jazz, classical and Indian music and more.

According to the Sound

Duo featuring Adam Parry-Davies (piano, Rhodes, midi keyboard) and Patrick Case (guitar, programming). The album “Prism-a-Ning” (Losen Records 2020) teams them with a stellar cast of British & American jazz musicians.

Tom Rainey Trio

Long running improvising trio led by drummer Tom Rainey and featuring Ingrid Laubrock (tenor & soprano sax) and Mary Halvorson (guitar).

Xhosa Cole Quartet

Chordless quartet led by Birmingham based saxophonist and flautist Xhosa Cole and featuring Jay Phelps (trumpet), James Owston (double bass) and Jim Bashford (drums).

Jonny Mansfield

Huddersfield born drummer, vibraphonist, composer and band leader. His 2019 debut “Elftet” appears on the Edition record label and features his original compositions played by an eleven piece band plus guests. He also a member of the acclaimed quintet Bonsai.

Lynne Arriale Trio

Trio led by the American pianist and composer Lynne Arriale and featuring the Dutch musicians Jasper Somsen (double bass) and Jasper Van Hulten (drums). Their album “Gives Us These Days”, Arriale’s fourteenth as a leader,  first released on Challenge Records in 2018.

Overground Collective

Large ensemble led by Portuguese born, London based guitarist and composer Paulo Dias Duarte. Album “Super Mario” released on the Babel label in July 2019.

Steve Lehman Trio + Craig Taborn

Trio led by American alto saxophonist and composer Steve Lehman featuring Matt Brewer (double bass) and Damion Reid (drums). The album “The People I Love” (Pi Recordings, 2019) features the trio with guest pianist Craig Taborn.

The Swing Commanders

Manchester based ‘Texas Swing’ ensemble playing hits from the 1920s to 1950s. Their latest album, their fourth, “In Transit” was released in 2019.
Peter Riley – bass, vocals
Dan Smith – guitar, lap steel guitar, vocals
Claire Roberts – violin, piano, vocals
Siena Lloyd – tenor sax, clarinet, piano, accordion, vocals
Stuart Smith – drums, vocals

Calum Gourlay Quartet

Chordless quartet led by Scottish bassist and composer Calum Gourlay and featuring Helena Kay (tenor sax), Kieran McLeod (trombone) and James Maddren (drums). Debut album “New Ears” (Ubuntu Music) released December 2019.

Stan Sulzmann / Nikki Iles with special guest Dave Holland

The regular duo partnership of Stan Sulzmann (tenor sax) and Nikki Iles (piano) augmented by the double bass playing of special guest Dave Holland. Album “Lush Life” released on Jellymould Jazz in December 2019.

Dave O’Higgins & Rob Luft

Collaboration featuring tenor saxophonist Dave O’Higgins and guitarist Rob Luft, augmented by organist Scott Flanigan and drummer Rod Youngs. The album “Play Monk & Trane” (Ubuntu Music, 2019) offers commendably fresh takes on material associated with Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane.

Alan Barnes Octet

Alan Barnes - alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, composer, arranger
Bruce Adams - trumpet, flugelhorn
Mark Nightingale - trombone, arranger
Karen Sharp - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, clarinet
Robert Fowler - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, clarinet
David Newton - keyboard
Simon Thorpe - bass
Clark Tracey - drums

Daniel Karlsson Trio

Swedish trio led by pianist and composer Daniel Karlsson and featuring bassist Christian Sperng and drummer Fredrik Rundqvist. Their sixth and latest album “Fuse Number Eleven” was released on the Swedish label Brus & Knaster in 2019.

A Northern Code

Co-operative trio featuring the Scottish double bass player Andrew Robb and the Norwegian musicians Mathias Marstrander (guitar) and Sigurd Steinkopf (drums).Debut album “Boundaries” released on the Norwegian Ora Fonogram label in 2019.

Lars Danielsson Group

International quartet led by Swedish bassist, cellist and composer Lars Danielsson and featuring Gregory Privat (piano), John Parricelli (guitar) and Magnus Ostrom (drums). this line up appears on “Liberetto III”, Danielsson’s latest album in this series for ACT Records.

The Casimir Connection

New chamber jazz quartet led by saxophonist, pianist and composer Diane McLoughlin and featuring Pawel Grudzien (piano, violin), Kit Massey (violin) and Tim Fairhall (double bass). Debut album “Cause and Effect” released on Ciconia Records in 2019.

The Alan Barnes Octet featuring Josie Moon

Jazz and poetry collaboration featuring an octet led by saxophonist and composer Alan Barnes with the poet Josie Moon.

Snarky Puppy / Charlie Hunter & Lucy Woodward

Double bill seen by Ian at the O2 Bristol Academy, 08/11/2019. Snarky Puppy supported by the duo of guitarist Charlie Hunter and vocalist Lucy Woodward.

Jaimie Branch

American trumpeter, composer, bandleader and occasional vocalist whose releases as a leader include the acclaimed “Fly or Die” series of recordings.

Nicolas Meier World Group

Quartet led by Swiss born, London based guitarist and composer Nicolas Meier and featuring Richard Jones (violin), Kevin Glasgow (electric bass) and Demi Garcia (percussion). Album “Peaceful” released in 2019 on Meier’s own label, MGP Records.

Binker Golding

London based saxophonist, composer, educator and bandleader. Debut solo album “Abstractions of Reality Past and Incredible Feathers” released on Gearbox Records in September 2019 with a quartet featuring Joe Armon-Jones (piano), Daniel Casimir (double bass) and Sam Jones (drums).

Joachim Caffonnette Trio

Trio led by the Belgian pianist and composer Joachim Caffonnette and featuring the French musicians Alex Gilson (bass) and Jean-Baptiste Pinet (drums). Debut album “Vers L’Azur Noir” released on the German label Neuklang Records in November 2019.

Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science

New band formed by American drummer and composer Terri Lyne Carrington and featuring Aaron Parks – piano, keyboards, Matthew Stevens – guitar, Kassa Overall – MC/DJ, Debo Ray – vocals, Morgan Guerin – saxophone, EWI, bass. Their debut double album “Waiting Game” (November 2019) also features a number of illustrious guest vocalists and instrumentalists.

Radio Banska

‘World jazz’ quartet from Bath led by guitarist and composer Dave Spencer and currently featuring Tony Barby (guitar charango) Sol Ahmed (double bass) and Jon Clark (drums). Their 2011 debut album “The Balkan Courtesan” also features violinist and co-founder, the late Nina Trott.

Mike De Souza

London based guitarist and composer. His self released debut album “Slow Burn” (2019) features him leading a trio with Huw V Williams on bass and Jay Davis at the drums.

Sarah Morrow with the Dave Cottle Trio

Line up for a short series of Welsh dates in October 2019 featuring American trombonist and composer Sarah Morrow and the Swansea based trio of Dave Cottle (keyboard), Alun Vaughan (electric bass) and Paul Smith (drums).

Somersaults

Improvising trio featuring Olie Brice (double bass), Tobias Delius (tenor sax, clarinet) and Mark Sanders (drums, percussion). Eponymous debut album released in 2015 followed by “Numerology of Birdsong” in 2019.

Wendy Kirkland Quintet

Wendy Kirkland – piano, vocals Pat Sprakes – guitar, Roger Beaujolais – vibraphone, Paul Jefferies – double bass, Mitch Perrins – drums. As seen by Ian at Kidderminster Jazz Club, 03/10/2019.

Victoria Klewin

Bristol based vocalist, pianist and songwriter.

Quentin Collins Sextet

Anglo-American sextet led by the British trumpeter and composer Quentin Collins and featuring Meilana Gillard – alto sax, Leo Richardson – tenor sax, Dan Nimmer – piano & Rhodes, Joe Sanders – double bass, Willie Jones III – drums. Album “Road Warrior” (Ubuntu Music) released September 2019.

Tim Garland’s ‘Weather Walker’ Trio

Trio led by saxophonist and composer Tim Garland named after his 2018 album for Edition Records, “Weather Walker”. Also featuring Jason Rebello (piano) and Yuri Goloubev (double bass).

Rebecca Nash / Atlas

Atlas is a quintet led by keyboard player and composer Rebecca Nash the also features Nick Malcolm (trumpet), Thomas Seminar Ford (guitar, electronics), Chris Mapp (bass, electronics) and Matt Fisher (drums). The groups debut album “Peaceful King” (Whirlwind Recordings, July 2019) also includes guest contributions from Sara Colman (vocals, lyrics) and Nick Walters (electronics).

Atsuko Shimada with the Greg Sterland Trio

Collaboration seen at Brecon Jazz Club between the Japanese born pianist, composer and arranger Atsuko Shimada and the Anglo-Welsh trio of Greg Sterland (tenor sax), Aeddan Williams (double bass) and Jon Reynolds (drums).

Lady Nade Duo

Nadine Gingell, aka Lady Nade is a Bristol based vocalist, guitarist and songwriter who has released two albums of original material, “Hard To Forget” (2015) and “Safe Place” 2019. Her duo with guitarist Holly Carter appeared at the 2019 Wall2Wall Jazz Festival in Abergavenny with a show titled “Tribute to the Blues Dames”.

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