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Jazz Gigs & Events

Nigel Price Quartet at The Hive Music & Media Centre, Shrewsbury.

Date: Saturday, December 05, 2020

Featuring: Nigel Price Quartet

Venue

The Hive, Shrewsbury

5 Belmont,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire.
UK

More details

From the Hive Online website https://www.hiveonline.org.uk/jazz#878

Nigel Price Quartet
05
Dec
19:00 - 21:00
£23 / £12 Under 22


The eloquent guitarist Nigel Price returns to SJN at The Hive with a superb band including Ross Stanley (organ), the ever popular Steve Brown (drums) and long-time collaborator Vasilis Xenopoulos (tenor sax). Influenced by Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass & John McLaughlin Nigel is a fluent and soulful player equally at home with blues, funk, bebop and ballads. All of the band are regulars at Ronnie Scotts so expect an evening of brilliant jazz, full of warmth, imagination and conviction.


“Whilst I am not normally a fan of straight ahead jazz I found myself drawn in by the sheer musicianship and charisma of this band…can’t wait until their next appearance.”... Hive audience member Sept 2018


‘’...the skilful Price lovingly celebrated Montgomery’s languidly bluesy lyricism and breezy swing, and the group heated up this 50 year-old style with an irresistible conviction.”.... John Fordham, The Guardian

Annie Whitehead at The Hive Music & Media Centre, Shrewsbury.

Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020

Venue

The Hive, Shrewsbury

5 Belmont,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire.
UK

More details

From the Hive Online website;

Annie Whitehead
14
Nov
19:00 - 21:00
£23 / £12 Under 22


Annie Whitehead is a trombone virtuoso best known for her engaging mix of African grooves, Blues, Ska and Ellingtonian expressionism. For many years her distinctive sound has added an infectious joy to a wide range of projects, exploring many different musical styles: Brotherhood of Breath, Elvis Costello, Penguin Café Orchestra, McCoy Tyner, Carla Bley, Abdullah Ibrahim and Joan Armatrading, to name but a few. With her own Quartet featuring Steve Lodder (Piano & keyboards), Jennifer Maidman (Bass) and Liam Genockey (Drums) we can look forward to an evening of irresistible enjoyment.


“Sharp musicians are encouraged to converse in attractive settings drawn from African townships jive, funk, blues and straight-ahead jazz with a kink in it.”... John Fordham The Guardian

Shaun Escoffery at The Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.

Date: Friday, November 06, 2020

More details

https://thejazzcafelondon.com/event/shaun-escoffery-3/?mc_cid=607139a733&mc_eid=9a271c495f


SHAUN ESCOFFERY


Shaun Escoffery
GROUND FLOOR TABLES (DRINKS ONLY)
RESTAURANT TABLES
Friday 6th November


One of the most recognisable voices in Britain joins us for two special shows following the release of his latest album Strong Enough on Decca Records.


Shaun Escoffery has been thrilling West End audiences with his powerful, soul-fuelled voice since he was a teenager. He’s held the prestigious role of Mustafa in The Lion King for 12 years, and has long been championed by Sir Elton John and his childhood friend Idris Elba.


Gritty guitar riffs, gospel inflections and a driving rhythm, alongside Shaun’s irresistible vocals, define his blissful new album. The timing is fitting, with Shaun hoping he can uplift those who may be enduring hardships and uniting people through the transcendental power of music.


Enjoy table service and drinks on the ground floor or a little bit of luxury and a view overlooking the stage from our mezzanine restaurant. Tickets for this show are bought in groups of 2, 3, 4 or 6 depending on the table you select.


LINE UP
Shaun Escoffery


PRICE
Ground Floor (Drinks Only): £25
Restaurant £30-35


DOORS
18:00-22:00


5 Parkway,
Camden, London
NW1 7PG

An Evening of Southern Soul with The Sierra Band at The Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.

Date: Monday, November 09, 2020

More details

https://thejazzcafelondon.com/event/an-evening-of-southern-soul-with-the-sierra-band/?mc_cid=607139a733&mc_eid=9a271c495f

AN EVENING OF SOUTHERN SOUL WITH THE SIERRA BAND


An Evening of Southern Soul with The Sierra Band


Monday 9th November


A high-energy live show of your favourite funk and soul hits from the likes of Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Donny Hathaway, Dr. John and more.


The Sierra Band is made up of some of London’s finest musical talents. They’ll perform two fiery sets of these golden era classics to have you dancing in your seat.


Enjoy table service and drinks on the ground floor or a little bit of luxury and a view overlooking the stage from our mezzanine restaurant. Tickets for this show are bought in groups of 2, 3, 4 or 6 depending on the table you select.


LINE UP
Sierra Band


PRICE
Ground Floor (Drinks Only): £17
Restaurant: £17-25
DOORS
18:00-22:00


5 Parkway,
Camden, London
NW1 7PG

 

Xmas Party - “Sound of ‘59” feat. Adrian Knowles Septet at Seven Arts, Leeds.

Date: Thursday, December 17, 2020

More details

Steve Crocker of JazzLeeds writes;

Xmas Party - “Sound of ‘59”
Thursday evening Dec 17th 2020 Two performances 7pm and 8.30pm £14/12 conc
25’s and under £7


Joel Purnell Tenor Saxophone, Jim Corry Alto Saxophone, Mark Chandler Trumpet, Kevin Holbrough Trombone, Jason Scott Piano, Adrian Knowles Double Bass, Caroline Boaden Drums

A welcome back to this group by bassist Adrian Knowles that were such a hit at last year’s Jazz Leeds Festival. Celebrate International Jazz Day with this pivotal year in jazz history. 1959 was special – it saw the release of classic jazz albums by Charlie Mingus, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane and many others. “Sounds of 59”, led by bassist Adrian Knowles and featuring some of the best of jazz musicians from Leeds, recreate the music with both music and visual displays.


Tickets -

Early evening performance (7pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/sound-of-59-early-evening-performance/e-qxvzeq

 

Later evening performance (8.45pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/sound-of-59-later-evening-performance/e-xkvyry


Recorded broadcast (7pm on Sunday Dec 20th)  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/sound-of-59-live-recording/e-ejkdao


More information wwwjazzleeds.org.uk


All concerts are at Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS73PD

Nigel Price Quartet, “Wes Re-imagined” at Seven Arts, Leeds.

Date: Thursday, December 03, 2020

Featuring: Nigel Price Quartet

More details

Steve Crocker writes;

Nigel Price Quartet and “Wes Reimagined”
Thursday evening Dec 3rd 2020 Two performances 7pm and 8.30pm £14/12 conc
25’s and under £7


Nigel Price – Guitar, Ross Stanley –  Hammond, Joel Barford – Drums,Vasilis Xenopoulos – Tenor Saxophone.

Nigel Price is one of the UK’s leading jazz guitarists and a tireless supporter of live music, so it is with great pleasure that we welcome him back, leading his Organ Trio in an evening of tunes made famous by the legendary guitarist Wes Montgomery. Nigel Price is one of the most hardworking jazz musicians in the UK, managing to secure an Arts Council-funded tour even during lockdown, and guaranteed to provide an evening of foot-tapping straightahead bebop with a funky edge. The Trio’s special guest Vasilis Xenopoulos brings a committed melodic tenor saxophone edge to the band, in the tradition of Dexter Gordon.


Tickets -

Early evening performance (7pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/nigel-price-organ-trio-feat-vasilis-xenopoulos-early-evening-concert/e-xkxayl

Later evening performance (8.45pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/nigel-price-organ-trio-feat-vasilis-xenopoulos-later-evening-concert/e-prapeq

Recorded broadcast (on Sunday Dec 6th)  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/nigel-price-organ-trio-feat-vasilis-xenopoulos-live-recording/e-zjbayo

 

More information wwwjazzleeds.org.uk


All concerts are at Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS73PD

Josephine Davies “Satori” at Seven Arts, Leeds.

Date: Thursday, November 26, 2020

Featuring: Josephine Davies

More details

Steve Crocker of JazzLeeds writes;


Josephine Davies “Satori”
Thursday evening 26 November @Seven Arts Two shows at 7pm and 8.45pm
Tickets £14 full price £12 concessions £7 (half price) for 25’s and under.

Josephine Davies – Sax, Oli Hayhurst – Bass, James Maddren – Drums


A melodic and intimate gig by this superb trio. Satori is a Coltrane-inspired spiritual jazz trio with a focus on melodic freedom and band interaction led by saxophonist and composer Josephine Davies who won Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year in the 2019 Parliamentary Jazz Awards. Their 2017 debut album attracted wide critical acclaim in the UK and Europe while their 2018 follow up ‘In The Corners Of Clouds’received equally glowing reviews. “irrepressible tunefulness” (Downbeat); “consistently inventive” (Jazzwise); “spiritual, spiralling, slow-burning exuberance” (UK Vibe).


Tickets on sale

Early evening concert (7pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/josephine-davis-and-satori-early-evening-concert/e-zjbdko

Later evening concert (8.45pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/josephine-davis-and-satori-later-evening-concert/e-jyjrzp

Recorded Broadcast (7pm on Sun 29 Nov) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/josephine-davis-and-satori-live-recording/e-gjzklq


Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS73PD


More information wwwjazzleeds.org.uk

Ian Shaw with Jami Safir and Iain Ballamy “What’s New” at Seven Arts, Leeds.

Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020

Featuring: Ian Shaw / Iain Ballamy / Jamie Safir

More details

Steve Crocker of JazzLeeds writes;

Ian Shaw with Jami Safir and Iain Ballamy “What’s New”

Thursday evening 12 November @Seven Arts Leeds. Two performances at 7pm and 8.45pm

One of the world’s finest male jazz vocalists, Ian Shaw, teams up with legendary UK saxophonist, Iain Ballamy (who has played with Hermeto Pascoal, Loose Tubes, Norma Winstone) and irrepressibly brilliant pianist Jamie Safir (Will Young, Elaine Delmar, Judi Jackson). Expect a gloriously lyrical travelogue from early American song through Ellington, Horace Silver and Billy Strayhorn to Joni Mitchell. With Shaw’s comedy chops, Ballamy’s ability to push a melody somewhere magical, and Safir’s symphonic piano playing, there’s plenty to look forward to…

Tickets -

Early evening show 7-8.15pm https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/ian-shaw-with-iain-ballamy-and-jamie-safir-early-evening-show/e-dvzjpv

Later evening show 8.45-10pm https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/ian-shaw-with-iain-ballamy-and-jamie-safir-later-evening-show/e-gjzlvv

Recorded broadcast (16 November 7pm) https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds/ian-shaw-with-iain-ballamy-and-jamie-safir-recorded-broadcast/e-bxqpry

 

Seven Arts 31 Harrogate Road LS73PD.


http://www.jazzleeds.org.uk

Ariwo present Contours, Matinee and Evening Shows at The Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.

Date: Saturday, November 07, 2020

More details

https://www.ticketweb.uk/search?q=Ariwo+Jazz+Cafe&mc_cid=607139a733&mc_eid=9a271c495f

Contours is a live series of collaborative music and dance performances by Ariwo, a London-based electronic quartet led by Pouya Ehsaei (zabte Sote/Opal Tapes) and grammy-winning percussionist Hammadi Valdes.

Rooted in electronics and Afro-Cuban rhythms, the band has also previously incorporated like-minded musicians from London’s thriving jazz scene including Binker Golding, Jay Phelps and Yelfris Valdés.

The first edition of Contours sees Ariwo partner with Cuban choreographer Etian Antuche Almeida (formerly of Ballet Rakatan) to create an immersive show that explores our physical connections throughout lockdown. Fellow dancer Vanessa Guevara Flores, who specialises in contemporary and traditional dance from Mexico and the African diaspora, joins on stage for this mesmerising performance.

 

The Jazz Cafe
5 Parkway
Camden
London
NW1 7PG

Richard Spaven - Matinee and Evening Shows at The Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.

Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020

More details

https://www.ticketweb.uk/search?q=Richard+Spaven+Jazz+Cafe&mc_cid=607139a733&mc_eid=9a271c495f


UK crossover-jazz talent with a Jazz Cafe favourite and unique drumming phenomenon Richard Spaven.


Spaven is the most in demand drummer of his ilk, playing with José James, Flying Lotus, The Cinematic Orchestra, Guru’s Jazzmatazz and Gregory Porter. His unique take on jazz is defined by his love for hip hop and club culture, delivering a rhythmic showcase of genre-defying sounds.


The Jazz Cafe
5 Parkway
Camden
London
NW1 7PG

Some Kinda Wonderful - The Music of Stevie Wonder Featuring Noel McCalla & The Derek Nash Band at Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zedel, London.

Date: Friday, November 06, 2020

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this event;

At Crazy Coqs Brasserie Zedel
Friday November 6th @ 6:30pm
Some Kinda Wonderful - The Music of Stevie Wonder


Crazy Coqs, Sherwood Street, Piccadilly London W1F 7ED


Tickets £30 Box Office 020 7734 4888
https://www.brasseriezedel.com/booking/?eventId=371511


After sold out shows in and around London, with audiences up on their feet dancing and demanding more and more, we had to make plans for this “Master Blaster” of a show to return to the convert’s spiritual home, where it all started, at Crazy Coqs.


Join us for this hot, Early Christmas party night out!


Noel McCalla– vocals
Derek Nash – saxophones
Neil Angilley – keyboards
Tim Cansfield – guitar
Jonathan Noyce – bass
Nic France– drums


This is a Master Blaster of a Show. Here’s a taste of what’s in store
https://youtu.be/YEfzMBz-Gk8

 

Some Kinda Wonderful - The Music of Stevie Wonder Featuring Noel McCalla & The Derek Nash Band at Pizza Express Live, Holborn, London.

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this event;

Thursday October 29th @ 8pm
Some Kinda Wonderful - The Music of Stevie Wonder
Featuring
Noel McCalla & The Derek Nash Band
At PizzaExpress Live
Holborn WC1V 6LF
Tickets £25 Box Office 020 7439 4962 https://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/whats-on/choose-seats/some-kinda-wonderful-the-music-of-stevie-wonder/104605688808


This “Master Blaster” of a Show returns to for the re- opening of Holborn for this party night out, after previous sold out shows here and across London’s top venues and the South East.


Some Kinda Wonderful’ celebrates the life-time genius of Stevie Wonder, with mesmeric vocalist Noel McCalla, the award-winning saxophonist Derek Nash and a band of world-class musicians.


They return by popular request to play a wide-ranging catalogue of classic hits, guaranteed to appeal to anyone who loves great music.


Enjoy hit after hit from albums such as ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’, ‘Innervisions’, ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ and ‘Hotter than July’, including danceable classics ‘Superstition’, ‘For Once in my Life’ and ‘Isn’t She Lovely’, and beautiful arrangements of ‘My Cherie Amour’ and ‘Overjoyed’. Audiences are thrilled by the performances of these great compositions by Stevie Wonder with which he and others had massive hits.


Noel McCalla’s long association with the brilliant Morrisey Mullen Band earned him acclaim as “one of Britain’s best Soul Singers” (Blues and Soul Magazine) and, for more than 19 years, Noel’s searing, soulful vocals were featured with the iconic Manfred Mann’s Earth Band.


Derek Nash has played in Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra since 2004 and is also a member of the Ronnie Scott’s Blues Explosion. He has won several British Jazz Awards throughout his career fronting Sax Appeal, his Acoustic Quartet and the funk band, Protect the Beat.


Derek has performed live, on record and on television with Gregory Porter, Chaka Khan, David Sanborn, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, Amy Winehouse and many more.

The Derek Nash Acoustic Quartet at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho, London.

Date: Sunday, November 01, 2020

Featuring: Derek Nash

Venue

Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho, London

Pizza Express Jazz Club,
Dean Street,
Soho,
London,
W1D 3RW.

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this event;


The Derek Nash Acoustic Quartet
Sunday November 1st @ Pizza Express Jazz Club, Dean Street, Soho,
London W1D 3RW
https://jbgbevents.com/the-derek-nash-acoustic-quartet.html
Doors open 6.30pm Music 8pm
Tickets £25
https://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/whats-on/choose-seats/the-derek-nash-acoustic-quartet/314007692608


A regular nominee for the British Jazz Awards, Derek Nash has been a member of Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra since 2004, has led Sax Appeal for over 40 years and is a founder member of the Ronnie Scott’s Blues Explosion. With the Some Kinda Wonderful show celebrating the music of Stevie Wonder and featuring vocalist Noel McCalla, he regularly sells out performances across the UK.


Performing original compositions and unique arrangements of jazz classics, the Derek Nash Acoustic Quartet features some of the best exponents of jazz in the UK - David Newton (multi-award winning pianist), Geoff Gascoyne (bass) and Sebastiaan de Krom (drums) whose work together has encompassed Jamie Cullum and Michel Legrand.


Their CD ‘Joyriding’ won the British Jazz Award for Best CD in 2012.


Here’s the Quartet “cooking up a New Orleans groove”
https://youtu.be/ajJ7sqxbCUs


Their album ‘You’ve got to Dig It to Dig It, You Dig?’ received a 5-star review in ‘The Guardian’ - “To get some idea of the sheer breadth of his accomplishment as a saxophonist, composer and bandleader, you should hear this. From smooth cool to groovy funk, to ingeniously recast standards, to one quite gorgeous ballad, the music fizzes with energy, even at its most restrained”

Hampstead Jazz Club present Tara Minton, Jo Harrop & Jamie McCredie, Judi Jackson at Cadogan Hall, London (part of EFG London Jazz Festival).

Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this event;


Tara Minton to play Cadogan Hall, Nov 21st - part of EFG London Jazz Festival

 

TARA MINTON LIVE AT CADOGAN HALL, NOV 21ST 2020
- HAMPSTEAD JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS AN EVENING OF PERFORMANCES STREAMED FOR EFG LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL

 


Australian born, London based singer-songwriter and harpist Tara Minton will celebrate the release of her upcoming album ‘Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid’ with a performance at Cadogan Hall, London, on November 21st. The show is part of the EFG London Jazz Festival Elements Series, an outstanding and eclectic series of concerts in association with Serious, Hampstead Jazz Club and Jazz FM, the latter of whom will broadcast the concert shortly after the event. You can listen in across the UK on your digital radio, smart speaker, on DTV and on the app.


Performing tracks from ‘Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid’, Tara will present this astonishingly adventurous impressionist dreamscape that drifts seamlessly between jazz and contemporary classical with a full ensemble at this Covid-compliant event.


As likely to be seen on ‘Later… with Jools Holland’, BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge and The One Show as she is on stage at Hampstead Jazz Club, the 606 Club and the Bishopsgate Institute, Tara Minton is the missing link between Dorothy Ashby and Joni Mitchell. Her varied guest appearances and collaborations have seen her performing the iconic Alice Coltrane album ‘Journey in Satchidananda’ in London, with Miranda Mulholland on her Juno Award nominated album ‘By Appointment Or Chance’ or performing in many of Europe’s most prestigious venues with her band.

Following ‘The Tides of Love’ in 2016, Tara has once again set her gaze upon the sea, this time exploring mermaid mythology. Collecting stories from around the globe of mermaid folklore, she has woven tales of womanhood, morality, sustainability, the impact climate change is having on our oceans’ ecosystems, and our historical relationship with the sea.


Other acts due to appear include Jo Harrop & Jamie McCredie, performing numbers from their recent album ‘Weathering The Storm’ and neo-soul and jazz artist Judi Jackson, who will close the evening performing her favourite jazz and soul numbers alongside songs from her 2021 debut album ‘Crashing Down’.


Tara Minton’s ensemble line up: -

Tara Minton - harp/vocals

Phil Merriman - piano

Ed Babar - double bass

David Ingamells - drums

Tomasso Starace – saxophone


Accompanied by Amika string quartet

Simmy Singh - violin

Laura Senior - violin

Lucy Nolan - viola

Peggy Nolan - cello


EVENT DETAILS

Host: Nigel Williams, Jazz FM

Venue: Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

Date: Saturday, 21st November 2020

Tickets: £30, £20 and £50 (VIP tickets) – Live Streaming Tickets, £5.25

Ticket Links: Cadogan Hall: https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/hampstead-jazz-club-presents-an-evening-of-exclusive-performances/

LIVE STREAMING TICKETS: https://kave.ticketco.events/uk/en/e/efg_ljf_cadogan_hall_21_nov_2020

Cap.: Socially distanced audience – 299

Provisional Timings:


Doors – 6pm


Live Streaming and Event Start – 7:00pm


Nigel Williams – 7:00pm


Show Opening Number – 7:05pm

Tara Minton “Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid” – 7:10pm-7:40pm


Changeover – 10 mins


Jo Harrop and Jamie McCredie “Weathering The Storm” – 7:50pm-8:30pm


Audience Break – 8:30pm-8:55pm


Nigel Williams – 8:55pm


Judi Jackson – 9:00pm – 10:00pm


Event End – 10:05pm


Live Streaming
Production Partner – KAVE Live https://www.kave.space/
Live Streaming Ticketing and Streaming Platform: TicketCo - https://start.ticketco.events/uk/tv/


Cadogan Hall Tickets;
https://cadoganhall.com/whats-on/hampstead-jazz-club-presents-an-evening-of-exclusive-performances/

Roger Beaujolais Quartet, Tribute to Milt Jackson at Kidderminster Jazz Club, Town Hall, Kidderminster, Worcs.

Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020

Featuring: Roger Beaujolais Quartet

More details

Annette Gregory of Kidderminster Jazz Club writes;


I am writing to let you know that I am attempting to re-open in November
Smaller numbers but I am going to try.

Roger Beaujolais
Thursday 12th November 2020
Kidderminster Jazz Club
Kidderminster Town Hall DY10 1DE
Doors Open at 7:00pm
Performance starts at 7:30pm


Annette Gregory
Kidderminster Jazz Club

 

https://www.kidderminsterjazzclub.co.uk

 

https://www.facebook.com/page/@kidderminsterjazzclub

 

https://www.twitter.com/@kidderminsterj2

 

Further information from http://www.rogerbeaujolais.com

 

THU
12
NOV
2020
THE ROGER BEAUJOLAIS (WEST COUNTRY) QUARTET - TRIBUTE TO MILT JACKSON
7.30pm
Kidderminster Jazz Club, Kidderminster Town Hall, Vicar St, DY10 1DE
With Dave Newton on piano, Paul Jefferies on double bass & Kevin O’Rourke on drums.

Brand New Heavies at Boisdale of Canary Wharf, London.

Dates: Wednesday, November 04, 2020 - Saturday, November 07, 2020

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this residency;


ACID JAZZ PIONEERS THE BRAND NEW HEAVIES
LIVE AT BOISDALE OF CANARY WHARF
in association with Yamaha Music London


WED 4- SAT 7 NOVEMBER


A concert by The Brand New Heavies -  funk and acid jazz pioneers who gained a cult following in London’s club scene in the late 80s and early 90s -  will mark the reopening of the capital’s top music restaurant Boisdale of Canary Wharf on Wednesday 4 November.


Best known for producing sixteen top forty hit singles including Dream On Dreamer, You Have Got a Friend, Midnight At The Oasis, Never Stop, Dream Come True, Brother Sister, You Are The Universe, Sometimes Stay this Way and selling over 2.5 million records, The Brand New Heavies will play four gigs at the stunning music venue from Wed 4 until Sat 7 November. The concerts will take place in association with Yamaha Music London with a 2-course dinner & show from £89.50 and show only from £49.50.


Formed in 1985 in Ealing, West London, The Brand New Heavies revolutionised the London acid jazz scene by creating their own new sound - a fusion of the 70s funk grove and classic soul. Following the release of Stay This Way, Dream Come True and Never Stop the band entered the American R&B charts and gained the title of the first British group to accomplish such an achievement with a debut single since Soul II Soul.


The 1992 hip-hop inspired Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 1 studio album went platinum in Britain whilst 1994 brought Best Dance Act at the BRIT Awards and R&B Video of the Year at the MTV Awards for single Dream on Dreamer.


The 2020 “fresh off the press” album called TBNH released in September features guest appearances from Beverley Knight, N’Dea Davenport, Angie Stone, Siedah Garret, Laville, Angel Ricci with the main single (a cover of the Kendrick Lamar’s song These Walls) produced by longtime friend Mark Ronson.


Throughout their thirty-year run of developing original sounds and continuous genre bending the group have gained worldwide recognition amongst DJ, music critics and fans alike.


Simon Bartholomew commented on the concert:
“We can’t wait to play on Boisdale’s stage again after a sell-out concert in February this year. The majority of live music venues are not expected to open until 2021 so we are very excited to be able to share our new and old material with our fans. During lockdown we got many messages from people saying our albums or singles helped them through this tough time. Some even shared photos of cakes baked to the sound of our tracks. I hope, with dinner & music tickets at Boisdale they’ll be able to have their cake and eat it!”


The band’s energetic and unique take on jazz, funk and soul set in a unique setting of the most beautiful music venue in London and reopening its doors after seven months is a must-see concert of 2020!


Tickets http://www.boisdale.co.uk


Telephone: 020 7730 6922


Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

 

About Boisdale:
Jools Holland is Boisdale’s Patron of Music. Boisdale of Belgravia, dubbed a “carnivore’s dream” by the Evening Standard newspaper features a unique and very successful mix of fine food, a great wine list, an unparalleled range of whiskies, probably the widest selection of Cuban cigars in the world and the best classic jazz, blues and soul offering in London cast in a unique setting.  Boisdale finest Aberdeenshire dry aged steaks (accompanied by devilishly indulgent sauces) are repeatedly deemed ‘incredible’, though the adventurous enjoy Scottish-sourced treats, including British coastal fish, wild Highland game, Hebridean shellfish, Loch Ryan Native oysters, Dunkeld smoked salmon, and roast haggis served with mash, neeps and the obligatory noggin of single malt whisky.
There is also a weekly changing set menu, an extensive bar menu not to forget a highly commended selection of outstanding gourmet burgers. Financial Times says that “Boisdale transform a great meal into an event… Anyone would think they want you to have a good time!”, whilst Tatler comments “It’s hard to find a better venue in London for food, drink, service… and all that jazz.”

 

Clark Tracey Sextet at Sheffield Jazz, Crookes Social Club, Sheffield.

Date: Friday, December 04, 2020

More details

From Vincent Keddie of Sheffield Jazz;


Friday 4 December
at Crookes Social Club at 19.00
Clark Tracey Sextet
Clark Tracey: drums; Sean Payne: alto sax; Alex Ridout: trumpet; Daniel Higham: trombone; Will Barry: piano; James Owston: bass
Following a great gig at Crookes with his quintet in 2018, Clark Tracey returns to Sheffield with this line-up of gifted young musicians augmented to a sextet. From his own experience of over 40 years in jazz, Clark leads them through bebop to post-bop, a highly accessible journey that swings all the way. Aside from Clark, who is a six-time winner of Best Drums in the British Jazz Awards, Alexandra Ridout won the BBC Young Jazz Musician of the year in 2016 with Sean Payne the runner-up while James Owston was also a finalist in the 2018 competition. Highly impressive pianist Will Barry has been seen in Sheffield with Jasper Hoiby’s and Alex Hitchcock’s
bands. Since its inception this band has continued to impress audiences at clubs and festivals with a maturity beyond their years.
http://www.clarktracey.com

 

Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, Sheffield, S10 1TD. Tel: 0114 266 0114
Start 7.00 pm, Finish 9.30 pm.           
Prices: Full £15, Over 60s, disabled and unemployed £13, Students with NUS card £8, 15 – 17 year olds £3, Under 15s free. To reduce infection risk and aid Track and Trace, ADMISSION IS BY ADVANCE BOOKING ONLY, FROM http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sheffield-jazz

 

For more details about concerts, including any changes to the line-ups, visit http://www.sheffieldjazz.org.uk and click on the links.

 

Anti-Covid-19 measures: The large size of the Crookes hall makes social distancing much easier to achieve. Additional measures to guard against infections include: strict audience size limit (100 maximum) and advance booking only, service of drinks to tables (no bar service), separate entrance and exit, managed queuing, wide corridors, ready access to sanitisers and enhanced washing facilities, and modified heating and ventilation arrangements. Audience members are expected to wear face coverings on arriving and departing and when moving around the hall.

 

Although Sheffield Jazz’s concerts are held primarily for adults, we very much welcome attendance by young people but please note that Sheffield Jazz and its volunteers cannot be responsible for the welfare of any unaccompanied youngster under the age of 16.

 

George Crowley Trio at Sheffield Jazz, Crookes Social Club, Sheffield.

Date: Friday, November 20, 2020

Featuring: George Crowley

More details

From Vincent Keddie of Sheffield Jazz;

Friday 20 November
at Crookes Social Club at 19.00
George Crowley Trio
George Crowley: sax; Rob Luft: guitar; Tim Giles: drums
George Crowley has established himself as a key player within London’s burgeoning creative jazz and improv scene. His energy and expressive, warm saxophone sound mark him out as a musician to watch. He is accompanied here by Sheffield favourite Rob Luft, a tremendously fluent and innovative guitarist and the versatile Tim Giles on drums. A fine trio playing George’s original music and covering a diverse territory, with the music predominantly being driven by very strong melody, from lyrical folk
to more contemporary electronic textures.
“a fine young composer/player who knows where the music has been and where he’s headed with it.” – John Fordham, The Guardian.
http://www.georgecrowleymusic.com/

 

Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, Sheffield, S10 1TD. Tel: 0114 266 0114
Start 7.00 pm, Finish 9.30 pm.           
Prices: Full £15, Over 60s, disabled and unemployed £13, Students with NUS card £8, 15 – 17 year olds £3, Under 15s free. To reduce infection risk and aid Track and Trace, ADMISSION IS BY ADVANCE BOOKING ONLY, FROM http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sheffield-jazz

 

For more details about concerts, including any changes to the line-ups, visit http://www.sheffieldjazz.org.uk and click on the links.

 

Anti-Covid-19 measures: The large size of the Crookes hall makes social distancing much easier to achieve. Additional measures to guard against infections include: strict audience size limit (100 maximum) and advance booking only, service of drinks to tables (no bar service), separate entrance and exit, managed queuing, wide corridors, ready access to sanitisers and enhanced washing facilities, and modified heating and ventilation arrangements. Audience members are expected to wear face coverings on arriving and departing and when moving around the hall.

 

Although Sheffield Jazz’s concerts are held primarily for adults, we very much welcome attendance by young people but please note that Sheffield Jazz and its volunteers cannot be responsible for the welfare of any unaccompanied youngster under the age of 16.

 

 

Josephine Davies’ Satori at Sheffield Jazz, Crookes Social Club, Sheffield.

Date: Friday, November 27, 2020

Featuring: Josephine Davies

More details

From Vincent Keddie of Sheffield Jazz;

Friday 27 November
at Crookes Social Club at 19.00
Satori
Josephine Davies: sax; Oli Hayhurst: bass; James Maddren: drums
A melodic and intimate gig by a fine trio whose 2018 gig at Crookes was extremely enjoyable. Satori is a Coltrane-inspired spiritual jazz trio with a focus on melodic freedom and band interaction led by saxophonist and composer Josephine Davies who won Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year in the 2019 Parliamentary Jazz Awards. Their 2017 debut album attracted wide critical acclaim in the UK and Europe while their 2018 follow up ‘In The Corners Of Clouds’ received equally glowing reviews.
“irrepressible tunefulness” (Downbeat);
“consistently inventive” (Jazzwise);
“spiritual, spiralling, slow-burning exuberance” (UK Vibe).
http://www.josephinedavies.co.uk/

 

Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, Sheffield, S10 1TD. Tel: 0114 266 0114
Start 7.00 pm, Finish 9.30 pm.           
Prices: Full £15, Over 60s, disabled and unemployed £13, Students with NUS card £8, 15 – 17 year olds £3, Under 15s free. To reduce infection risk and aid Track and Trace, ADMISSION IS BY ADVANCE BOOKING ONLY, FROM http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/sheffield-jazz

 

For more details about concerts, including any changes to the line-ups, visit http://www.sheffieldjazz.org.uk and click on the links.

 

Anti-Covid-19 measures: The large size of the Crookes hall makes social distancing much easier to achieve. Additional measures to guard against infections include: strict audience size limit (100 maximum) and advance booking only, service of drinks to tables (no bar service), separate entrance and exit, managed queuing, wide corridors, ready access to sanitisers and enhanced washing facilities, and modified heating and ventilation arrangements. Audience members are expected to wear face coverings on arriving and departing and when moving around the hall.

 

Although Sheffield Jazz’s concerts are held primarily for adults, we very much welcome attendance by young people but please note that Sheffield Jazz and its volunteers cannot be responsible for the welfare of any unaccompanied youngster under the age of 16.

 

 

Mica Paris at Boisdale of Belgravia, London, SW1W.

Dates: Friday, October 30, 2020 - Saturday, October 31, 2020

More details

We have received the following press release;

MICA PARIS UK QUEEN OF SOUL
LIVE AT BOISDALE IN OCTOBER


In association with YAMAHA MUSIC LONDON

 

After the early 2020 sell-out show, platinum-selling album artist and one of the UK’s most respected female singers Mica Paris is set to perform three nights at the renowned music venue and restaurant Boisdale of Belgravia.

 

The star of Fame - The Musical will open her gigs with a string of hits including My One Temptation, Breathe Life Into Me and Where Is The Love. The concerts will take place in association with Yamaha Music London on Friday 23, 30 and Saturday 31 October with 2-course dinner & show from £69.50

 

Mica Paris’s extraordinary talent was discovered very early on in life.  Her grandparents had their own church and when they realised the range, power and sheer soulfulness of their granddaughter’s voice she became, at the age of ten, a child prodigy travelling the country and singing in churches, music halls and even at Wembley Stadium where she won a competition.

 

By the age of 19, already a seasoned performer, she made an immediate impact on the UK music scene when in 1988 she released her debut platinum-selling album So Good which included her first top 10 hit You Are My One Temptation.

 

More worldwide hit albums and singles followed including Black Angel, Stay and Carefree as well as collaborations with many respected artists such as Prince, David Gilmour and Jools Holland leading to a long and successful recording career with top ten hit singles and multiple global best-selling albums.

 

In addition to a music career Mica Paris hosted a BBC radio show, Soul Solutions, for five years and presented television programmes for the BBC and ITV. She was also recruited to host What Not to Wear and went on to write a book, Beautiful Within.

 

In 2018 Mica released two tracks produced by Guy Barker to celebrate the centenary of Ella Fitzgerald’s birth. Two classics Imagine My Frustration and Every Time We Say Goodbye from Lady Ella’s songbook were enthusiastically received by her fans and it will be incredible to hear them live at Boisdale alongside other music from Mica’s repertoire.

 

Tickets http://www.boisdale.co.uk

 

Telephone: 020 7730 6922


Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


About Boisdale:
Jools Holland is Boisdale’s Patron of Music. Boisdale of Belgravia, dubbed a “carnivore’s dream” by the Evening Standard newspaper features a unique and very successful mix of fine food, a great wine list, an unparalleled range of whiskies, probably the widest selection of Cuban cigars in the world and the best classic jazz, blues and soul offering in London cast in a unique setting.  Boisdale finest Aberdeenshire dry aged steaks (accompanied by devilishly indulgent sauces) are repeatedly deemed ‘incredible’, though the adventurous enjoy Scottish-sourced treats, including British coastal fish, wild Highland game, Hebridean shellfish, Loch Ryan Native oysters, Dunkeld smoked salmon, and roast haggis served with mash, neeps and the obligatory noggin of single malt whisky.
There is also a weekly changing set menu, an extensive bar menu not to forget a highly commended selection of outstanding gourmet burgers. Financial Times says that “Boisdale transform a great meal into an event… Anyone would think they want you to have a good time!”, whilst Tatler comments “It’s hard to find a better venue in London for food, drink, service… and all that jazz.”


Boisdale Ltd, 15 Eccleston Street, London, SW1W 9LX.

Zara McFarlane at The Jazz Cafe, Camden, London.

Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Featuring: Zara McFarlane

More details

Wed Nov 18 2020
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Jazz Cafe
5 Parkway Camden Town
London NW1 7PG

STRICTLY 18+ WITH ID. NO U18s ADMITTED


*Please note that downstairs is drinks only.


The renowned UK singer is back for London Jazz Festival following the release of her hypnotic fourth album Songs of an Unknown Tongue.


The multi-award winning singer-songwriter melds influences ranging from jazz and folk to reggae and neo-soul. Her third album Arise was co-produced by drummer Moses Boyd and is a product of their exploration of the meeting points between British jazz sounds and the traditional rhythms of Jamaica.


First catching the attention of Gilles Peterson in 2010, she’s since collaborated with Gregory Porter, Shabaka Hutchings and has featured on Louie Vega’s Grammy-nominated album Starring XXVIII.


https://www.ticketweb.uk/search?q=Zara+McFarlane+Jazz+Cafe&mc_cid=cabe64461a&mc_eid=9a271c495f

Fergus McCreadie Trio, two performances at Seven Arts, Leeds.

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020

Featuring: Fergus McCreadie Trio

More details

Steve Crocker of JazzLeeds writes;


29th October: Thursday evening – Fergus Mcreadie Trio .
Fergus McCreadie: piano; David Bowden: bass; Stephen Henderson: drums £14/12
Our first evening concert of the autumn will feature Fergus McCreadie, a phenomenal young pianist and his trio is one of the most exciting young groups in European jazz at the moment. They were the winner of Album of the Year in the 2019 UK Parliamentary Jazz Awards for their album “Turas”. The trio concerts have earned five-star reviews and an invitation to appear at Ronnie Scotts’ International Piano Trio festival. They have also featured at Oslo and Stockholm Jazz Festivals.  Playing music that reflects the Scottish landscape and traditions while honouring the American and Nordic jazz legacies, they brought audiences to their feet across Northern Europe during their Spring ’19 tour. “Simply outstanding” – Jazzwise. “Think Erik Satie running on Islay Malt rather than Absinthe” – The Scotsman, 5* review of Turas.  “real personality … lucidly atmospheric … fire and virtuosity” – The Times http://www.fergusmccreadie.co.uk/
There will be two separate performances of this popular gig- performance times – 7pm and 9pm


Tickets to all our indoor concerts are available on https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds


All the inside gigs are table service, distanced and we ask you to wear masks, and give us your contact detail for track and trace.

 


Seven Arts
31A Harrogate Rd, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3PD
Phone: 0113 262 6777


Tickets to all our indoor concerts are available on https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds


http://www.jazzleeds.org.uk

 

Sara Dowling at Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zedel, London.

Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Featuring: Sara Dowling

More details

We have received the following press release regarding this event;


We’re back at Crazy Coqs in September and October and we have all the COVID protocols in place with only 44 tickets available for each show to maintain social distancing.


After hugely successful opening and sell out shows this month from Joanna Eden, Clare Teal & Jason Rebello,  JBGB Events bring to you….


Sara Dowling – British Jazz Award Best Singer 2019
At Crazy Coqs Brasserie Zedel
20 Sherwood Street, London W1F 7ED
Tuesday October 27th 7pm
Tickets £25 https://www.brasseriezedel.com/events/sara-dowling/


Sara Dowling returning to Crazy Coqs from her earlier sold-out concert, with piano and double bass accompanists, is now recognised as one of the UK’s leading jazz vocalists, awarded “Best Vocalist” in the 2019 British Jazz Awards


She is a regular performer at Ronnie Scotts and the 606 Club and enjoyed a sold-out concert in her 2019 Jazz Divas Series at The Pheasantry singing the music of Judy Garland.


She is becoming known for her interpretations of classic ballads, leaving audiences spell bound, as well as the energy and vigour with which she tackles the up-tempo standards from the American Song Book.


Her distinctive voice owes much to her Irish father and Jordanian mother, surrounded by the records of her father’s jazz collection and the chant like voices of Lebanese singers. Sara’s album From Shadows Into Light received a five star review from Jazz Journal.


Joining Sara is the brilliant Brazilian and jazz music maker, Sam Watts on piano, “lyrical, focussed & creative” says music producer Jason Miles and on bass by Dario di Lecce from Ronnie Scott’s Hard Bob Quartet.


“Her voice has all the qualities that you find in the great singers” – Guy Barker

 

Enjoy Sara’s emotive ballad performance of “Autumn Nocturne”
https://youtu.be/TJhhyJM-O3c

 

K Music 2020, London’s Festival of Korean Music, various venues, London.

Dates: Friday, October 30, 2020 - Monday, November 16, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists

More details

We have received the following press release;


K-MUSIC 2020
London’s Festival of Korean Music
30 October – 16 November 2020

DG7 (Ak Dan Gwang Chil) | Friday 30 October | LONDON Kings Place

 

SooJin Suh & Kit Downes | Monday 16 November | LONDON PizzaExpress Holborn

 

Plus online programme of performances + talks

 

Tickets:  http://www.serious.org.uk/k-music

 

We are delighted to announce that K-Music, London’s festival of Korean music, returns this year as a live and digital event with live concerts and a selection of streamed performances and talks.  The Festival will run from Friday 30 October to Monday 16 November, with the final live concert becoming part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.  The live shows include multi award-winning nine-piece ADG7 (Ak Dan Gwang Chil) and an exciting and completely new collaboration between experimental drummer/composer SooJin Suh and British pianist/composer Kit Downes.

 

A fantastic programme of online concerts and talks will run between the two live concerts and we have divided them into categories.  K-Music Greats includes artists that have performed at previous K-Music festivals, are some of the biggest names in Korean music. This year they include Songlines Award Winners Black String and Jambinai and the sensational singer Heemoon Lee alongside Prelude and NomNom.  For K-Music Critic’s Choice we have selected world-renowned groups Coreyah, Leenalchi and Sinnoi, who are enjoying growing success.  K-Music Specials will stream full-length concerts and include a new performance from gayageum trio Hey String as well as an outstanding collaboration with Park Jiha, Kyungso Park, Woojae Park and Soona Park.

 

Artists in the K-Music Encounters category will discuss their work before presenting some unique collaborations and one-off pieces and this year include Yoon Jeong Heo, Kyungso Park & Soona Park and the renowned pansori artist Jaram Lee.  A K-Music Encounters Special features a new collaboration from Jae Il Jung, music director of Parasite.  The final category, K-Music New Talent, offers a chance to hear fresh sounds from Korea’s up-and-coming new groups and this year we showcase Dongyang Gozupa, Gray by Silver, Dal:um and Gonia.

 

LIVE CONCERTS;

 

ADG7 (Ak Dan Gwang Chil)
Friday 30 October, Kings Place
ADG7 (Ak Dan Gwang Chil) made their world debut in 2019 at Womex and GlobalFEST to much press acclaim. With the explosions of a pop rock cabaret and the grooves of funk, the group draw on the sacred shamanic and secular ritual music and folk song of the Hwanghaedo region in western North Korea, their music expressing the true meaning of liberation and South Korea’s desire for reunification. The nine-member group perform traditional instruments – zithers, flutes, drums and gongs – with three powerhouse singers and together they create an exuberant, contemporary interpretation of the spirit of Hwanghaedo.
Band members include Won Meon Dong Maru on gayageum (zither); Grace Park on ajaeng (zither); Kim Yak Dae on daeguem (bamboo flute); Lee Man Wol on piri (bamboo oboe) and saenghwang (free reed mouth organ); Chun Gung Dal and Sunwoo Bara on percussion; and Hong Ok, Wol Seon and Meong Wol on vocals.
“The show has all the trappings of K-Pop – choreographed singers, candy-coloured costumes and bouncy, upbeat, often swinging songs that link the concision of folk tunes to the catchy repetition of pop, with cymbals for drive and flute and zither lines for instrumental hooks.”  NEW YORK TIMES
“A most astonishing show musically and immensely entertaining” Bob Boilen, NPR

 

SooJin Suh & Kit Downes
Monday 16 November, Pizza Express
SooJin Suh is one of Korea’s leading experimental drummers who studied music from the age of 5 and graduated from City College, New York.  She has released four albums (TheMoon in Your Hand, Strange Liberation, Colorist and Embrace) and is a member of K-Music 2018 performers, Near East Quartet, whose eponymous album came out on ECM in the same year.
BBC Jazz Award-winning, Mercury Music Prize-nominated pianist/composer Kit Downes is also an ECM artist, playing solo as well as with his own bands (ENEMY, Troyka, Elt and Vyamanikal).  SooJin Suh and Kit Downes will be accompanied by Ruth Goller on bass for this collaboration, which is exclusive to the K-Music Festival in partnership with the EFG London Jazz Festival and promises to be a classic.

 

Full online programme details will be available from Thursday 1st October at http://www.serious.org.uk/k-music

 

31 Oct, 5pm:  K-Music Greats I:  Jambinai

 

2 Nov, 7pm:  New Talent I & II:  Dongyang Gozupa + Dal:um

 

3 Nov,7pm:  K-Music Encounters I:  Yoon Jeong Heo

 

4 Nov, 7pm:  K-Music Encounters II:  Kyungso Park & Soona Park

 

4 Nov, 7.25pm:  K-Music Encounters Special:  Jae Il Jung

 

5 Nov, 7pm:  K-Music Encounters III:  Jaram Lee

 

6 Nov, 7pm:  K-Music Specials I:  Hey String

 

7 Nov, 5pm:  K-Music Greats II:  Black String


9 Nov, 7pm:  New Talent III & IV:  Gray by Silver + Gonia

 

10 Nov, 7pm:  Critics’ Choice I:  Coreyah

 

11 Nov, 7pm:  Critics’ Choice II: Sinnoi

 

12 Nov, 7pm:  Critics’ Choice III: Leenalchi

 

13 Nov, 7pm:  K-Music Specials II:  Park Jiha, Kyungso Park, Woojae Park & Soona Park

 

14 Nov, 5pm:  K-Music Greats III:  Heemoon Lee + Prelude + NomNom

 

K-Music 2020 is produced and directed by the Korean Cultural Centre UK and Serious.  For more Korea-related events visit http://www.kccuk.org.uk


Best of K-Music Festival CD:  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3Tc8cXGuz64GcO8RqHG5yN?si=nTZMu_r4S66Q3J4hC7_jWA

 

2020 Festival youtube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVysr8RrgbqF9LF2Pz-3U5dFMcToFLJCH

 

Music from Parasite: https://open.spotify.com/album/2XRuEEbhMF9Q4TcJBw4GqP?si=ju1YUz8PTEGbtGsoXTkhVg

 

Nubya Garcia at The Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre, London.

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020

Venue

Barbican Centre

Silk Street,
London.
EC2Y 8DS

More details

From the Barbican website;
https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2020/event/nubya-garcia-live-from-the-barbican

 

Nubya Garcia
Live from the Barbican
Thu 29 Oct 2020, 20:00,Barbican Hall

 

A rising star from the exciting London jazz movement, saxophonist, composer and bandleader Nubya Garcia performs from her energetic, successful debut album, SOURCE.


Nubya’s hypnotic, freeflow jazz takes its influences from across the Caribbean and Latin America, drawing deeply from her family’s roots. Dub reggae, cumbia, afrobeat and neo-soul can all clearly be heard alongside more traditional jazz rhythms.


Her debut album SOURCE is a dynamic and exploratory collection that has positioned her as one of the most exciting artists in the UK. Garcia had gained critical acclaim ahead of her solo release with her collectives Maisha and Nérija, and through frequent collaborations with prominent jazz musicians from the UK and abroad.


To keep you safe we’re keeping to the 2m rule and have fewer available seats in our venues. We’re also cleaning more often. It’s essential for you to wear a mask and book your tickets before you come.


In our seated venues, we have specially-distanced seating clusters. You can only sit in the same seating cluster as someone from your own household/bubble. We ask you to not swap seats when you arrive so we can maintain a safe distance between you and other groups.


Produced by the Barbican

 

We’ll be welcoming a limited audience back into the Hall for these autumn concerts (subject to government guidelines).


Buying your ticket
Tickets for the live performance in the Hall are £20.


Tickets are available as single tickets or in groups of twos, threes and fours. You can only sit in the same seating cluster as someone from your own household/bubble. We ask you to not swap seats when you arrive so we can maintain a safe distance between you and other groups.
If government guidance changes and we’re unable to have a live audience in the Hall, we’ll convert your ticket into a live broadcast ticket so you can watch the show at home - we’ll refund the price difference.


On the night
We’re working hard to make this a high quality experience for everyone, whether you’re with us live in the Hall or watching from home. Due to the technical requirements of streaming a live performance, if you’re in the Hall you might notice cameras and operators are visible, and staging, lighting and sound levels might change.
To give you some more information about the performance, we’ll send you a digital programme the day before the concert.

Hull Jazz Festival at Hull Truck Theatre, Hull.

Dates: Thursday, November 12, 2020 - Sunday, November 15, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists

More details

We have received the following information;

Hull Jazz Festival celebrates the return of live music this November


We’re delighted to announce that Hull Jazz Festival is back this November, with four days of events at Hull Truck Theatre, the first live events in the theatre since lockdown. Highlights include a new project from Supertramp saxophonist John Helliwell, performing with the Singh String Quartet and Hammond maestro John Ellis,  and two special guest slots with vocalist Vimala Rowe, who’ll perform with Alina Bzhezhinska Hip Harp Quartet and Tony Kofi Quintet.


PRESS RELEASE:


Hull Jazz Festival celebrates the return of live music this November!

 

Hull Jazz Festival is delighted to be back with a series of live shows at Hull Truck Theatre from 12 th – 15 th November, the first live events in the Theatre since
lockdown. In a first for Hull Jazz Festival, all shows will also be livestreamed to a global audience.

 

The new line-up features some previously announced artists plus two new shows, including a brand new piece by Supertramp saxophonist John Helliwell on Sunday
15 th November. He’ll be performing new arrangements of Supertramp’s Ever Open Door and other tear-jerking ballads, accompanied by the incredible Singh String
Quartet and Hammond organ maestro John Ellis.

 

Festival favourites saxophonist Snake Davis and guitarist and singer-songwriter Gareth Moulton open the festival on Thursday 12 th November with an evening of
gorgeous mellow pop, rock, jazz and soul music.

 

Friday 13 th November sees a celebration of the music of one of the jazz world’s most loved female voices with The Kate Peters Band: The Songs of Ella Fitzgerald. First
formed in 2017 to celebrate the centenary of Ella’s birth, the band performs classic arrangements from across Ella’s career, recorded with the likes of Nelson Riddle,
George Gershwin, Count Basie and Chick Webb.

 

A double bill on Saturday 14 th November opens with Alina Bzhezhinska Hip Harp Project with special guest Vimala Rowe. With a growing reputation for innovation, this new project sees Ukrainian/Polish harpist Alina Bzhezhinska pay homage to some of jazz, funk and hip-hop’s greatest innovators. Her new quartet draws from a
variety of influences, including Dorothy Ashby’s Afro-harping, Alice Coltrane’s spiritual outputs and Sun Ra’s jazz experimentation, as well as 90’s trip-hop and Kuti-
esque Afrobeat rhythms.

 

Alto sax master Tony Kofi wraps up the Saturday double bill with his Quintet and their loving celebration of jazz giant Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley.  The group traces
the explosive music of Cannonball from his first session as leader in 1955 through to work with Miles Davis and the soul-jazz of the late 1960s. Expect Adderley brothers classics like Things Are Getting Better, Sack O’Woe and Mercy, Mercy, Mercy, as well as a guest vocal spot by Vimala Rowe, exploring the memorable 1961 collaboration with Nancy Wilson.

 

Hull Jazz Festival Director David Porter said: “We’re proud and delighted to be re- opening Hull Truck Theatre and bringing back live music after months of uncertainty. We’ve all missed the buzz and thrill of extraordinary music played by some of the world’s best artists and we’ve worked with our friends at Hull Truck to
introduce new safety measures so that our audiences, artists and staff can enjoy a safe and comfortable experience”.

 

All shows will be socially distanced in the main auditorium at Hull Truck Theatre and limited to around 100 people. Covid-secure guidelines will be published on the Hull Truck Theatre website and their box office team will be available to answer any questions on 01482 323638. Tickets for both the live events and livestreams will be
available from the Hull Truck Theatre website: http://www.hulltruck.co.uk

 

Full listings can be found on the Hull Jazz Festival website:
https://hulljazzfestival.co.uk/whats-on/.

 

Hull Truck Theatre
50 Ferensway
Hull
HU2 8LB

Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla at The Tin Music & Arts, Coventry (tbc).

Date: Friday, October 30, 2020

More details

Friday 30th October tbc Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla The Tin Music & Arts, Coventry
02476 230 699


From The Tin Music & Arts website;
https://thetinmusicandarts.org.uk/events/shkayla2/

In The Moment presents: Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla


30/10/2020
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
£7.50 advance / £10 door

 

Due to the ongoing uncertainty of when live music will be allowed to restart the organisers have decided to postpone this show to Friday 30th October.


Tickets will be valid for new date. Thank you for your understanding.


Tickets – £7.50 in advance, £10 at the door
Doors 7.30 pm
Ages 14+
In The Moment presents Joe O’Donnell’s Shkayla – progressive Celtic rock


Coventry resident Joe O’Donnell, born in Limerick, Ireland, is one of the finest Celtic rock violinists and composers. Best known for his fiery and innovative playing in East of Eden, Headstone and The Woods Band (pre-Steeleye Span), he also recorded with Thin Lizzy and Henry McCullough. His acclaimed 1977 concept album, ‘Gaodhal’s Vision’, featuring Rory Gallagher, was remastered and re-released in 2017.


Joe’s long-established band Shkayla (‘Stories’) fuses the spirit of the Celtic tradition and progressive rock. It features top Midlands musicians Si Hayden, Martin Barter, Karen Milne and Adrian Litvinoff. The band delivers enormous energy, and also the delicacy of Celtic music.


“….an alchemical marriage of rock and folk…” – Let It Rock

 

Location
The Tin At The Coal Vaults


The Tin Music and Arts | Units 1 - 4, The Canal Basin, CV1 4LY | Tel : 02476 230 699 | Registered Charity No. : 1152636

 

The EFG London Jazz Festival Friday 13 - Sunday 22 November 2020 “Living in Two Worlds”, Live / Virtual event.

Dates: Friday, November 13, 2020 - Sunday, November 22, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists

More details

08/07/2020

We have received the following press release;


EFG London Jazz Festival 2020 coming this November.


The EFG London Jazz Festival
Friday 13 - Sunday 22 November 2020

 

Living in Two Worlds
This year EFG London Jazz Festival will be an event that is both live and digital - Living in Two Worlds - and will run from Friday 13 to Sunday 22 November.

 

The unprecedented circumstances of 2020 have meant we have had to rethink how music is experienced to create a Festival that is accessible to a wide audience and transcends borders.

 

We aim to bring together exclusive live concerts, a digital platform that streams live and bespoke content, new commissions, interactive creative engagement projects, rare archive recordings, films, talks, interviews, webinars and a series of broadcasts.
The plan is for this to be a major live and digital event that lives in two worlds at the same time.

We are also thrilled to present our new Festival design, inspired by the multiple sounds and unifying nature of jazz, reaching out to audiences everywhere.

We continue our commitment to the UK jazz scene and its connections to the global arena, showcasing the best of international talent, new work, new collaborations, unique performances, audience interaction, and our collaboration with clubs, communities and other producers.


The programme, details on venues, tickets, and online viewing options will be announced in September.


‘Great international festivals such as the EFG London Jazz Festival show that London is open to creativity and to people from across the world’ (Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London)

 

‘The best jazz festival on the planet’ (Jez Nelson, BBC Radio 3)

 

‘A dazzling display across the musical spectrum’ (★★★★★ The Guardian)


‘I played the EFG London Jazz Festival a number of times, and every time it’s been a pleasure, a privilege’ (Herbie Hancock)

 

http://www.efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk

 

Scarborough Jazz Festival, The Spa, Scarborough, Yorkshire.

Dates: Friday, February 12, 2021 - Sunday, February 14, 2021

Featuring: Various Artists

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We have received the following press release, issued in June 2020;

Scarborough Jazz Festival Postponed Until February 2021

 

This year’s Scarborough Jazz Festival has been postponed from September until February 2021.

 

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to evolve, the decision has been made to move the 3-day festival held at Scarborough Spa to the weekend of 12-14 February 2021.

 


The festival line-up remains unchanged barring one act, Swiss band VEIN who have touring commitments in Canada but it is hoped they will be part of the September 2021 Festival.

 

Due to the date change, the festival’s Earlybird weekend ticket offer has been extended until the end of October and customers only need to get in touch if they can’t make the rescheduled festival when a full refund will be given.

 

Mike Gordon, The Scarborough Jazz Festival Director said:
“Sadly, but as you probably anticipated, the Scarborough Jazz Festival will not take place in September. However, the good news is that we have decided to postpone the event until 12th to 14th February 2021. I have been in touch with all the performers we had booked for September and I’m delighted to say that of the seventeen acts only one cannot manage the February dates. I have had numerous very positive comments about the programme and we are all looking forward to a wonderful weekend-the sun has been known to shine on Scarborough in February!  Hope to see you then”.

 

The Scarborough Jazz Festival line-up features a host of established jazz musicians alongside many new faces: the ground breaking pianist Fergus McCreadie; violinist John Pearce (with Dave Newton); the eleven piece Elftet led by vibes player Johnny Mansfield and gypsy jazz from Djanco.

 

The highly respected pianist Nikki Iles has put together a Who’s Who of British jazz with her 19-piece Jazz Orchestra.

 

Another big outfit, Hans Koller – Bird Migration, will be celebrating the anniversary of Charlie Parker one of the great jazz legends and the smaller combos on the bill represent some of the UK’s most creative musicians: Julian Joseph Trio, Jean Toussaint All Star 6tet, Karen Sharp Quartet, Dave O’Higgins & Rob Luft Quartet, Phil Robson’s Organ Trio and Zoe Gilby’s Quartet who will perform her Aurora project.

 

Offering something very different will be the Oxley-Meier Guitar Project with 12 guitars on stage; words and music spinning a tale from Rafe’s Dilemma; and undoubted surprises from world class singer Ian Shaw, with Iain Ballamy and James Safir.

 

Weekend, Day & Session Tickets for the rearranged festival are now back on sale and can be purchased via http://www.scarboroughjazzfestival.co.uk


Scarborough Jazz Festival
New Dates: 12-14 February 2021
Scarborough Spa
http://www.scarboroughjazzfestival.co.uk


Full Line Up;


Friday 12th February
12.30pm: Rafe’s Dilemma
2.15pm: John Pearce & Dave Newton
4pm: Oxley/Meier Guitar Project
7pm: TBC
8.45pm: Julian Joseph Trio
10.30pm: Hans Koller - Bird Migration Big Band-A Celebration of the Centenary of Charlie Parker


Saturday 13th February
12.30pm: Djanco featuring Andy Aitchison
2.15pm: Karen Sharp Quartet
4pm: Ian Shaw, Iain Ballamy, Jamie Safir -What’s New
7pm: Nikki Iles Jazz Orchestra
8.45pm: Zoe Gilby – ‘Aurora’
10.30pm:  Jean Toussaint Allstar 6tet


Sunday 14th February
12.30pm: The Fergus McCreadie Trio
2.15pm: Jonny Mansfield’s Elftet
4pm: Dave O’Higgins & Rob Luft Quartet
7pm: Phil Robson’s Organ Trio
8.45pm: The Alan Barnes Octet - ‘Jazz Portraits’

 

 

‘Between The Lines’ Festival at Kings Place and Cafe Oto London.

Dates: Wednesday, October 07, 2020 - Thursday, October 29, 2020

Featuring: Various Artists

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We have received the following press release;

Between the Lines saved by relocation - one of the only live festivals in London this year.


BETWEEN THE LINES
Wednesday 7 – Thursday 29 October | LONDON
Tickets onsale tomorrow Friday 11 September, 10am at serious.org.uk/btl

 

As the world opens its doors once more, we’re thrilled to say we’ve saved our series of music that transcends genre, Between the Lines, to be one of the only live event Festivals in London this year. We’ve successfully relocated the venues and kept the same dates to ensure all booked audience can still enjoy the shows - with more tickets onsale tomorrow Friday 11 September from 10am

 

ERASED TAPES: ANNE MÜLLER, DANIEL THORNE, HATIS NOIT
Wednesday 7 October | LONDON Kings Place as part of the Luminate series

 

LEAFCUTTER JOHN, HELEN PAPAIOANNOU, SKYLLA (RUTH GOLLER, LAUREN KINSELLA, ALICE GRANT)
Thursday 22 October | LONDON Café OTO

 

THE SPECTACULAR EMPIRE: LORAINE JAMES, GLOR1A, DEMIGOSH
Thursday 29 October | LONDON Café OTO

 

Serious is very proud to present a 2020 edition of Between The Lines – our concert series of music that transcends genre – joining forces with some of our favourite artists, labels and collectives to co-curate a series of performances of boundary-pushing music throughout October

 

Each night features a collection of musicians at the forefront of musical experimentation, ranging from neo-classical cello to Japanese Gagaku, an acapella vocal group to modular synth improvisation, and queer IDM to experimental RnB. 

 

First, on Wednesday 7 October our friends at Erased Tapes have curated a beautiful triple bill, continuing their Erased Tapes 2020 series, featuring German cellist and Nils Frahm collaborator Anne Müller’s first live appearance in London since the release of her debut album Heliopause, a solo set from Immix Ensemble founder and saxophonist Daniel Thorne, and the enchanting London-based Japanese voice artist Hatis Noit, plus some surprises on the night. This night is part of King’s Place’s Luminate series - shining a light on new music creation today, becoming less defined by genre, more framed by its emotional and cultural contexts.
This show is part of Kings Place’s Luminate series - less defined by genre, more framed by its emotional and cultural contexts. Luminate taps into this bold, exploratory landscape in a series of shows that will provoke and inspire.
Anne Müller: https://annemuller.bandcamp.com/album/heliopause
Daniel Thorne: https://vimeo.com/118694971
Hatis Noit: https://youtu.be/0v0HacvKcK8

 

Then on Thursday 22 October we are joined by legendary electronic musician and producer Leafcutter John, who has put together a night of new collaborations and projects spanning the wide range of his extensive musical output. He’ll be performing with saxophonist and composer Helen Papaioannou in a first-time collaboration, and to support he’s invited his friend Ruth Goller (of Melt Yourself Down and Vula Viel fame, amongst others) who will perform with her new trio Skylla, featuring vocalists Lauren Kinsella and Alice Grant. Presented in association with Border Community. 
This show will be socially distance seated at Café OTO in Dalston.
Leafcutter John: https://youtu.be/XaCOvylhxks
Skylla: https://vimeo.com/340450443 
Helen Papaioannou: https://youtu.be/wGjhaBLelgc 


Between The Lines x The Spectacular Empire Showcase
On Thursday 29 October we team up with The Spectacular Empire – an artist collective led by experimental grime/dancehall artist GAIKA – who have put together a triple bill of spectacular proportions of artists at the cutting of edge of London’s RnB and hip hop scene. Featuring Hyperdub’s IDM producer Loraine James (whose debut album For You And I was named The Quietus’ Album of 2019), genre-bending RnB artist GLOR1A, and rising Afro-Irish rapper DEMIGOSH.
Showcasing artists at the forefront of 21st Century Afro-futurism and politically charged music, The Spectacular Empire and its artists’ endeavours are especially relevant during a crisis that has disproportionately affected ethnic minorities, and we look forward to welcoming them to Between The Lines in October.
Loraine James
North London native Loraine James is an electronic producer who effortlessly blends Electronica and IDM with whispers of jazz and ambience all wrapped up in the artists key avant-garde aesthetic and sensibility. Having recently released Button Mashing on New York Haunted, Loraine has gone on to sign with Hyperdub for her next release, For You And I.
GLOR1A
GLOR1A is an experimental multidisciplinary music artist creating music that cannot be boxed in, her sound is rooted in electronic, RnB and hip hop with her powerful soulful voice commanding the sonic experience. GLOR1A creates one-off otherworldly live environments for the audience to enjoy. Her first EP was championed by CLASH and Notion and we are excited for more music in 2020.
DEMIGOSH
DEMIGOSH is a solo act, active member of London-based Afro-Irish collective Blackfish, and psych rock band Shadeemus. Whilst he has always been involved in collaborative music making and performance, he began carefully crafting his own sound 5 years ago when he made a critical move from Dublin to East London to pursue a career in music.
His creative impulse stems from an urgent need to reconnect with his Nigerian Yoruba roots, and to integrate this rich cultural heritage with western musical perspectives and indie influences afforded to him by his Irish upbringing. His contemporary and spiritually charged lyrics flow easily between English and Yoruba interwoven with his full bodied and intricate production work to present a post-apocalyptic afro-futurist vision of DEMIGOSH.
Loraine James: https://youtu.be/R-hqMQug3aQ
GLOR1A: https://youtu.be/9hpO5gsm_5g
DEMIGOSH: https://youtu.be/HGDrC_2YmCA


VENUES:


LONDON Kings Place (Hall One)
90 York Way
London
N1 9AG


LONDON Cafe OTO
18 - 22 Ashwin Street
London
E8 3DL

 


View the series at http://www.serious.org.uk/btl


Serious are one of the UK’s leading producers and curators of live jazz, international and new music. Serious produces events that range from major concerts, festivals and national and international tours through to learning and participation programmes, conferences and specially commissioned bespoke events. Alongside its core role as a live music events producer, and programme consultant, Serious are committed to ensuring that music is accessible to all, and that artists have opportunities needed to reach their full potential. Our charity Serious Trust is crucial in enabling this ambition through supporting our talent development, learning & participation and commissioning programmes.
http://www.serious.org.uk

 

Milestones Jazz Festival, curated by Ronnie Scott’s at Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, London.

Date: Sunday, July 25, 2021

Featuring: Various Artists

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From the Milestones Festival website;

RONNIE SCOTT’S PRESENTS
MILESTONES FESTIVAL 2020
HAS BEEN POSTPONED
NOW RESCHEDULED FOR
SUNDAY 25TH JULY 2021, ALEXANDRA PALACE
YOUR TICKET REMAINS VALID FOR 2021 AND WE WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DEFER YOUR BOOKING TO NEXT SUMMER’S EVENT
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR POINT OF PURCHASE TICKET AGENCY


Visit http://www.milestonesfestival.co.uk to find out more about the festival and get updates on the line-up as further acts are announced.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/milestonesfest


Twitter: https://twitter.com/milestonesfest


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/milestonesfest/


Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London N22 7AY

 

Burton Agnes Jazz and Blues Festival Burton Agnes Hall, Driffield ,East Yorkshire.

Dates: Friday, July 09, 2021 - Sunday, July 11, 2021

Featuring: Various Artists

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From the Burton Agnes website;


Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival
Friday 9th to Sunday 11th July 2021
Postponement from 2020 to 2021 due to the impact of coronavirus


The Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival will not take place in 2020 (originally planned for 17th to 19th July 2020). All plans are postponed until 2021, when the Festival will run during the weekend of Friday 9th to Sunday 11th July 2021. Everyone who purchased tickets for the 2020 dates has been emailed, or written to if we do not have an email address, to explain the changes. Their tickets are valid for the 2021 dates. If you purchased tickets for the 2020 dates, and have not had an email or letter from us dated 9th April 2020, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 01262 490324 during normal office hours for more information.


Early bird tickets are on sale now for the 9th to 11th July 2021
For tickets, click ‘Ticket and Prices’ link.
https://www.burtonagnes.com/Jazz_Festival/Tickets_and_Prices.html


‘Now this is a proper music festival.’ The Times


‘Possibly the most enjoyable jazz concert I’ve ever attended’ The Independent


‘They say that good things come in small packages. This may be one of the summer’s smallest gatherings, but it’s also one of the most sophisticated…’ Daily Mail


One of The Daily Telegraph’s best fifteen festivals for the over 50s.


The Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival, which began in 2007, will next take place over the weekend of Friday 9th to Sunday 11th July 2021. Music will come from the main stage in the grounds, the late night acts in the bar tent, inside the Great Hall, and from our cafe and shops courtyard.


For details of the 2021 line up click on the ‘Line Up’ link.
https://www.burtonagnes.com/Jazz_Festival/Line_Up.html

 

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?
If you don’t already know, then read on…


The festival is uniquely set in one of the UK’s finest Elizabethan stately piles, our very own Burton Agnes Hall! Over twenty five bands provide a weekend of Jazz and Blues from our manicured lawns and inside our ornately carved Great Hall. There is civilised camping with hot showers in the adjacent park field, children’s entertainers, local ale and food, late night acts in the bar tent and open mic performances in our shops and cafe courtyard.
Could this be the most breathtaking place to spend a weekend, soaking up the UK’s hottest jazz and blues acts?


We provide music for all tastes, from those seeking an ambient accompaniment to a glass of wine in the majestic grounds; to the jazz or blues aficionado wanting to get up close to star performers. Delicious baking from our courtyard cafe will be served in the tea tent; with locally roasted coffee brewed on our Gaggia coffee machine. There is a fabulous range of locally sourced food on our food lawn; next door to our vintage ice cream van and its real dairy ice creams. Award winning Wold Top beers will be on tap, brewed just a few miles away.


There is camping for tents, caravans and motor homes in the beautiful surroundings of the adjacent Park Field, with hot showers laid on. The child in all of us is taken care of by balloon artistry and face painting, and highlights of Burton Agnes’ grounds including a woodland adventure playground, a maze, giant games, jungle garden and woodland walk with forest creatures to find.


WHAT OUR FESTIVAL GOERS SAY..

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“Wow what a weekend absolutely perfect” Alison Hillier


“The whole experience was brilliant…the combination of antiquity and youthful influence from Simon and his family, protecting tradition and heritage yet creating a relaxed and happy atmosphere. We will be back again.” Tom and Hildy Young


‘Just wanted to pass on our congratulations for a truly excellent day…we had been to the Jazz Festival before and really enjoyed ourselves soaking up the very special atmosphere. We will be back and will recommend to our friends and family.’ Susan Silver


“Great festival! Thank you all so much. As usual we were made to feel most welcome, we enjoyed the music, the food and the setting. We will be coming next year, for me it’ll be 10/10….Best wishes to one and all.” Annie Bourton Card and Marion Wheeler


“We shall be joining you next year and hope for a line up just as special as this years. Our very kind regards to Simon and his family, and to all the hard-working staff at the lovely Burton Agnes Hall.” Alan and Kim Brown


“Another brilliant weekend at your spectacular home, you kindly share with a few hundred music fans…Tickets bought for next year looking forward already.” John and Jan Pepper


“WOW, another brilliant weekend…can’t fault the line up and of course Simon doing his bit, wonderful to see him mingling and chatting to us punters even though I’m sure he must have a really hectic weekend…Thank you to Simon and family and all of the Burton Agnes team who work so hard for our entertainment.” Val and Dave Bareham


If you would like to receive information about the Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival, please email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


For more information please visit: https://www.burtonagnes.com/Jazz_Festival/Tickets_and_Prices.html
Telephone 01262 490324