A listing of Jazz concerts to occur in the coming weeks.
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ECM recording artist Iain Ballamy is recognised internationally as an outstanding and original musician and is one of the UK’s most widely acclaimed saxophonists and jazz composers. A rare opportunity to hear Iain in his home town of Guildford with his new trio, Molecatcher, featuring award winning young guitarist Rob Luft and Conor Chaplin on bass. An outstanding evening of live jazz in an intimate jazz club. Seating is cabaret style, tickets available in advance or on the door.Find out more »
One of the most intensely creative, dynamic and exciting performers on the UK scene, Gareth Williams has been receiving increasing critical and public acclaim since becoming a professional musician in the early 90s. Described as “jewel of a player... spinning out luminous introductions and codas” by Jazziz Magazine (USA), Gareth has dazzled audiences not only by his virtuoso approach to the piano, but he has increasingly been gaining recognition for his vocal talents, brought to the fore tonight for this…Find out more »
An evening of Jazz Funk from the Loire All Stars, playing the sound and grooves of the late 70’s and early 80’s funk heydey, including classic Herbie Hancock, John Scofield, Wayne Shorter, and Weather Report. Expect solid funk grooves from the bass and drums team of Flo Moore and Tristan Mailliot, providing the underpinning for the amazing soloing skills of Gareth Lockrane on flute, Will Barry on keys and Mark Ridout on guitar.Find out more »
An evening of live jazz in aid of the bowel cancer charity GUTS in the beautiful setting of the walled garden at Loseley Park. Featuring the Director of the Ronnie Scott's Big Band, Pete Long and his Quintet, the programme includes a jazz arrangement of Holst's The Planets, a tribute to the great "King of Swing" Benny Goodman, plus an opening set from the Farnham Big Band. Bring a picnic and your favourite tipple and spread out on the lawns…Find out more »
Since forming in 2016, the highly enthusiastic audience reactions to the concerts of the Alex Curtis band bear testimony to how well the band works together in this setting. Drawing on a whole range of influences, they demonstrate outstanding musicianship and very strong collective writing skills. Expect highly original arrangements/compositions, heavy grooves and plenty of exciting group interaction. Featuring special guest, Dave O'Higgins on tenor sax. Twice winner of Best Tenor Sax at the British Jazz Awards, saxophonist Dave O’Higgins…Find out more »