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Join our one-off sessions for FREE which will give you an idea of what it\'s like being in a jazz group. These taster sessions cater to a wide range of musical styles and instruments. Tasters starting Monday 17 June - 6th July 20
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, London, UK
Beats & Pieces Big Band take the big band sound to places it’s never been before, embracing modern textures and techniques while acknowledging and celebrating their big band lineage. A driving force of the vibrant Manchester
Pianist, Andrew McCormack and Saxophonist, Jason Yarde released their debut, MY DUO at the Queen Elizabeth Hall opposite Tord Gustavsen as part of the London Jazz Festival in 2009.
They followed that up with Places And Other
Speakeasy Bootleg Band are best described as the Northwest\'s premier Vintage Swing, Jive and Gatsby era band specialising in the wedding, function and corporate markets, as well as having a substantial public profile. We are not
Do you like Jazz music? Do you play the Saxophone?
If playing as part of a group appeals to you, why not join John Seeley’s Jazz and Saxophone Group?
I run my own Jazz and Saxophone Workshop every Thursday evening througho
ACOUTASTiC BOMBASTiC was forged from a dream that say a handful of musicians explore a vast room filled with various instruments of all shapes and sizes. Made a reality in 2005 the group is linked through a number of longterm musi
Down for the Count are a mini big band who bring the sounds of the Swing Era back to life, with an electrifying show full of incredible energy and musicianship.
Since bursting onto the scene at Twinwood Festival in 2013, Down f
\"Blues and Roots Ensemble did a service to the larger than life legend Charles Mingus...handling the complexities of the bass playing genius with a dapper swagger.\" Jazz Standard.