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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
Marsden Jazz Festival showcases artists from a wide range of locations and at various stages of their career. The festival welcomes a number of youth groups, early career musicians, as well as world-renowned established artists.
Jazz & Blues club - live music every week - craft world beer, local ales, wine, gin and whisky. Occasional diversions to Comedy, Country, Classical & Americana.
We have some of the most wonderful British and Internation
The Bear Club, Mill Yard, Guildford Street, Luton, 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
“The band is impressively hip...with a variety of rich melodies, vibrant harmonies and infectious grooves...the optimism of the music shines through like a shaft of sunlight on a winter’s day.” London Jazz News
Jason Yarde – Saxes
Larry Bartley - Bass
Mike Pickering - Drums
In contrast to playing in the big bands of Andrew Hill, McCoy Tyner, Sam Rivers, Hermeto Pascoal, Roy Ayers, Manu Dibango and his own AC
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
Outfit Groove is a professional jazz trio / quartet based in South-West England who arrange and perform a diverse range of music from reputed composers that are fun, enjoyable and entertaining to perform and listen to. Public and
\"Good musicians and some overt European campaigning – but then jazz has always been a political music, so why not?\" London Jazz News Jan 2019
\"The blend with Mowat’s clear-t
NoJazz was born in 2001 when musicians from different backgrounds got together. With an explosive first album in 2002, a handful of multi-coloured remixes and cult concerts all over France and the rest of the world, in just a few
We are a jazz charity entirely run by volunteers with a passion for jazz in Leeds. To date we run two annual festivals - the Jazz Leeds Festival in the City Centre in July and the Village Jazz Festival in Chapel Allerton in Augus
Seven Arts, Harrogate Road, Leeds, UK