Tickets are £35 per evening.
£15 per afternoon
There is also a full festival pass for all six concerts available for £145.
Please note we are busy working on the programme and there may be a few changes.
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First Set – Mike Walker on Guitar, Gwilym Simcock on Piano, with Thomas Gould and The Singh Quartet – Second Set – The Tim Garland Trio ‘Re-Focus’, with Thomas Gould on Violin and The Singh Quartet.
Long-time collaborators Mike Walker and Gwilym Simcock have produced some of the most interesting compositions in recent contemporary jazz. They will be joined in tonight's performance by the Singh Quartet and virtuoso violinist Thomas Gould. Re-Focus. Grammy award-winning saxophonist and composer Tim Garland celebrates jazz great Stan Getz' 1961 cult hit ‘Focus’, joined by Asaf Sirkis; Drums, Yuri Goloubev; Double Bass, Thomas Gould; Violin, and the Singh Quartet. Jazzwise magazine wrote of this work's premiere at the 2016 London Jazz…Find out more »
We celebrate John Helliwell's 75th year with 'When I Was Young'. His distinctive saxophone and clarinet sounds have been heard by millions through his work with the legendary Supertramp. As the band rose to No.1 in the US charts in 1979 with 'Breakfast in America', John became a part of the soundtrack of our lives. 'When I was Young' celebrates John's life in music, with specially-written and arranged music from British Composer Award winner Andy Scott. Joining John will be…Find out more »
First Set – Gwilym Simcock; Solo Piano. Second Set – The Tommy Smith Quartet – Embodying The Light; The Music of John Coltrane
Gwilym Simcock is one of the most gifted pianists and imaginative composers on the European scene, who has risen to international prominence through his work in recent years as a member of Pat Metheny's group. Gwilym moves effortlessly between jazz and classical music with harmonic sophistication, a subtle dovetailing of musical traditions and jaw-dropping technique. Tommy Smith Quartet - Embodying The Light, The Music of John Coltrane. Tommy Smith - Tenor Saxophone; Pete Johnstone - Piano; Calum Gourlay - Double Bass; …Find out more »
Hermine Deurloo’s approach on the chromatic harmonica is both rich and varied, with effortless fluency. Initially a first-study saxophonist at the Amsterdam Conservatoire, at the same time she taught herself to play the harmonica. She has performed all over the world and with musicians such as Jim Black, Han Bennink, Tony Scherr, The Willem Breuker Kollektief, Candy Dulfer, Al Jarreau, and the Metropole Orchestra Alice Zawadzki is a vocalist, violinist, songwriter and composer based in London. Her work as a…Find out more »
Weather Walker Trio, featuring Tim Garland, saxophones & bass clarinet, Jason Rebello, piano and Yuri Goloubev, double bass, will perform music from Tim's recent critically acclaimed album 'Weather Walker', material characterised by Tim's signature mixture of soaring melody, sophisticated composition and earthy folk influence. 'Absolute essential listening’ – ★★★★★. BBC Music Magazine review of 'Weather Walker'. The Impossible Gentlemen. One of the finest and most adventurous contemporary jazz groups of recent years. Founded by Mike Walker and Gwilym Simcock, in…Find out more »
Sunday evening begins with the Jason Rebello Trio; Jason Rebello - Piano, Asaf Sirkis - Drums, and Yuri Goloubev - Double Bass Classically trained, but inspired by Herbie Hancock, Jason came to the attention of one of the founders of jazz fusion, Weather Report’s saxophonist Wayne Shorter, in the late 1980s. Impressed by his musical fluency and style, Shorter produced his debut album 'A Clearer View' in 1990. Since then, he has worked with many illustrious jazz, rock and pop…Find out more »