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Musicians in town
25 April 2015

China Moses


"Like her mother, Dee De Bridegwater, Moses has charisma to spare"The Times  - "China Moses, with a sweet yet powerful voice reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald, did justice to old favourites like What A Little Moonlight Can Do, and Parlez-Moi d’Amour" - London Jazz News

02 April 2015

Kurt Rosenwinkel

 

“the sound of the future — just like bebop once was” Chicago Tribune 2009

01 March 2015

Jonathan Kreisberg


"He plays the hell out of the guitar, that’s for sure."  John Scofield
26 February 2015

Jojo Mayer


Jojo Mayer joins the jazz with musical influences from jungle, drum and bass, afrocuban etc. And simultaneously with the incredible techniques used (heel-toe bass drum, Moeller stroke, pull-out technique) which gave him the opportunity to play with incredible speed and with pinpoint accuracy, established among the best drummers in the world.
01 February 2015

Diane Schuur


Two time Grammy Award winner and one of contemporary jazz’s leading vocalists, Diane Schuur, nicknamed “Deedles” has   headlined many of the world's most prestigious music venues, and has toured the world performing with such greats as Quincy Jones, Stan Getz, B. B. King, Dizzy Gillespie, Maynard Ferguson, Ray Charles, and Stevie Wonder.

21 November 2014

Lee Konitz


Alto Saxophonist Lee Konitz, pioneer of "cool jazz" has enjoyed one of the most creative and prolific careers in modern jazz. After early experience with the Claude Thornhill Orchestra (arranged by Gil Evans), Stan Kenton’s Orchestra, the innovative small groups of pianist Lennie Tristano, and the Miles Davis Capitol Orchestra, Konitz turned freelance and has remained on the cutting edge of post-bop improvisation ever since.

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