And all that jazz
PUBLISHED: 12:10 12 November 2009 | UPDATED: 17:20 25 August 2010
A JAZZ festival featuring a range of internationally renowned musicians is set to kick off tomorrow. The Greenwich Jazz Music Festival, organised by the council and the London Jazz Festival, will take place at venues across the borough until next Sunday.
A JAZZ festival featuring a range of internationally renowned musicians is set to kick off tomorrow.
The Greenwich Jazz Music Festival, organised by the council and the London Jazz Festival, will take place at venues across the borough until next Sunday.
Tomorrow, a free concert by Mercury-nominated pianist Zoe Rahman will take place from 7.30pm until 10pm at Charlton House and Trinity College graduate Aiden Glover will perform for diners at the Electriq Café in Eltham High Street.
This Saturday, a free performance of African Jazz with trumpeter and composer Claude Deppa and his six-piece jazz band will take place from 9pm at the Greenwich West Community and Arts Centre in Greenwich High Road.
Andrea Britton and Lord Large Band, from Babyshambles and Squeeze, will perform this Sunday and next Sunday at the North Pole in Greenwich High Road from 8pm.
Next Tuesday at the Recital Rooms in Blackheath Halls, Liane Carroll and Brian Kellock will perform alongside the Trinity Quintet from 7.30pm. Next Wednesday, Jazzy Nights featuring a special dance routine by Annette Walker and Korean pianist Younee with open slots by The Phil Mead Trio will take place at Myxenae House in Blackheath from 8pm. Then on Friday, Joe Stilgoe and Friends will perform for diners at the Tudor Barn in Well Hall Road, Eltham from 8.30pm.
The London Jazz Orchestra will round off the festival next Sunday with a free big band concert under the baton of composer Scott Stroman from 3 until 5pm.
For more information visit: www.greenwich.gov.uk/greenwichjazz.
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