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Duende Jazz Trio

Duende is a London based Latin jazz trio.

The collaboration of electric piano, electric bass and congas/percussion give a unique sound to this line up influenced by Latin-American rhythms and grooves. Latin-Jazz is a highly energetic mixture of diverse Latin-American styles (folkloristic and popular) and jazz.

WHY? With a special guest appearance from guitarist Ant Law – ‘An innovator’ The Guardian

Studio
£14, £12 Supporters

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Mark Nightingale (trombone)

A welcome return of this internationally renowned jazz artist.

He is a much in demand session musician. He plays regularly in bands led by Andy Panayi, Alan Barnes, Laurence Cottle and Stan Tracey. Supported by a young jazz great – Simon Marsh (sax). With the superb rhythm section headed by Clark Tracey (drums) this combination is quite magical!

WHY? Mark has recorded and played with artists including Cleo Laine, Charlie Watts and Frank Sinatra

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

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Art Themen (saxes)

One of the most sought-after musicians on the UK jazz scene, acclaimed for his originality and individual style.

He is supported by the top rhythm section of Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums) - acclaimed at every gig.

WHY? Art fronted the Stan Tracey quartet for over 20 years and is winner of a British Jazz Award for tenor sax

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

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Hailey Tuck

Jazz singer Hailey Tuck has been enchanting audiences across Europe.

Hailey was raised on a diet of black and white movies, 1930s jazz and vintage dresses. She has already reimagined the work of an eclectic line up of artists including Fats Waller, The Zombies and Maroon 5.

WHY? Enjoy Hailey’s uniquely captivating voice that sits somewhere between Billie Holiday, Regina Spektor and Ella Fitzgerald

Studio
£14

@Haileytuck
@nordenfarm

Hailey Tuck's website

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Mary Alexander - Meet Me at the Waldorf

Popular lecturer Mary Alexander presents the extraordinary story of two iconic hotels built on Astor feuds, fortunes and art patronage. Mary will take the audience on a journey back to the glamour and intrigue of the Jazz Age.

WHY? This is a free taster event, presented by The Arts Society, who are hoping to launch permanently in Maidenhead later this year.

The Arts Society is a leading arts education charity. They have a global network of local Societies which connects people to the arts and to each other. Their Societies arrange programmes of lectures given by world-class lecturers all of whom are experts in their fields. In addition, the Societies organise study days, visits and take part in a broad variety of heritage and arts based volunteer projects enabling our members to make a practical contribution to ensure the future of our artistic heritage.

Presented by The Arts Society

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Alexandra Ridout (trumpet, flugel) and Sean Payne (saxes)

Jazz at the Farm present two winners of the BBC Young Musician Jazz Award.

Alexandra Ridout was crowned the winner of the BBC Young Musician Jazz Award 2016 at the age of 17. Sean Payne is London based saxophonist and composer who won the award in in 2014. They are supported by an acclaimed rhythm section headed by drummer Clarke Tracey, with Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Alex Hutton (piano).

WHY? Fresh, new programmes from two recently awarded talents on the Jazz scene

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

Alexandra Ridout's website

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The Dime Notes

This hard swinging, old style jazz band bring a repertoire of stomps, blueses and forgotten gems.

The four piece band are fronted by David Hornblow (clarinet) and American pianist / composer / musicologist Andrew Oliver. Rhythm guitarist Dave Kelbie and Tom Wheatley (bass) complete the line up.

WHY? Dig back into the blues-drenched sounds of clarinet driven 1920s New Orleans jazz

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 conc)

The Dime Notes' website

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Sounds Echoed with The Paul Jordanous Jazz Ensemble

A stunning, original and expansive ensemble returning to Norden Farm following their recent UK tour.

The line up features Paul Jordanous (trumpet), Piers Green (saxes), Trevor Mires (trombone), Sam Leak (piano), Tom Mason (bass), Ted Carrasco (drums).

WHY? ‘Jordanous's calibre as a masterful craftsman is a treasure to behold’ Blues and Soul Magazine

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

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