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Spring into Summer with Stan Sulzmann (sax)

One of Europe and the UK's leading jazz artists.

Stan Sulzmann has a rich and varied career that has included playing with musicians as diverse as Kenny Wheeler, Larry Grenadier and Gwilym Simcock. Supported by his personal choice of rhythm sections – The Pendulum Trio: Clark Tracey (drums), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Alex Hutton (piano).

WHY? ‘It simply doesn’t get any better than this’ All About Jazz

£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

Stan Sulzmann's website


Jazz on a Summer's Night with Jeremy Price (trombone)

An outstanding solo jazz artist.

Jeremy is Director of Jazz Studies at The Birmingham Conservatoire of Music. He is a member of the London Jazz Orchestra and has worked for London Sinfonietta and the London Philharmonic Orchestra's Renga Ensemble.

Supported by brilliant young star Simon Marsh (saxes) and the a rhythm section headed by Clark Tracey (drums) with Alex Hutton (piano) and Andy Cleyndert (bass).

WHY? Jeremy has played for Tony Bennett, Robbie Williams and Jessye Norman

£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)



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

Brought back by public demand, the fresh, new programmes from two recently-awarded talents on the jazz scene.

Both Alexandra and Sean are BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year winners. Supported by an acclaimed rhythm section headed by drummer Clark Tracey with Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Alex Hutton (piano).

WHY? If you saw them last time you'll want to hear them again – and
if you didn't catch them, you definitely shouldn't miss them again!

£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

Alexandra Ridout's website


The Dime Notes

Blues-drenched sounds of clarinet driven 1920s New Orleans jazz combine with London's hard-swinging vintage jazz band.

It unearths a repertoire of hot swinging jazz, stomps, blueses and forgotten gems of the era by musicians such as Jelly Roll Morton and James P Johnson. The Dime Notes present a fresh take on a timeless style, emphasising the propulsive grooves and sultry melodies which made early jazz revolutionary, controversial and wildly popular.

WHY? ‘Inspired!’ Sunday Times

Courtyard Theatre
£15 (£13 Supporters)

The Dime Notes' website


The Magic of Summer with Simon Allen (saxes)

A formidable young jazz artist, Simon's style and humour creates great jazz.

With the renowned Pendulum Trio rhythm section: Alex Hutton (piano), Andy Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums).

WHY? ‘He knows how to produce a luminous, floating tone on alto sax, has an impressive technique, and constructs his solos with maturity and confidence’ The Independent

£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

Simon Allen website

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