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Sounds Echoed with The Paul Jordanous Jazz Ensemble

The stunning, original and expansive ensemble return to Norden Farm following their recent UK tour.

Paul Jordanous (trumpet) is a London based trumpeter, pianist, composer arranger. He has been a regular on the jazz, funk and soul scenes for the last 13 years. He is joined by Piers Green (sax), Leo Appleyard (guitar), Sam Leak (piano), Kevin Glasgow (bass) and Ted Carrasco (drums).

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

Studio
£15 (£13 conc) £5 under 16s

Paul's Website

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The Guido Spannocchi Trio

Guido Spannocchi is a Vienna born London based saxophonist currently about to release his third album. His previous albums Ahead Only in 2017 and Terms & Conditions in 2018 have gained him international press reviews and radio airplay.

Together with his trio, Guido has toured through Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Italy, France and the UK and has had a major tour in Brazil. He also hosts several regular nights in renowned Jazz clubs in London.

Collected during childhood, as well as various tours, the repertoire and compositions focus on eastern European lullabies combined with Brazilian and world rhythms in a unique harmonic structure. These come to life particularly through the interplay of the band members. Consisting of alto saxophone, double bass and drums - this ensemble is as fragile as it is transparent and never ceases to take the listener on a journey through uncharted territory.

WHY? ‘An exciting deep jazz album creating a real buzz’ Paul Bradshaw, Worldwide FM

‘Wonderfully real jazz’ Christian Bakonyi, Austrian National Radio OE1

‘A modern day Ornette Coleman’ Tony Kofi

‘The perfect antidote’ Tamsin Snow

Studio
£14 (£12 conc)

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Horns of Plenty - Martin Shaw (trumpet/flugel)

One of the UK's Jazz heroes, Martin is a featured soloist with the BBC Big Band.

Teamed with ‘a young Jazz giant’ Will Gibson (saxes) and the superb rhythm section headed by Clark Tracey (drums) with Alex Hutton (piano) and Ollie Hayhurst (bass).

WHY? A stunning musician at the top of his game

Studio
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

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Matthew Read Trio

Formed in 2015, the Matthew Read Trio brings together three like-minded approaches for music making, creating an exciting new performance every time they play.

Drawing influence from the bands of Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Paul Motianand many more, the group bring a fresh edge to the world of the guitar trio.

Featuring Benedict Wood (guitar), Arthur Newell (drums) and Matthew Read (double bass).

WHY? ‘Proof indeed that the British Jazz scene at the moment is in incredible form’ Chris Philips, Jazz FM

‘Lean yet supple, song-like melody is the chief feature here, set in service of a mature, diversely inflected quality of storytelling’ ★★★★★ Jazz Journal

‘This is definitely a trio on which to keep a sharp eye’ ★★★★ All About Jazz

Studio
£14 (£12 conc)

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Summer Magic - Simon Allen (saxes)

A formidable young Jazz artist, Simon's style and humour creates great jazz - perfect for a magical summer's evening at Norden Farm.

With the renowned rhythm section, The Pendulum Trio; Alex Hutton (piano), Ollie Hayhurst (bass) and Mark Fletcher (drums).

WHY? ‘He knows how to produce a luminous, floating tone on alto sax, has an impressive technique’ The Independent

Studio
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

Simon Allen's Website

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Jazz on a Summer's Day - Alan Barnes (saxes)

Presented by Jazz at the Farm.

Alan is a much sought-after Jazz artist both internationally and in the UK. This is a most pleasurable and welcome return to Maidenhead of this multi-reedist supremo.
Supported by the astounding Pendulum Rhythm Section Alex Hutton (piano), Ollie Hayhurst (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums).

WHY? ‘A brilliant multi-instrumentalist who’s at home with the jazz repertoire of 30s and 40s swing, and the subsequent “modern” jazz style of bebop’ The Guardian

Studio
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

@alanbarnesjazz
@nordenfarm

Alan Barnes' Website

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Gabriel Latchin Trio - The Moon and I Tour

Pianist and composer Gabriel Latchin tours music from his new release The Moon and I.

Original compositions are accompanied by unique arrangements of well known jazz standards. Supported by a first-call London rhythm section of Dario Di Lecce (double bass) and Josh Morrison (drums). The trio have developed a unique sound: a hard-swinging 1950s aesthetic married with the contemporary vision of Latchin’s compositions.

WHY? Elegant, tasteful and swinging!’ Renée Fleming

Studio
£14 (£12 conc)

@GabrielLatchin
@nordenfarm

Gabriel Latchin's Website

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John Etheridge's Sweet Chorus

Sweet Chorus was formed by legendary guitarist John Etheridge to celebrate the work of his colleague and mentor - jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli.

The line up features Christian Garrick (violin), Dave Kelbie (rhythm guitar) and Andy Crowdy (double bass). A joyful feast of melodic and swinging acoustic jazz - featuring dazzling interplay, wit and repartee, in the spirit of the master

WHY? ‘Awesome authority whenever he touches a guitar’ The Guardian

Courtyard Theatre
£16

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Swinging Hot Jazz - Art Themen (saxes)

Undoubtedly one of the UK and Europe's best known jazz artists whose musicianship, style and humour creates great jazz.

He fronted the Stan Tracey quartet for 20 years and has toured the world. Art heads his rhythm section of choice Alex Hutton (piano) and Andy Cleyndert (bass).

WHY? ‘One of the most adventurous and edgy saxophonists’ London Jazz News

Studio
£15 (£13 conc) (£5 under 16s)

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