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Jazz At Morley - Jazz concert series at Morley College London

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Morley College London

61 Westminster Bridge Road

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SE1 7HT

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Join us again for our Jazz series created by Flavio Li Vigni, Tori Freestone and Mark Kavuma featuring artists who have set the standard on the British scene, and newcomers redefining the style and spirit of Jazz.

Before each concert there will be a pre-show talk and interview with the artist/s from 18:15-19:00. The show will start at 19:30. Entry to the talk/interview is free as part of your concert ticket.

Season tickets are available for the full series of concerts at £50, individual concert tickets are £12 per show.

The Line Up

Friday 28 February 2020

Alice Zawadzki, Rob Luft + Andrew McCormack and Jason Yarde

Alice Zawadzki and Rob Luft: A unique and unmissable duet from two stars of the new UK jazz scene. Vocalist, violinist, songwriter and composer Alice Zawadzki is an original, committed and passionate performer. Award winning guitarist Rob Luft is one of the most sought after musicians around, his debut album 'Riser' being one of 2017's finest, acclaimed across Europe. Their energy and virtuosity on a mix of folk songs in different languages and styles, combined with their own original music, creates a very special and intimate atmosphere - really, don't miss this.

Andrew McCormack and Jason Yarde: Imagine a musical melange, where a cross-genre of world music meets jazz and classical music, which communicates to the audience through folk-like melodies while showcasing the joys of group interplay and individual virtuosity. Welcome to the McCormack & Yarde Duo. Andrew McCormack (piano) and Jason Yarde (saxes) have been playing and recording as a duo for nearly a decade, to immense critical acclaim, whether it's with the Elysian String Quartet or other internationally acclaimed artists.

Friday 24 April 2020

Nicky Iles and Stan Sulzman + Ivo Neame and Jim Hart

A long-standing musical friendship and frequent collaborations between two of the most established British jazz artists. Ivo Neame and Jim Hart Piano and percussion duo presenting their new album Multiverse. Multiverse is the debut album from two of Europe’s leading Jazz instrumentalists and most original composers. Marking a significant step up for the duo in its long history, both Ivo Neame and Jim Hart employ their vast experience of playing together for over 15 years in many different guises that sees their duo take a huge leap forward. Produced by Matt Calvert, Multiverse is multifaceted, full of colour and vibrancy and an esteemed reflection of two long term collaborators in their prime.

Friday 22 May 2020

Sara Dowling 4tet (featuring Sara Dowling on voice, Gabriel Latchin on piano, Dario Di Lecce on bass and Steve Brown on drums)

Sara was voted best vocalist for the British Jazz Awards 2019 and often guests with the Ronnie Scott’s All Star Band. Sara is deeply inspired by the repertoire of the classic American songbook, her most important influences are Sarah Vaughan and Betty Carter. And yet, as the clubs who have been booking her regularly in and over the past couple of years – Ronnie Scott’s, the 606 and the Cinnamon Club – have spotted, there really is something different, special and fresh about her. She well be performing with her great band.

Thursday 25 June 2020

London Jazz Orchestra led by Scott Stroman

The London Jazz Orchestra is one of the most established jazz ensembles in the UK, attracting London’s top players and writers from Kenny Wheeler and John Taylor in the early days to the exciting current lineup featured in the band today. The LJO is Morley’s Jazz artist in residence for 2020.

Friday 26 June 2020

Julian Siegel quartet featuring Julian Siegel – tenor & soprano sax, bass clarinet, compositions, Liam Noble – Piano, Oli Hayhurst - Double Bass, Gene Calderazzo – Drums

With the Julian Siegel Quartet, the BBC Jazz Award winning saxophonist and composer Julian Siegel can be heard alongside some of this generation’s most distinctive voices, creating an in-demand Quartet on the UK and European Jazz scene. The band features inspirational pianist Liam Noble, his fluid touch and dazzling imagination perfectly complementing Siegel’s music and playing, and providing a perfect foil for the many directions the music can turn. With the creative spark of dynamic drummer Gene Calderazzo and the deep groove of bassist Oli Hayhurst dove-tailing perfectly with Siegel and Noble this is unquestionably one of the UK’s most exciting and powerful quartets.

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