JazznewbloodALIVE - EFG London Jazz Festival - #1
£6.96 – £9.08
JazznewbloodALIVE - EFG London Jazz Festival - #1

JazznewbloodALIVE - EFG London Jazz Festival - #1

Event Information

Share this event
Date and Time
Location
Location

20 Carlisle Lane

United Kingdom

View Map

Event description

Description

The first #jazznewbloodALIVE in cooperation with IKLECTIK presents a selection of emerging young jazz players/bands showcasing their own 'Voices'. The sets are a display
of original jazz compositions infused with other vibrant and exciting sound/influences.
We can comfortably say this will be a preview of tomorrow´s jazz and the future could not be brighter!
All concerts will be recorded for #jazznewbloodarchive on a mission to register this amazing generation of
#youthjazztalent 16-24.

jazznewblood.org
iklectikartlab.com

Sunday 13 Novemember - Doors 3 - show 3.30pm 


Adam Hughes Quintet

Adam Hughes - Piano
Wilf Cameron Marples - Drums
Alex Dmochowski - Tenor Sax
Evan Cryer-Jenkins - Trumpet
Joe Maclaren - Bass
Wilf Cameron Marples - Drums

We are a jazz, funk, hip-hop and groove quintet that formed around Adam Hughes on piano, Wilf Cameron Marples on drums and Alex Dmochowski on tenor sax before adding Evan Cryer-Jenkins and Joe MacLaren on trumpet and bass. Often inspired by jazz legends such as Wayne Shorter and Freddie Hubbard, we play our arrangements of jazz standards as well as original compositions by members of the band.

Seed

Miguel Gorodi - Trumpet, Sheila Maurice-Grey - Trumpet, Cassie Kinoshi - Alto Sax/Composer, Chelsea Carmichael -tenor sax, Joe Bristow - Trombone, Theon Cross - Tuba, Joe Armon-Jones - Piano, Oscar Laurence - Guitar, Rio Kai - Bass, Patrick Boyle - Drums

A ten-piece band led by alto saxophonist and composer Cassie Kinoshi combining jazz with inner-city London, West African and Caribbean influenced groove.

Ridout Sextet

Alexandra Ridout - trumpet
Tom Ridout -saxophone
Noah Stoneman - piano
Miles Mindlin - guitar
Freddie Jensen - bass
Luca Caruso -drums

A special sextet featuring siblings Tom Ridout (saxophones) and Alex Ridout (trumpet and flugelhorn) performing a diverse set of original tunes by Tom and Alex and other band members.
Brother and sister competed at this year BBCYoungMusician Jazz Award finals. Alexandra eventually win the competition. Their background education include: Royal Academy of Music, National Youth Jazz Collective, Brubeck Institute Summer Jazz Colony in California and The Purcell School.


Share with friends
Date and Time
Location

20 Carlisle Lane

United Kingdom

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved