The jazz scene comes to Lincoln for its annual 9-day celebration of jazz music, this year including an appearance from an icon of British music: Georgie Fame.
In venues across Lincoln, including Doubletree by Hilton, the Lincoln Hotel and the LPAC, jazz artists, bands and experts will be performing, often for free!
Highlights include Midnight Masquerade, hosted by BBC Lincolnshire’s Melvyn Prior, Claire Martin & the Montpellier Cello Quartet and Georgie Fame & Sons
|Saturday 11th May
Midnight Masquerade & GO-Jive, 6-9pm at the Lincoln Hotel, free event.
Sunday 12th May
Pete Johnson, 4pm at the Strugglers Inn, free event
Wendy Kirkland Duo, 7:30pm at the Lincolnshire Red Ale House and Kitchen, free event
Andy Aichison Trio, 8:30pm at the Strait & Narrow, free event.
Monday 13th May
Avalon Trio, 7:30pm at the Cloud Bar, free event
Thom Whitworth’s Funky Organ, 8:30pm at the Strait & Narrow, free event.
Tuesday 14th May
Jamie Holroyd Duo, 7:30pm at the Tower Hotel Bar, free event
Andrew Wood Trio feat. Ben Martin, 8:30pm at Bar 67, free event.
Thursday 16th May
Quei Due, 7:30pm at the White Hart Hotel, free event
Double Take + Bass, 8pm at the Horse & Groom, free event
Me & Mr Jones, 8:30pm at Bar 67, free event.
Friday 17th May
Robin Porter & Stevie Smith Trio, 5-7pm at the Zing Bar (LPAC), free event
Jazz Vehicle with Zoe Rahman, 7:30pm at the Terry O’Toole Theatre, £7.50/£5 (concessions)
Saturday 18th May
Mandy Tatton Duo, 1:30-3:30pm at the Barge on the Brayford, free event
Georgie Fame & Sons in Concert, 7:30pm at the LPAC, £19/£17.
“Above and Below” by Allan Holdsworth.
Performed by Quei Due
College Collection: the jazz guitarists – Jamie Holroyd Quartet, Adam Taylor with Caterina Comeglio and Jack Gillen’s trio
Leeds College of Music has been a vibrant source of new music for over forty years now.
This year we feature six ensembles over two weeks to give you a taste of what’s new. The second week features some young jazz guitarists in various settings
Sunday 26 May: 1-4pm – guitar feature
JAMIE HOLROYD QUARTET Jamie Holroyd guitar, Sam French sax, Seb Booth on double bass, Matt McGraw drums
“Quei Due”: ADAM TAYLOR AND CATERINA COMEGLIO – guitar and vocals here their music here
JACK GILLEN TRIO Jack Gillen guitar, Seb Booth double bass, and Matt McGraw drums.
College Collection – the jazz guitarists are at Seven Arts on Sunday 26 May 2013, £5/£4 concessions kids under 16 free, families welcome. The doors open at 1pm, music 1.30-4pm
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Today is an exciting day, it’s the first of may, a wednesday and the sun is shining (a bit). But that is not why I am excited. Tonight I will be performing with my trio Aeroplanes At Brescia at the Leeds College of music Gala Concert. That isn’t even the most exciting bit, the whole concert will be streamed live! So, if you’re in a different part of the world or just enjoy the comfort of your sofa then fear not, the music is coming to you! See you tonight from 7pm, we will be playing in the second half but I urge you to check out all of the other great musicians in the concert.