Jazz in a Club Atmosphere

Gigs

31 Mar
at 19:45pm

Solstice

31 March 2017 19:45

Solstice is a collaboration between some of the foremost bandleaders and composers emerging from the thriving east London music scene, the E17 group.  Musically, it’s hard to define – somewhere between the French pianist Pierre de Bethmann’s group, Hermeto Pascoal and a kind of downtown New York sound, but it’s one that keeps evolving.

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28 Apr
at 12:00pm

Andrew Woodhead Duo

28 April 2017 12:00

The first of our summer in the Golden Square gigs. Andrew will be performing for the lunch time crowd live in the square marquee two sets from noon until 2.00pm.

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28 Apr
at 19:45pm

Hans Koller Quartet

28 April 2017 19:45

Hans Koller was born into a musical family, his father was a jazz-loving Lutheran pastor, his mother a music teacher and his four sisters all played instruments. Growing up in rural Bavaria, Koller first came into contact with jazz musicians in his teens while attending jazz summer schools run by Brian Abraham’s District Six in Ingolstadt.  In 1991 he came to England, first to Middlesex University where he majored in composition, then at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) where he obtained a masters degree in Ethnomusicology.

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05 May
at 19:45pm

Led Bib

5 May 2017 19:45

Drummer and composer Mark Holub formed Led Bib in 2003 for a university masters project.  Made up of his Middlesex university friends, the five piece played its first gig at London’s Klinker Club on February 24th 2004 to ten people in the backroom of the North London pub.  Five years later they were performing on primetime TV to millions, having been nominated as a Mercury Prize album of the year. Theirs was a full gas acceleration to that point.

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12 May
at 12:00pm

Robbie Fearon

12 May 2017 12:00

The second of our summer in the Golden Square gigs. Saxophonist Robbie Fearon and his band will be performing for the lunch time crowd live in the square marquee two sets from noon until 2.00pm.

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