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* St Ives Jazz Club: St Ives Jazz Club Gigs, September - December 2018
Posted Aug 27, 2018 - 06:15 PM
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Events Details of musicians appearing at St Ives Jazz Club between September and December 2018 follow (also added to gig list)...

All gigs: doors open 7.30pm, live music from 8.30 to 11-ish. Bar snacks and light meals available until 8.15.

The lower prices are for St Ives Jazz Club members, MU members and Western Hotel residents. Students get in for £5.

Programme may be subject to change ... please call 01736 795277 to make sure.

Tues 4th Sept £13/£8/£5
Sam Leak Trio

Sam Leak (pno), Simon Read (db), Will Glaser (dr)
The Trio perform contemporary jazz with a gospel-tinged, and folk-inspired, freedom and abandon. Conjuring up the joy and emotion typified by Paul Bley and Keith Jarrett. "Leak is a subtle storyteller who keeps the grooves and colours changing." John Fordham

St Ives September Festival
(click link above to book tickets)
Please note doors open at 7pm all performances start at 8pm and the Hotel does not serve food at Festival Gigs (*)

Mon 10th Sept £16.50/£13 (*)
Paul McCandless with Charged Particles

Paul McCandless (sx), Murray Low (kbd), Aaron Germain (bs), Jon Krosnick (dr)
Paul McCandless’ warm woodwind sound is synonymous with some of the most creative new acoustic music since bebop, through his seminal work with the band Oregon and the Paul Winter Consort. He’s a Grammy-winning recording artist, most recently for Best Pop Instrumental with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, and he’s appeared on stage and on recordings with artists such as Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius, Wynton Marsalis, Lyle Mays, Mark Isham, Steve Reich, Al Jarreau, Bruce Hornsby, Art Lande, Carla Bley, Tony Furtado, the String Cheese Incident, and many others. With his dramatic arsenal of woodwinds, including oboe and bass clarinet as well as saxophone, McCandless is breaking new ground with Charged Particles, a Bay Area-based band that’s been a tight unit for 25 years.

Every composer wants to hear his or her music performed, but some make it easier than others. Paul McCandless, the multi-reed master who co-founded the pioneering world jazz ensemble Oregon in the late 1960s, has developed an expansive body of music over the past three decades that tends to scare away admirers inclined to tackling the tunes. So he was particularly pleased when drummer Jon Krosnick, the leader of the creatively ambitious power trio Charged Particles, contacted him about collaborating. Undaunted by the music’s complexity, they’ve performed around the country with McCandless, breathing new life into pieces drawn largely from his acclaimed but hard to find 1992 album Premonition (Windham Hill Jazz) featuring pianist Lyle Mays.

Tues 11th Sept £16.50/£13 (*)
Nate Najar

Nate Najar (gtr), Calum Gourlay (bs), Matt Home (dr)
Nate Najar is an American guitarist, composer and producer. The critics and cognoscenti agree: jazz guitarist Nate Najar’s virtuosity exudes a dynamic and truly intoxicating elegance. His artistry evokes a modern and progressive attitude that perpetuates the legacy of the great Charlie Byrd. But while Najar’s imaginative playing is steeped in Byrd’s tradition it nevertheless emulates a collection of other artistic musical influences, including classical, bebop, fusion, bossa nova and even post modern, which have all culminated to inspire a player whose sophisticated and often innovative artistry has placed him in many of the world’s most prestigious music venues and produced many superb recordings.
The new album "Under Paris Skies" is out 7 September, 2018 on Woodward Avenue Records.

Tues 18th Sept £17.50/£14.50 (*)
The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars – Jazz Classics

Natalie Williams (voc), Alex Garnett (ten), James Pearson (pno), Sam Burgess (bs) and Chris Higginbottom (dr)
The album Jazz Classics was recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in 2012. Much of the material is drawn from The Great American Songbook featuring composers and lyricists such as Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, and Lerner & Loewe. The album will be performed alongside other classic songs from jazz legends including Ronnie Scott and Tubby Hayes.

Wed 19th Sept £17.50/£14.50 (*)
The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars – Soho Songbook

Natalie Williams (voc), Alex Garnett (ten), James Pearson (pno), Sam Burgess (bs) and Chris Higginbottom (dr)
The Ronnie Scott’s Soho Songbook is a glimpse into the club’s incredible history of performances at the club by artists such as Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Michael Bublé and Sarah Vaughan. This is a unique evening celebrating the music and history of Ronnie Scott’s.

Tues 25th Sept £13/£8/£5

Brigitte Beraha (voc), Chris Laurence (bs), Barry Green (pno), Boz Martin-Jones (dr)
"This remarkable quartet has evolved its own musical language... Unfamiliar at first, but gently seductive, it keeps you listening through the sheer power of invention." Dave Gelly, "Babelfish are a definition of a contemporary jazz class act." John Fordham

Tues 2nd Oct £13/£8/£5
Emily Saunders

Internationally renowned and critically acclaimed vocalist, songwriter, leads an exceptional band through her original songs reflecting on society, the fragility of people and the strength of connectivity. "The outrageously good Emily Saunders. An extraordinary talent" Jazz FM

Tues 9th Oct £13/£8/£5
Liane Carroll

& Roger Carey
Born in London and raised in Hastings; from the beginning of her musical career at the age of fifteen, she has dedicated her life to creating a deep and abiding connection with audiences all over the world through her exceptional talent, versatility and ability to truly interpret a song.

Tues 16th Oct £13/£8/£5
Lorraine Baker

Blinker Golding (sax), Liam Noble (pno), Paul Michael (bs), Lorraine Baker (dr)
"Lorraine has a magical quality in her playing which is perhaps the rarest of all things musical" Jeff Williams

Tues 23rd Oct £13/£8/£5
Myriad Trio

Chris Donnelly, Ernesto Cervini, Daniel Fortin
The band is a true collective. Each member acts simultaneously as a leader and as a sideman. They play mostly original music that features different aspects of jazz improvisation, ensemble performance and contemporary composition.

Tues 30th Oct £13/£8/£5
Nick Costley-White

Nick Costley-White (gtr), Matt Robinson (pno), Conor Chaplin (bs), Dave Hamblett (dr)
The Quartet combines their love and deep understanding for the jazz tradition with a fresh and modern aesthetic. Unique interpretations of songs from the jazz cannon as well as their own exciting and harmonically rich compositions.

Tues 6th Nov £13/£8/£5
Nigel Price Quartet

Nigel Price (gtr), Ross Stanley (org), Vasilis Xenopoulos (sax), Winston Clifford (dr)
Winner of ‘best small group’ in 2017 British Jazz Awards, this is one of the most exciting jazz bands in the UK today. "There’s an exhilarating tight-loose swing and old-school honestly about Price’s brand of soul-bop that leaves you panting" Mojo

Tues 20th Nov £13/£8/£5
Tom Barford Group

Rupert Cox (pno), Billy Marrows (gtr), Dave Storey (dr), Flo Moore (bs), Tom Barford (sax)
Winner of the Kenny Wheeler Prize 2017, the influences of US saxophonists Seamus Blake or Chris Potter are there, but an original and distinctive new voice is clear and present.
"We are witnessing the birth of a new star in the Jazz firmament" Evan Parker.

Tues 4th Dec £13/£8/£5
Julien Marga Quartet

Julien Marga (gtr), Geoffrey Fiorese (pno), Jordi Cassagne (bs), Lucas Vanderputten (dr)
"A sense of breath and space that is rare to find at an age when you accumulate more than you decant ... As a guitarist, Julien Marga is the kind of musician to whom every notion of estrouffe is foreign." Jazz Magazine, France

Tues 11th Dec £13/£8/£5
Fabled (Sam Rapley)

Sam Rapley (sax), Alex Munk (gtr), Matt Robinson (pno), Conor Chaplin (bs), Will Glaser (dr)
Taking inspiration from Debussy, Tom Jobim, Sarah Vaughan and Bon Iver, the music of Fabled explores the wealth of textures, harmonies and grooves available in the traditional jazz quintet setting.

For more info, call 01736 795277.


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