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* St Ives Jazz Club: St Ives Jazz Club Gigs, February - May 2019
Posted Jan 04, 2019 - 05:29 PM
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Events Details of musicians appearing at St Ives Jazz Club between February and May 2019 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.
Full Time Students and under 18s get in for £5.

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

CLOSED for our Christmas and New Year Break

Special Concert Tues 8th Jan in tribute to Brian Stanley
Matt Carter and Leigh Coleman Present An evening of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and George Benson
Special price £5 only

Brian was intrinsic to the Jazz Club. For him, it was a Labour of love. All of his effort and hard work enabled wonderful musicians to come to this small town on the edge of the Atlantic... next stop New York. He loved music and was a great dancer, so kick off your shoes and get moving to this brilliant band - for Brian.

Matt Carter (kbd), Leigh Coleman (voc/gtr), Steve Down (gtr), Tom Drewett (db), Miguel Andrews (dr)
Matt Carter and Leigh Coleman have collaborated together on numerous musical projects in the past 6 years, and this is their most recent endeavour. After the debut outing of the band at St Ives Jazz Club, they look forward to returning for an evening to celebrate Brian Stanley's life. Expect to hear some iconic songs played by some of the finest musicians the South West has to offer.
The rest of the band is made up of Steve Down (guitar), Tom Drewett (bass) and Miguel Andrews (drums). This promises to be an incredibly exciting evening of upbeat and funky music, sung by a man who has one of the finest and most soulful voices around. Led by Matt Carter on the piano, the band put their own unique twist on the songs, but whilst keeping them as soulful and energetic as the originals.

St Ives Jazz will re-open for the season on Tues 19th February

Tues 19 Feb £13/£8/£5
Julian Siegel Quartet

Julian Siegel (sax), Liam Noble (pno) Oli Hayhurst(db), Gene Calderazzo (dms)
With the Julian Siegel Quartet, the BBC Jazz Award winning saxophonist and composer Julian Siegel has chosen to work with some of this generation’s most distinctive voices to create 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. Following up from their London Jazz Award winning album 'Urban Theme Park' (Basho 2011) the band released their second album 'VISTA' in February 2018 on Whirlwind Recordings. Recorded at Livingston Studios, London it features ten of Julian’s compositions plus an arrangement of Bud Powell's ‘Un Poco Loco’. This new acoustic set of music moves freely through varied sound worlds and colours, from undercurrents of bop to searching ballads and joyful melodies.
"When the Julian Siegel Quartet perform live it’s a fantastic ride" Jez Nelson, BBC Radio Jazz on 3

Tues 26 Feb £13/£8/£5
Duncan Eagles Quartet

Duncan Eagles (sax), Matt Robinson (pno), Max Luthert (Bass), Dave Hamblett (dms)
Duncan began his journey on the piano studying classical music before picking up the saxophone aged 16. He began performing around London and went on to study at Trinity College of Music.
"Eagles is fast becoming one of the most exciting players emerging on the UK jazz scene" (JazzWise).

Tues 5 March £13/£8/£5
John Turville Quintet

Heads First Tour: Julian Arguelles (sax), Robbie Robson (tpt), John Turville (pno), Calum Gourlay (db), James Maddren (dms)
John is one of the leading and busiest jazz pianists of his generation, he has won multiple awards, This all star quintet featuring a rare local appearance of the gifted saxophonist Julian Arguelles is not to be missed

Tues 12 March £13/£8/£5
Joe Hill’s North Ark

James Davison (tpt), Tom Smith (as), Alex Hitchcock (ts),Rory Ingham (tb), Joe Hill (pno), Jack Tustin (db), Boz Martin-Jones (dms)
Started in 2017. They play original compositions and arrangements by Joe, which are influenced by a wide variety of artists. The line up contains some of the U.K’s top "next generation" jazz musicians who have toured internationally and nationally.

Tues 19 March £13/£8/£5
Wendy Kirkland

Wendy Kirkland (pno), Sam Sprakes (gtr), Paul Jeffries (db), Steve Wyndham (dms)
Piano Divas, a tribute to the female singer/pianists of jazz, Shirley Horn, Diana Krall, Eliane Elias, Blossom Dearie, Nina Simone. Celebrating the sound of the self-accompanied female voice, the Quartet present special arrangements of jazz pieces to captivate and entertain.
"Mellow and stylish" The Times

Tues 26 March £13/£8/£5
Sam Massey Ensemble

Sam Massey (tpt), Robin Pengilley (tpt), Jade Gall (sx/fl), Tom Green (tb), Lewis Riley (pno), Jim Rintoul (db), Coach York (dms)
The Ensemble is an exciting 7-piece jazz unit performing compositions and arrangements from some of British Jazz’s finest composers, along with clever rearrangements of well-known standards. Featuring award winning Tom Green.

Tues 2 April £13/£8/£5
Family Band

Riley Stone-Lonergan (ts), Kim Macari (tpt), Tom Rivière (db) Steve Hanley (dms)
From the Ornette Coleman tradition, simple, repeated riffs and themes build and allow these skilled improvisers the freedom to feel, rather than think. Family Band doesn’t recreate the work of Ornette Coleman and others, but shares its powerful and freewheeling momentum – moments of fierce intensity, introspection and the blues.

Tues 9th April £13/£8/£5
We Are Leif

Louise Victoria (voc), Mark Whitlam (dms), Dale Hambridge (kbd), Chris Jones (db)
A welcome return of this popular band. We Are Leif deftly span the balance of jazz sensibilities with the groove and sound world.

Tues 16th April £13/£8/£5
Iain Ballamy

w/ Matt Johns Trio
Listed in the BBC’s publication "100 Jazz Greats" between Count Basie and Chet Baker, Ballamy is an internationally recognised saxophonist /composer whose work is contemporary with both strong jazz and classical references and yet un-encumbered by formality and tradition.

Tues 23rd April £13/£8/£5
Yuko Yokoi Jazz

Yuko Yokoi (voc), Paulo de Oliveira (gtr), Matt Robinson (pno), Davide Mantovani (db), Adriano Adewale (perc)
London-based jazz singer specialising in Bossa Nova. She came to the UK from Japan in 1998 to study music and fell in love with all she heard. She expresses her love of Brazilian and contemporary jazz music in all her performances.

Tues 30th April £13/£8/£5
Dave Storey Trio

composer and band leader for this trio featuring multi award-winning saxophonist James Allsopp and bass player Conor Chaplin who are due to release their debut album with a subsequent U.K tour in April & May 2019.

Tues 7th May £13/£8/£5
Alex Munk Flying Machines

Alex Munk (gtr), Matt Robinson (kbd), Conor Chaplin (eb), Dave Hamblett (dm)
Centred on Alex's unique compositional approach, Flying Machines fuse visceral rock-out guitar improv with anthemic melodies and lusciously textured soundscapes. A sound shot through with the here and now of London's cutting-edge music scene.

Tues 14th May £13/£8/£5
The Jam Experiment

Alexander Bone (sx), Rory Ingham (tb), Toby Comeau (kbd), Joe Lee (db), Jonny Mansfield (dm)
Includes first BBC Young Musician Jazz Award winner, Alexander Bone. Bone and trombonist Rory Ingham voted as runners-up in the best instrumentalist and nominated for "Rising Star" in the 2016 British Jazz Awards.

Tues 21st May £13/£8/£5
To Be Confirmed

Tues 28th May £13/£8/£5
John Horler Trio

John Horler (pno), Ron Phelan (db), Ronnie Jones (dms)
Bill Evans Trio Tribute tour: Evans has been a lifelong inspiration for John... John is one of the most critically acclaimed pianists in Britain. He has performed with everyone from Sir John Dankworth and Dame Cleo Laine, to Peter King and a host of American jazz stars including Chet Baker, Zoot Sims and Clark Terry.

For more info, call 01736 795277.


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