On Wednesday night the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo witnessed the Pat Metheny Unity Group undertake a marathon of music featuring Chris Potter, a robotic instrument group and 4 encores which is receiving great reports:
‘For two-and-a-half hours straight, the band joined edgy jazz, warm ballads, film-score broodings and much-loved 1980s Metheny hits, while the almost 60-year-old […]
ENSEMBLE OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to Beats & Pieces Big Band who last month were named as Ensemble of the Year at the Parliamentary Jazz Awards, an amazing achievement considering the calibre of the other nominees on the list. Bandleader Ben Cottrell received the award from the legendary Chris Barber, who […]
We are delighted to announce the self-titled debut album from
Anglo-Swedish group Silence Blossoms, which will be released on Efpi Records on 21st July 2014.
It is available to pre-order from the Efpi online shop NOW and will be available through all good music retailers on release date. The band have also released […]
Tuesday 10 June | SALFORD The Lowry
Wednesday 11 June | LONDON Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
Next week is your chance to see the Pat Metheny Unity Group boasting a once-in-a-lifetime lineup.
Pat is joined on stage by Saxophonist Chris Potter, whom he calls‘one of the most exciting soloists in jazz on any instrument’, Ben […]
Tomorrow | 6pm | BBC RADIO 3
Do listen to this week’s Jazz Line-Up, where Claire Martin will be interviewing award winning pianist Neil Cowley and profiles his brand-new trio recording Touch and Flee.
Experience this sound in the flesh on Friday 3 October at the Barbican.
Saturday 2 August | LONDON Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden
Sunday 3 August | SNAPE Proms
One of the hits of last year’s Womad was Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino (CGS), the sensational Italian dance band who turn the tarantella inside out – their record was chosen in The Guardian by Robin Denselow as one of […]
Sunday 22 June | LONDON Ace Hotel Shoreditch
Meet the choir that house built.
The late great Frankie Knuckles once said of house music: ‘It’s church for people that have fallen from grace.’
Anyone who has been caught up in the rapture of a true house classic can testify to its power to unify and uplift. […]
DERRICK HODGE AND JAIMEO BROWN: JAZZ CAFE DOUBLE-BILL
Tuesday 8 July | LONDON Jazz Cafe
The Jaimeo Brown will be appearing as part of a stunning double-bill with Derrick Hodge in July at the Jazz Cafe.
The word is out on Jaimeo, whose debut album Transcendence on Motema connects 21st century jazz attitude with a profound sense […]
Friday 21 November | LONDON Rich Mix
Following her much-lauded XOYO show earlier this year, we’re delighted to be bringing Zara McFarlane back to the London stage as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.
‘Gilles Peterson has a star on his hands with Zara McFarlane; the young British vocalist took to the stage […]
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