What a great way to spend a summer’s evening! Enjoy a unique experience listening to world-class jazz in beautiful Chilterns surroundings while helping raise money for a really worthwhile charity.

Jazz in Reading is delighted to support and promote this event, which brings together three top-rated bands:

The Impossible Gentlemen | Jason Rebello Quartet | Art Themen’s New Directions Quintet

All profit from this event will be donated to the Kamuli Friends charity which supports the Kamuli Mission Hospital in rural Uganda. To put the Hospital into context and why it is being supported: Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading has a catchment of 750,000 people with around 900 nurses, 600 doctors, 40 surgeries and a fleet of ambulances. Kamuli has a catchment of 750,000 people but only 9 nurses and 3 doctors. Henley GP Dr Philip Unwin and other doctors use their holidays to work at the hospital providing vital medical care and facilities for the hospital. Every penny donated goes directly to the hospital.

Saturday 16 July | 4:00pm –11:00pm | Perseverance Farm, Harpsden, near Henley-on-Thames RG9 4AP

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Gates open: 4:00pm. Come early to explore the grounds, have an early picnic and a drink from the bar.

Art Themen’s New Directions Quintet 6:00pm-7:15pm
Art Themen saxes | Steve Fishwick trumpet | Gareth Williams piano | Arnie Somogyi double bass | Winston Clifford drums

Interval: 7:15pm-7:45pm

The work of Kamuli Friends, Dr Philip Unwin: 7:45pm-8:00pm

Jason Rebello Quartet 8:00pm-9:15pm
Sumudu Jayatilaka  vocals | Jason Rebello piano | James Morgan bass | George Rebello drums

Interval: 9:15pm-9:45pm

The Impossible Gentlemen 9:45pm-11:00pm
Gwilym Simcock piano | Mike Walker guitar | Iain Dixon saxes and keys | Steve Rodby double bass | Adam Nussbaum drums


Online early bird until 31 May: £45*  |  Online from 1 June: £50*  |  At the gate: £55*
* Booking fees may apply

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Places are limited and expected to go fast:

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All profit from this event will be donated to Kamuli Friends charity
Registered Charity No. 1155812

Links to further information

The venue


More on the bands

Kamuli Friends charity