Daily Archives: June 18, 2023
Sun 18 June | Jazz Lunch: Phil Craddock Trio | Phil Craddock piano, Brian Throup double bass, Jim Wade drums | The Relais Henley, Hart St. RG9 2AR | 1 – 4pm | Lunch reservations 01491 572161 or email@example.com
Sun 18 June | The Great American Songbook | Claire Martin – Vocals, Rob Barron – Piano | Bishop’s Court Farm, 91 High St, Dorchester on Thames OX10 7HP | Doors: 6pm Show: 7-9pm | £20 | Tickets
Having cut her teeth collaborating with a string of seminal musicians including Kenny Barron, Stéphane Grappelli and John Martyn, Claire Martin has released an array of critically acclaimed albums and established herself as one of the most unmistakable voices in jazz. Accompanied by pianist Rob Barron, she will be performing reworkings of some of her favourite classics such as I Love Being Here With You, P.S I Love You and The Folks That Live On The Hill. Of course, there will also be a rendition of My Heart Belongs To Daddy to celebrate Father’s Day.
Sun 18 June | BEAT at the Boiler Room | From 17.00 pm to 19.00 pm | Tickets £20 (discounts for members and students) from here
A star-studded line-up of leading UK Jazz musicians present a summer’s evening concert celebrating Women in Jazz on the lawn at Watts Gallery. Bring a picnic and a bottle or two of your favourite summer’s drink and enjoy an evening of great live music in this historic setting. Featuring Hannah Horton – Tenor/Baritone Sax, Laura Impallomeni – Trombone, Wendy Kirkland – Piano, Marianne Windham – Double bass, Suzanne Cross – Drums