Sun 16 July | 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
The Music Of Bill Evans Featuring The Paul Edis Trio with Special Guest Noa Levy | Dorchester on Thames
Sun 16 July | The Music Of Bill Evans | Paul Edis – MD/Piano, Noa Levy – Vocals, Matt Home – Drums, Adam King – Bass | Bishop’s Court Farm, 91 High St, Dorchester on Thames OX10 7HP | Doors: 6pm Show: 7-9pm | £20 | Tickets
Nobody sounds quite like Paul Edis or transports you to the places he travels to with his meditative music. Having received unanimous critical acclaim for his last studio album, The Still Point Of The Turning World, Edis has immersed himself in the exquisite work of Bill Evans – widely considered to be the most important and influential pianist in the history of jazz. This very special show will feature the sublime voice of acclaimed San Franciscan singer, Noa Levy, who will be performing a selection of standards which were a vital part of Bill Evans’ repertoire.
Sun 16 Jul | Wood Street Jazz Festival | Wood Street Village Green, Guildford GU3 3EU | Jazz from 12.30 to 17.30 | Tickets £25 (discounts for members and students) from here
In aid of Challengers the artists include the leader of the Ronnie Scott’s Big Band Pete Long on alto sax and trumpeter Ryan Quigley with “1960’s Soul Jazz- The music of Horace Silver and the Adderley Brothers“ , Redtenbacher’s Funkestra featuring Jana Varga, and The Somethin’ Else Big Band and special guest Martin Shaw. Plus support acts featuring local talented jazz musicians, a superb Indian meal, a licenced bar and free parking.