Jazz Gig Calendar


This is a live jazz gig listings service from Jazz in Reading. We feature mostly modern jazz gigs happening within 20 miles or so of Reading.

The listings used to be published monthly, under the name 'Jazz Round About Reading', but all gigs now appear in the calendar, the link for which is below left. Check it out whenever you feel the urge to hear live jazz. Don't forget to refresh your browser each time you visit, to be sure of catching all latest changes or additions. Please check with venues before setting off - all details may be subject to change.

Musicians, promoters and venues should send their gig information to us via the Submit Your Gig form. Please note that the details you submit will be checked and edited before being approved for publication. We reserve the right to make amendments before publication if we consider the content inappropriate or inaccurate.

If you have any queries, please email info@jazzinreading.com


Pangbourne Jazz Club | Alan Barnes saxes

POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

Sun 7 Jun | Alan Barnes saxes, Maff Potts piano, Terry Hutchins guitar, Brian Greene drums, Keith Howard double bass | Pangbourne | PWMC | 7.30 pm | £10.00


Hugh Turner Trio | Rhythms at the Yurt, Didcot

Fri 19 Jun | Hugh Turner Trio | Hugh Turner – guitar, Raph Mizraki – double bass, Steve Wyndham – drums and percussion | Didcot | Rhythms at the Yurt | 8.00pm | £18.50 | Book here

 


Clark Tracey Quintet | Progress Theatre, Reading

CANCELLED

Friday 3 July | Progress Theatre, Reading | 7.30pm | £16.00 (£14.00 concessions) plus max 5% booking fee

Clark Tracey has had a long history of finding young talented musicians and presenting them in a professional environment. This latest group formed at the beginning of 2018 is no exception and has even been tipped as his best line up for several years. All exceptional musicians, three of whom have been finalists in the BBC Young Musician of the Year competitions including Alexandra Ridout who won it in 2016 at the AGE OF 17. Their debut CD, No Doubt, was well received and showcases the best of young jazz in the UK.

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Jazz in Reading presents: Equinox | Global Cafe Reading

Thurs 9 Jul | Jazz in Reading presents: Equinox | Peter Bingham saxophones, John Clarke guitar, Derek Alford bass guitar, Paul Kaluza percussion | Reading | Global Cafe | 9pm | Suggested donation £3