Gig Guide

21Sep
2019

Modou Ndiaye

Modou Ndiaye aka Mamadou Cissokho is a virtuoso kora player and vocalist from Senegal. Performing with his West African kora-based group, he blends together an irresistible mix of beautiful harmonies with the gentle yet lively tones of the kora, calabash, djembe and a variety of African percussion instruments, uniting traditional and modern sounds that will leave you invigorated and inspired!

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20Sep
2019

Sketches of The Crypt - New Monthly Jam Session

“Sketches of The Crypt” is the new monthly jam session hosted by saxophonist Arnaud Guichard happening every last Thursday of the month.

Arnaud teams up with drummer Jake long, bassist James Rudy Creswick and keyboardist Jack Stephenson-Oliver to drive a night of improvised music drawn from the explorative nature of jazz artists of the past within the contemporary colourful grooves of the London jazz scene.

Guests will be invited to join the band on the second set to sketch ideas together.

As well as musicians we strongly encourage all artists and art enthusiasts to join this night of exploration.

Free Entry

(And special thanks to Hamley Jenkins for the use of her art works!)

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27Sep
2019

Joe Boyles Union

The music played by Union is a hard hitting social commentary that holds up a mirror to life in the 21st century. Fusing bebop, classical music and almost totally free improvisation, Joe Boyle and his comrades create and unsettling and unique soundscape that creates an atmosphere to describe modern society and all of its excesses.

Having grown up in a musical family, Joe was given music lessons from a very young age. He started out playing the piano but later progressed to classical violin, which he formally studied until he was 18. While he was a teenager, Joe discovered jazz through learning the drums and the guitar and was given the opportunity to play in the Southampton Youth Jazz Orchestra, where he performed alongside such musicians as Courtney Pine and Ian Shaw as well as working with members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. He then continued to study jazz at Middlesex University, where he began to play the double bass.

Since completing his education, Joe has gone on to play on the London jazz scene as well as playing other genres of music, ranging from traditional Greek music to Experimental Rock. He has also put together a project with the singer Germana La Sorsa called JiC - Jazz in Cinema - Project.

Performing with Joe are Rich Muscat - saxophones, Dougal Taylor - drums, and a special guest on piano.

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04Oct
2019

Monk Monk Monk

A celebration of the incredible music of Thelonious Monk a few days before his 102nd birthday.

Featuring Flavio Li Vigni ( drums), Deschanel Gordon (piano), Michael Shrimpling (bass), Mark Kavuma (trumpet) and Theo Erskine (sax).

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