Rory Ingham, Dom Ingham, Will Harris and Jonny Mansfield – Wed 9 Sept
Jazz in the Courtyard- September
Live distanced jazz gigs from Leeds in the Seven Arts Courtyard (if dry), Sunday afternoons 1.30-3.30pm and every Wednesday evening 6-7.30pm. If the weather is wet the gig will be held inside the venue (also distanced). (all this of course depends on the local lockdown situation in Leeds - if that changes we may need to reschedule concerts).
Ingham, trombone and Dom Ingham violin, Will Harris bass, Jonny Mansfield
vibes – Wed 9 Sept Rush Hour Jazz 6-7.15 pm (pictured).
Hammond sings Blossom Dearie –
Sun 13 Sept 1.30-3.30pm.
Howard Trio – Wed 16 Sept Rush Hour Jazz 6-7.15pm
Jazz Jam session 20th Sept 1.30-3.30pm:
Svarc- Hanley-Longhawn Rush Hour Jazz 23 Sept 1.30-3.30pm
Nik Svarc –Guitar/Loops, Steve Hanley-Drums, Martin Longhawn- Organ/Keys.‘Leeds Guitarist Nik Svarc,Drummer-Percussionist Steve Hanley and Keyboardist Martin Longhawn join the dots between Jazz-Rock and Hammond funk,discovering an interesting angle for an old-school sound mixed with some hyper-catchy hooks and grooves’-JAZZWISE
Tom Sharp quartet – Sunday afternoon 27 September 1.30-3.30pm Featuring some of the best young musicians in Leeds, and featuring the expressive jazz trumpet of Tom Sharp, with Nico Widdowson on piano, Fergus Quill bass and Josh Smout drums .
Pay as you feel - rush hour jazz in the open air in Seven Arts Courtyard -
fully distanced, table service.
Sunday afternoon 18th October: Latin Jazz “Catimba” with Raquel Alvaro, Vincente Margueles piano, Andy Leggett bass, Brendan Bache drums One performance from 1.30pm. £10/8
Sunday afternoon 25th October: - Henry Botham solo blues and boogie piano
Tickets to all our
indoor concerts are available on https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/jazzleeds