BRECON JAZZ CLUB, in association with BRECON INTERNATIONAL JAZZ Festival, presents the
'Guildhall Jazz' programme on Sunday 10th August 2014 .
A day of outstanding music, on sax, guitar, voice, piano, and much more - all in one venue, Brecon’s Guildhall Theatre.
A venue 'stroller ticket' is avialable again this year
giving entry to all four performances on Sunday 10th August at a preferential
one off ticket price.
12.30 – 13.45: ‘ORGANIC’ - TICKETS HERE £12 (+SBF) Promoted by Brecon Jazz Club.
Featuring Dominic Norcross (Baritone & Tenor Sax) and Jean-paul Gard (Hammond Organ): John Davies (on Guitar) and Eddie John (Drums). Influenced by the classic organ quartets of Jimmy Smith and Jack McDuff, this Wales & West based ensemble perform festival special.
15.00 – 16.15: 'LADY NADE & THE SILHOUETTES' - TICKETS HERE £12 (+SBF) Promoted by Aberjazz, (West Wales)
Featuring Nadine Gingell – Vocals & Guitar / Sophie Stockham – Sax / Simon Le Fort – Keyboards / Adam Newton – Double Bass / Will Edmunds – Electric Guitar / Matt Brown – Drums- complete this Bristol/South West based Silhouettes 5 piece band.
17.30 – 18.45: 'REMI HARRIS GYPSY JAZZ PROJECT' - TICKETS HERE £12.00 (+SBF) Promoted by SpanJazz, Narbeth. Led by the Guitar-playing brilliance of Remi Harris, a principal exponent of ‘manouche’ style music in the UK today. The concert features some of the best Jazz and Gypsy Jazz Musicians around, playing a mix of Hot Club, Jazz, Swing, Bebop, Blues and World Music.
20.00 – 21.30: 'A WALES ALL STAR SPECIAL' -
The JIM BARBER TRIO meets BLUESY SUSIE and FRIENDS- TICKETS HERE £10.00 (+SBF) Promoted by Brecon Jazz Club in association with Music Town. Featuring master pianist Jim Barber who joins forces with jazz vocalist Susie Webb (‘Bluesy Susie’) to bring a special ‘All Stars’ lineup , featuring -.Glen Manby - Alto Sax / Criag Webb – Guitar / Gethin Liddington – Trumpet / Deborah Glenister - Tenor Sax / Ceri Williams – Flugelhorn / Ruth Bowen – Vocals / Andrew Fawcett & Tamasin Reardon – Saxes / Steve Tarner - Double Bass / Ian Poole – Drums.