Trombonicle 13

Snowboy & The Latin Section made a triumphant return to The Jazz Cafe, which is only the beginning of a resurgence of the band. This autumn sees a UK tour: details to follow next month.

Aldevis Tibaldi’s London Jazz Ensemble played a great set at Twickenham Jazz Club, but he is still coy about the tour of Italy.

An event that missed this trombonicle, due to scheduling snags, was a sensational concert at Cadogan Hall, where The Blue Planet Orchestra and The Hertfordshire Chorus performed Roland Perrin’s magnificent Lansky: The Mob’s Money Man, with a stunning performance from solo singer Rachel Sutton.


Monday 3 July 20:30 start

Mick Collins Legacy Jazz Orchestra

HG WELLS CENTRE
St Mark’s Rd?Bromley?BR2 9HG

admission: £6

This is the final gig at this club, which will be demolished this summer. The band’s 13-year residency is coming to an end, but we will be starting a new residency on August 7th at Sundridge Park WMC.


Saturday 8 July 16:00

Roberto Pla and his Latin Ensemble

THE MAYOR OF NEWHAM’S SHOW

Central Park
High Street South
East Ham
E6


Paul_Taylor_-HullFriday 14 July

Paul Taylor’s Jazz in Hull: People and Places suite

HULL JAZZ FESTIVAL

Kardomah94

94 Alfred Gelder Street
Hull
HU1 2AN

01482 317941


Wednesday 19 July

Yiddish Twist Orchestra

PIZZA EXPRESS

10 Dean St
Soho
London
W1D 3RW


 

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