Trombonicle 29

Having recovered from three triumphant shows at Ronnie Scott’s at the end of last month, Snowboy & The Latin Section is back in action on Saturday, with a gig Up North. We hope to be back in Soho again before long.

The Duke Ellington Sacred Concert with the Blue Planet Orchestra and Hertfordshire Chorus at St Albans Cathedral was a fine and rare event, with the added novelty of this trombone playing the Bruckner Mass in E Minor without a licence.

recordsDevotees of both (or either) of these bands may be interested in the newly-updated playlists on the little-known trombone poetry YouTube Channel, a kind of archaeological site.

Next week’s trombone poetry outburst will be in Rotherhithe, where those gathered will be pondering the them of  Celestial Bodies. Astrologers beware.


Saturday 30 March, 21:00 start

Snowboy & The Latin Section with Jen Kearney

Band on the Wall

25 Swan Street
The Northern Quarter
Manchester
M4 5JZ


Sunday 31 March 14:00

Forty Feet Forward (original music for big band)

The Ivy House

40 Stuart Road
Nunhead
London
SE15 3BE


Monday 1 April, 20:00 doors, 20:30 start

Mick Collins Legacy Jazz Orchestra

Sundridge Park Working Mens Club and Institute
134 Burnt Ash Lane
Bromley BR1 5AF


Thursday 4 April, 19:30

Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra

SWINGING AT THE COTTON CLUB

Theatre Royal
Drury Ln
Wakefield
WF1 2TE


Friday 5 April, 18:00 – 21:00

trombone poetry (short set) + assorted turns

ROTHERHITHE VOICES: Celestial Bodies

Deli Felice
40 Albion Street
Rotherhithe SE16 7JQ


Thursday 11 April, 19:30

Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra

1066 Jazz Club
Marina
Saint Leonards-on-sea
TN38 0BU


Tuesday 30 April 20:30

trombone poetry + Near Jazz Experience

INDO BAR

133 Whitechapel Road
London E1 1DT

free admission


 

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