Tonight, after far too long, we welcome back Julian Siegal. (well, he is a very busy guy!)
We are truly in for a treat tonight, the quartet is led by Julian Siegel who was brought up in Nottinghamshire and was dragged by his parents to all the first class gigs they could. It certainly paid off! Julian is a graduate of the University of East Anglia and won the 2011 London Awards for Art and Performance. His playing history is much like a who’s who in jazz, possibly best known for co-leading the Partisans with Phil Robson.
Tonight he is with his rhythm section with Liam Noble on piano, who, studied as an undergraduate at Oxford and as a postgraduate at the Guildhall School of music. He became the regular pianist with Stan Sulzman and many others.
On drums we have Gene Caldarazzo, an American jazz drummer, born in New York, but currently residing in the UK where he is a visiting tutor at the Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity and the Guildhall. He also plays drums for the Partisans and Zoe Rhaman to name but two of many.
We have Oli Hayhurst on bass, Oli moved from Cambridge to London in 1995 to study at the Royal Academy of Music, he is proficient on the double bass, bass guitar and the guitarron. Between 2000 & 2002 he played with Gilad Atzmon and co-founded the Orient House Ensemble, playing on their first two albums.
Tickets (cash/chq only) £16, CJ Members/Concessions £14.
Available at the door.