Saxophonist Dave O’Higgins and Guitarist Rob Luft present their second co-led recording “Pluto” three years after “Play Monk & Trane”. An album of straight-ahead modern jazz in the African American tradition with seven original songs, and two Monk & Trane hits. This is straight-ahead modern jazz in the African-American tradition, clearly coming from the Monk and Trane lineage, but not bound to emulating it.

The next in our BEAT series of vibrant gigs presenting some the best and hippest new UK jazz artists kicks off with multi award winning composer and saxophonist BINKER GOLDING! A leading light of the new London jazz scene, multi award-winning saxophonist & composer Binker won the Jazz FM instrumentalist of the year award in 2020. Expect lots of slide-guitar, a driving rhythm section & Golding’s trade mark, hard-hitting tenor sound.

Midsummer Jazz at Loseley Park returns to celebrate GUTS 40th year! Come rain or shine, this is always a fabulous event – a chance to enjoy some really outstanding musicianship in the relaxed atmosphere of this most beautiful of settings. This year we’ve some sizzling Latin Jazz for a Summer’s evening featuring the rhythms of Brazil and Cuba with Quinto!

Acoustic Triangle is a unique trio of classically-trained jazz musicians. Their music contains classical influences, folk melodies, and a variety of jazz styles. They perform compositions by Tim Garland and Gwilym Simcock, as well as music by Henry Purcell, Kenny Wheeler, John Taylor, Cole Porter, Bill Evans, Olivier Messiaen and Maurice Ravel. Tim Garland - bass clarinet, saxophones, Gwilym Simcock – piano, Malcom Creese - double bass.

After the interval the trio will be joined by the Royal Holloway Choir, conducted by Rupert Gough. The programme will include the world premiere of a piece especially written by Tim Garland entitled Bird Songs.

Doors open 7pm,  Concert 7.30pm to approx. 9.30pm

As a not-for-profit organisation, our aim is to bring some of Britain’s finest jazz musicians to a local audience, in an intimate and welcoming “jazz club” environment, and since we started in 2011 we have welcomed over 1000 musicians and 17,000 music lovers to a total of about 250 gigs, organised 40 workshops and 60 jam sessions, put on several events in support of other local festivals and raised £38,000 for charity.