Infectious rhythms from Brazil and Cuba performed by an original member of the Grammy Nominated band, “Down To The Bone”. Chango voted top Latin album of the Year. Expect “Authentic Brazilian Rhythms on top of rich vocal harmonies, segueing into staggering solo & group passages of virtuosity. “Sensational” – Ronnie Scott’s

Doors open 7.30 pm: Gig times 8.30pm to 10.30pm; Recorded music set and happy hour 10.30 to 11.30pm

Performing lyrical interpretations of compositions from the legendary pianist and composer, Thelonious Monk. Inspired by the 1988 Carmen McRae album “Carmen Sings Monk”, Zoe details this performance with a time line of Thelonious and Carmen’s career including the story behind ‘Pannonica’ written in honour of the patron of bebop, Kathleen Annie Pannonica de Koenigswarter. Zoe Gilby’s unique vocal phrasing and  appreciation of Monk and McRae’s work is the highlight of this project.  With Terence Collie on piano, Marianne Windham on double bass and Alex Goodyear on drums.

Food and drinks from 19.15 Jazz from 20:00 to 22:15

Award Winning virtuoso harmonica player and pianist Adam Glasser brings a band of contemporary jazz musicians to play township jazz. Adam’s harmonica sound combines his South African roots with many years in the UK jazz scene as well as with Hugh Masekela, Joe Zawinul, Martha Reeves and Jimmy Witherspoon. This concert explores township jazz standards across a range of composers from Abdullah Ibrahim to Caiphus Semenya and Themba Mkhize. With Adam Glasser – harmonica & piano , George Crowley – saxophone, Ant Law – guitar, Steve Watts – bass, Corrie Dick – drums.

Food and drinks from 19.15 Jazz from 20:00 to 22:15 at Guildford Pavilion, Woodbridge Road, GU1 4RP.

Remarkably versatile guitarist/singer, encompassing swing, bebop, blues, rock and everything between; Denny is equally acclaimed for his thrilling guitar playing, smooth vocalising and appearances at Ronnie Scott’s fronting his jazz salute to Jimi Hendrix with the Electric Lady Big Band. “A knock-out player… soulful and jazz-tinged” Guitarist “Comprehensive mastery of the guitar” The Whitman Review

With the Chris Ingham on piano, George Double on drums and Marianne Windham on bass.

Food and drinks from 19.15 Jazz from 20:00 to 22:15

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.