"showcasing young talent"

Kenilworth Jazz Club

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Come along once a month – usually the first Monday of each month – to see Live Jazz in a comfortable friendly atmosphere. Held at Kenilworth Rugby Club, there is a bar and plenty of seating. Find us, or get in touch using our Contact Us page – maybe you know someone we should be featuring; let us know!

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Upcoming Events:

(doors open 7pm music starts 8pm, unless otherwise stated)

Alan Barnes with the Mitch Perrins Trio

£10.00

- October 4th, 2021

Alan Barnes is a prolific international performer, composer, arranger, bandleader and touring soloist. He is best known for his work on clarinet, alto and baritone sax, where he combines a formidable virtuosity with a musical expression and collaborative spirit that have few peers.

Alan will be backed by the Mitch Perrins Trio.
Line up: Mitch Perrins – Drums, Al Gurr – Piano & Tom Hill – Bass

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The Clark Tracey Sextet

£12.00

Clark Tracey - November 1st, 2021

Voted Best UK Drummer 2007 at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz awards and best drummer three times in the British Jazz Awards, Clark Tracey has made numerous appearances on film, television and over 70 albums.
Clark has been a significant feature of the British Jazz Scene for decades. First appearing in the 1970’s with his father’s band Stan Tracey Quartet. He has gone on to be recognised as the best straight ahead drummer around. Over the decades he has been noted for putting together a group of emerging talent band. This one is the latest. It may also be the last as this is both Clark’s 60th Birthday Tour and his final one.

Line Up: Mark Armstrong – trumpet, Tom Ridout – saxes, Dan Higham – trombone, Will Barry – piano, James Owston – bass & Clark Tracey – drums

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Covid safety measures

Please be mindful to socially distance yourself from the artists and attendees outside of your group in common areas. People are advised to wear face coverings when queuing for food or drink. Hand sanitisers will be available for people to use. Attendees and artists should check for symptoms of COVID-19 (a high temperature, new and persistent cough, or a loss of/change in sense of taste or smell) before travelling to the event. If anyone you live with have one or more of these symptoms (even if they are mild) they should not attend and should follow the guidance on testing and self-isolation.

Thank you for your co-operation and we hope you enjoy the event.

Kenilworth Jazz Club
September 2021

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