Looking forward to taking a jazz guitar workshop at Ipswich Jazz Festival 10.30am – 12.30.
The festival writes this about it:
For guitarists of all levels. Improve your soloing; straightforward ways to improve your playing and how to improve your understanding of chords, scales and modes and to use them in ways that will help you and which can be applied to any style of music. This is a chance to learn from a top jazz guitarist who will be playing with Jacqui Dankworth later that day.
Tickets for all workshops £16 with a maximum of 25 places
Throughout April enjoying playing guitar on tour with the fantastic Olivier award-winning actress/singer Sheridan Smith. With big band and strings, and musical director pianist Rob Barron. Great venues including the Royal Albert Hall in London.
just back from gig with great Palestinian singer Omar Kamal, with big band and strings, with the most amazing backdrop of the Pyramids and the Sphinx – a great experience to get to play a concert at this incredible place!
looking forward to our return to Jazzlive at the Crypt – really nice venue in Camberwell! Do come along…
Looking forward to playing at Mill Hill Jazz Club in North London this coming Wednesday night with Oli Hayhurst on bass and Nick Smalley on drums – starting 20.30.
Monday 17th October 8-9pm I’m excited to be giving a live-streamed guitar lesson on the fantastic guitarist Mike Outram’s Electric Campfire website. It’s worth checking this website out regardless of whether you can listen to the class as it’s full of incredible stuff. https://www.electriccampfire.com
Courtesy of LIVAMP; live-streamed in it’s entirety from the Pizza Express Jazz Club Dean st Soho in London, July 14th 2016.
New recording planned soon for our songwriting collaboration – this is our first recording, from last year. The new direction is more electric/rocky/bluesy.
Playing with Memphis legend Charlie at Ronnie Scott’s Sunday 09th October – fantastic band, music from his latest album New Souvenirs
Brand new group formed by incredible pianist John Turville, playing contemporary tango quintets. The Almagro Ensemble is a new group comprising some of the most exciting players and composers in the UK. We aim to present some of the new innovations in tango from Argentina to a European audience, commission new works from Argentine composers and compose brand new music exploring the space between the tango, jazz and contemporary classical worlds. Website just launched at www.almagroensemble.com