NQ Jazz is proud to present their programme in partnership with Manchester Jazz Festival, Southern Comfort UK and Shackleford Pianos.
Moksha is the vibrant and progressive new album from Ivo Neame. This performance will feature George Crowley, Tom Farmer and James Maddren.
With his quartet, the BBC Jazz Award winning saxophonist and composer Julian Siegel has chosen to work with some of this generation’s most distinctive voices.
In 2012, award-winning saxophonist and recorder player Tom Ridout was touted by Jazzwise Magazine as an upcoming jazz musician to watch. Tom’s debut album, No Excuses, confirms his abilities as a mature and accomplished composer.
Featuring some of the most innovative young musicians to have emerged from London’s exploding jazz scene, Flying Machines fuse visceral improvisation with anthemic melodies and lusciously textured soundscapes to captivating effect.
In 2014, Elliot Galvin Trio were announced as the winners of the European Young Jazz Artist of the Year Award in Germany. In this concert they will be performing music from their latest album, Modern Times, which was recorded live direct to vinyl.
A unique and unmissable duet from two stars of the new UK jazz scene! Vocalist, violinist, songwriter and composer Alice Zawadzki is an original, committed and passionate performer. Award winning guitarist Rob Luft is one of the most sought after musicians around, his debut album 'Riser' being one of 2017's finest, acclaimed across Europe.
This sophisticated, genre-bending trio has been delighting audiences since its debut album release “The Day I Had Everything ”on Edition Records. Driven by a commitment to in-the-moment improvisation and collective musical banter, the band’s idiomatic sweep through bluegrass, tango, abstract grooves and shimmering landscapes is delivered with flair and playful abandon. Three distinctive compositional voices, all hugely influential in the London scene, combine to form a unique sounding group.