Our staff, drawn from London’s exhilarating jazz scene, play and perform with students, replicating the feel of the wider jazz community. Sean Gibbs Sean Gibbs is a London based trumpet player/composer, known for his work with the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Calum Gourlay Big Band, Young Pilgrims and many others. One of the first black British jazz artists to make a serious mark on the jazz scene, some 30+ years on Courtney Pine CBE continues to break new ground.

  • To view the impressive organisations that our alumni have worked with, visitAlumni Destinations.
  • Sultan Stevenson Trio The trio can be characterised by being highly interactive, they explore group improvisation.
  • Emma Rawicz releases her first single “Voodoo” at Notting Hill Arts Club alongside prodigy Akin Soul for a night of jazz and smooth soul.
  • With Oliver’s Jazz Club on our doorstep in Greenwich, our regular Beats in the Bar series at Blackheath Halls, and performances at the London Jazz Festival, there is always somewhere for you to display your talents.
  • Liran Donin’s 1000 Boats Bass player, composer and producer Liran Donin and his band 1000 Boats are returning to the Vortex for their first London debut since Covid, and will be showcasing some new material.

https://www.wikipedia.org/ is a collaborative process, growing organically from diverse musical cultures. Fundamental to the process of becoming a jazz musician is the art of reacting to and supporting each other. You will not only be encouraged to collaborate amongst your peers, but also with other musicians, dancers and artists from across Trinity Laban and beyond. YolanDa Brown showcases some of the world’s greatest jazz, soul and blues performers with her inimitable style, full of passion, personality and fun. Arun Ghosh Award-winning clarinettist and composer Arun Ghosh makes an eagerly anticipated return to The Vortex, performing music from new album, Seclused in Light.

Previously Unheard Ella Fitzgerald Live At The Hollywood Bowl Album

She was a BBC New Generation Artist for 2015–17 and founded the Chaos Collective. She was awarded a 2015 Parlimentary Jazz Award for Jazz Instumentalist of the Year. Her Mercury-nominated band Dinosaur received a rare 5-star review in The Guardian and have extensively toured Europe. The Editor’s Choice albums from the February issue of Jazzwise, featuring Mark Lockheart, Evan… The Editor’s Choice albums from the March issue of Jazzwise, featuring Melissa Aldana, Binker &…

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Check out our gallery to see where our students have performed in leading venues around London. To view the impressive organisations that our alumni have worked with, visitAlumni Destinations. The expat New York drummer taps into a post-Jungle jazz sound-world that traverses electronica,…

Creative Connections

A dazzling night of music, stories, ace surprise guests from music, theatre, radio, comedy and TV. London five-piece, Ezra Collective, featuring four Trinity Laban alumni and one current student, have released two EP’s and toured them across the UK and Europe. Their second EP won Best https://www.theresearchgopop.com/ Album at Giles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards 2018 and they were named Jazz Act of the Year in the 2018 JazzFM Awards. She has released three albums and recently won Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 Parliamentary Jazz awards.

With Oliver’s Jazz Club on our doorstep in Greenwich, our regular Beats in the Bar series at Blackheath Halls, and performances at the London Jazz Festival, there is always somewhere for you to display your talents. Our relationships with jazz clubs across the city result in regular performance opportunities at exciting venues, such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Southbank Centre, the Pizza Express Jazz Club in Dean Street and the Vortex Jazz Club. Our success in supporting students to develop their creative voices is reflected in the professional accomplishments of our graduates, who include many of London’s finest emerging jazz musicians. Classes are practice-based, with focus on jazz harmony, rhythm, jazz history, arranging and composition, and coaching rhythm and horn sections. We celebrate the origins of jazz, with opportunities to study African, Brazilian and Cuban music, and we focus on shaping the jazz of the future by nurturing creative composition, and collaborative projects and concepts. John Etheridge’s Blue Spirits The Blue Spirits Trio John is leading tonight is a classic guitar-led jazz organ trio and showcases the bluesier side of John’s musical repertoire.

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