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Tutor Gigs Spring 2018

Tutor Gigs Spring 2018

18 January 2018

Jazz at the Edward Lear

6:00pm | 1st Friday Monthly | The Edward Lear, 471 Holloway Road. N7 6LE.

Dina Azzam will be hosting an evening of song and jazz with pianist Joe Bickerstaff, on the first Friday of every month.

Sam Howes will be performing in the following two concerts at the Royal College of Music:

Bernard Haitink: Mozart and Strauss

7:30pm | 02 February 2018 | Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Bernard Haitink conductor
Martin James Bartlett piano
RCM Symphony Orchestra 

Mozart Piano Concerto no 24 in C minor K491
R Strauss An Alpine Symphony op 64

2018 Rod Williams Memorial Concert

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Orchestral Masterworks: Shostakovich's Symphony No.5 

7:00pm | 08 February 2018 | Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall

Martyn Brabbins conductor
RCM Philharmonic 

Bertram Wee Severed (world premiere)
Shostakovich Symphony no 5 in D minor op 47

RCM Visiting Professor and English National Opera Music Director Martyn Brabbins leads the RCM Philharmonic through one of Shostakovich’s most popular and debated works.

BIG BAD WOLF - Wednesday 28th February @ PizzaExpress Jazz Club (Soho) with brass tutor, Owen Dawson.

"Having released their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Pond Life’ in July 2017, Jazz- Rock  Quartet Big Bad Wolf now bring their distinctive music featuring washy guitars, ambient vocals, brassy hooks and deep grooves to the Dean Street stage. This band have developed a unique way to bridge the gap between improvised music and contemporary pop/rock styles, and strive to constantly push the boundaries and blur the edges of each genre through a wealth of influences, from Bjork to Radiohead to Bill Frisell. This show will see them perform the music from 'Pond Life' alongside more recent material.”

“Chill-out music with verve” - Evening Standard

Accompanist Jacky Wong conducts Hornton Chamber Orchestra.

6:00pm | 04 March 2018 | Guildhall School Of Music and Drama, Music Hall. 

Programme to include Mozart 39th Symphony in E flat major, K543, and Schumann 2nd Symphony in C major, Op. 61. No tickets required, admission free.


Alex Merritt saxophone

April 3rd - Alex Merritt/Steve Fishwick Quintet Kansas Smitty's, Broadway Market, London

April 26th - Alex Merritt/Steve Fishwick Quintet, Karamel, Wood Green, London

May 8th - Alex Merritt/Steve Fishwick Quintet, Ronnie Scotts late show, Ronnie Scotts, Frith Street, London

May 9th- Alex Merritt/Steve Fishwick Quintet, Swansea Jazzland, Swansea, Wales

June 9th- Alex Merritt/Steve Fishwick Quintet, The Archduke, Waterloo, London

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