Events

Simon Spillett Quartet: 15 February – booking now!

Posted on 1st Dec 2019 by Nick Clarke

The Simon Spillett Quartet – with Rob Barron on piano, Alec Dankworth on bass and Clark Tracey on drums – play a fundraising concert for the National Jazz Archive on Saturday 15 February. It will be a tribute to the music of the wonderful Briti …

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Jazz 625 + Archive AGM, 7 December

Posted on 1st Dec 2019 by Nick Clarke

The National Jazz Archive’s Annual General Meeting will be on Saturday 7 December at the Archive in Loughton Library, Traps Hill, Loughton, Essex  IG10 1HD. It will be followed by refreshments, and the opportunity to thank all our volunteers for …

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Big Band Jazz Returns to Loughton

Posted on 11th Oct 2019 by Nick Clarke

Big Band Jazz returns to Loughton The Return of the BIG BAND! Popular demand sees the return of the John Ongom Big Band plus Catherine Lima to Loughton! Both the JOBB and Catherine have enjoyed sell-out fundraising gigs for the National Jazz Arch …

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Adrian Cox presents Profoundly Blue

Posted on 3rd Sep 2019 by John Dale

Adrian Cox presents Profoundly Blue at the next National Jazz Archive fundraising concert. A concert celebrating the music of Louisiana-born clarinettist Edmond Hall. Venue Loughton Methodist Church Date Saturday 28 September 2019 Time 2.30pm, d …

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Adrian Cox presents ‘Profoundly Blue’

Posted on 16th Jul 2019 by Nick Clarke

Adrian Cox plays a fundraising concert for the National Jazz Archive as a tribute to jazz clarinettist Edmond Hall on Saturday 28 September, in Loughton, Essex. ‘Profoundly Blue’ is a concert celebrating the music of Louisiana-born clarinettis …

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Save these dates

Posted on 25th Apr 2019 by John Dale

Save these dates The Archive is finalising plans for further fundraising concerts this year, so save these Saturday dates: 27 July 28 September 2 November Make sure you keep up to date with the website, social media and our newsletter so tha …

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