European Jazz Masters Ensemble Concert – Berlin

Really looking forward to playing this evening’s concert in Berlin with the other fantastic musicians on the European Jazz Masters Programme.

We’ll be playing original compositions featuring:

Agatha Ciurkot (p)
Andrej Ugoljew (tbn)
Joshua Jaswon (as)
Jonathan Nagel (acb)
Aarón Castrillo (dr)
Pere Antoni Buosa Abellan (b)
Anna Serierse (voc)
Julius Windisch (p)
Tyge Jessen (tpt)
Camilla Battaglia (voc)
Jonas Leon Jacobsson Røsten(p)
Lukas Zabulionis (ts)

Georg Neumann Hall, Jazz Institut Berlin, DE

Joshua Jaswon Quintet @ The Jazz Nursery, London

On Thursday 27th of July The Joshua Jaswon Quintet will be performing music from its debut album Ribbons at the iconic London jazz venue The Jazz Nursery in the Southbank area.

This is one of the most celebrated monthly gigs on the London Jazz Scene and its a real pleasure to perform there for the second time with my quintet.

The band will feature some absolutely remarkable musicians with Tom Farmer on Double Bass, Rick Simpson on Piano, Miguel Gorodi on Trumpet / Flugelhorn, and David Ingamells on Drums.

£10 Tickets available on the door
£6 Concession Tickets available on the door
£6 Advance Tickets available through the link below

Doors open at 8.0pm
Music from 8.30pm

The venue is a short walk from Lambeth North or Waterloo Underground stations.

I’klectik Art Lab
20 Carlisle Lane
Old Paradise Yard

Joshua Jaswon @ Rob Barron Duo Concert

Award winning UK jazz musicians Joshua Jaswon and Rob Barron will present an intimate duo recital in the beautiful concert setting of Burgh House. Performing original compositions alongside imaginative interpretations of the Broadway Songbook, this concert will present an exciting new collaboration between two of the most distinct voices in the UK jazz scene.

‘….a young alto saxophonist of rare thoughtfulness and poise…makes all the right choices about when to turn up the heat and when to stay cool…a highly promising start to a recording career from a group that are also good value live…’

‘…Pianist Rob Barron was particularly impressive, his spidery, Horace Silver-like runs carving out their own space amongst the rest of the band…’
The Guardian