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Events from Past Brecon Jazz Festival Dates

The annual Brecon Jazz holds exciting events every year, making each festival date a very special occurrence. Here are a few snippets from previous festival events that may excite future attendees of the 2019 Brecon Jazz Festival.
The acclaimed Swing Style Quartet, a group that played on the South Wales music scene, performed on December 11, 2018 on The Muse location. The Line Up included guitarist Mike Frost, violinist Heulwen Thomas, pianist Gareth Hall, and double bassist Donnie Joe Sweeney.
During the main 2018 festival event, Harmonica Jazz: Toots Thielemans and…

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Turquazz: Anatolian Jazz and Roots Festival in London

A new, inaugural arts and music festival called the Turquazz: Anatolian Jazz and Roots Festival will be held in London in March. It will give focus to Anatolian Jazz, a type of jazz which originated from Turkey. It will occur on the 13th of March 2019 until the 30th. The Turquazz festival will be held at different venues across the city.
An exciting series of activities will be filling the festival’s programme. These include jazz gigs, jazz documentaries, and film screening, discussion on the concept of Anatolian jazz, a pop-up dining experience, a Turkish tango event, …

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Snarky Puppy will Perform on a Royal Albert Hall Date for UK Autumn Tour

Snarky Puppy, a Brooklyn-based fusion-influenced jam band and three-time Grammy-winning powerhouse, announced dates for their UK tour. According to the home and garden experts, the band is well-known for mixing jazz, rock, and funk into their music. Since their debut in 2004, they have received 10 awards and accolades with three of those coming from Grammy’s. They will be performing their new recliner album, Immigrance, which was released on March 15…

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Branford Marsalis Quartet Performs at London’s Barbican Hall

A short opening performance from pianist Nikki Yeoh started the concert. Paired with UK pianist Julian Joseph during their encore, this concert was what John Cumming stated as possibly the leading acoustic jazz quartet in the world. Having Branford Marsalis play his own ‘Life Filtering from the Water Flowers’, his ravishing rendition of Jimmy McHugh’s ‘Sunny Side of the Street’ and many more, and the Cummings’ claim was an absolute fact. Not only that, but pianist Joey Calderazzo also performed his new ballad ‘Cianna’.
Branford Marsalis constantly creates …

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