Jazz New Blood at Iklectik Art Lab

BBC Young Jazz Musician Of The Year Alex Ridout, performing at Jazz New Blood Alive

Some of the UK’s fiercest young jazz talent will showcase their own music at the very first Jazz New Blood Alive event, part of EFG London Jazz Festival 2016.

Some of the UK’s fiercest young jazz talent will showcase their own music at the very first Jazz New Blood Alive event, part of EFG London Jazz Festival 2016. Three afternoon dates at Iklectik Art Lab with give a platform to 10 bands and 42 musicians.

On November 13th, 19th and 20th from 3-7pm these will include Tommy Remon 4tet, Seed, Ridout 6tet, Cesca, Trialogue, Charlie Stacey Trio, Mark Kavuma 4tet, Triforce, Zeñel and Kokoroko. All the sets will be recorded for archive.

All band members are between 14 and 24 and include BBC young musician Jazz award winners and finalists, top players from National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO), Tomorrow´s Warriors, National Youth Jazz Collective (NYJC), Jazz Academy at Royal Academy of music and Trinity Laban. For more information click here.

Iklectik Art Lab, ‘Old Paradise Yard’ 20 Carlisle Lane, London SE1 7LG

Musicians performing: Alexandra Ridout, Tom Ridout, Noah Stoneman, Freddie Jensen, Miles Minlin, Luca Caruso, Tommy Remon, Michael Shrimpling, Joe Elliot, Cassie Kinoshi, Miguel Gorodi, Sheila Maurice-Grey, Chelsea Carmichael, Joe Bristow, Theon Cross, Joe Armon-Jones, Oscar Laurence, Rio Kai, Patrick Boyle, Alex Wilson, Ciaran Corr, Sam Jones, Chris McMurra, Arvin Vaghela, Alexander Blackwell, Charlie Stacey, Michele Montioli, Jamie Murray, Mark Kavuma, Artie Zaitz, Conor Chaplin, Will Cleasby, Dominic Canning, Ricco Komolafe, Benjamin Appiah, Mansur Brown,Laurence Wilkins, Zoe Pascal, Richie Seivwright, Mutale Chashi, Onome Edgeworth, Israel Shabani.

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