Elmbridge Jazz – Gigs at Imber Court Sports & Leisure Centre East Molesey / Esher Surrey
Jazz at Imber Court
The venue for this Jazz Club is Imber Court, East Molesey Surrey. They have a large car park and a reasonably priced club bar.
We offer relaxing jazz in a friendly atmosphere and new-comers are always welcome.
Gigs For January To April 2018
When: Approximately Monthly
Where: Imber Court Sports Club & Leisure Centre
8.30pm – 11pm
Price: See Programme.
Phone Carole Merritt on 01932 845 174.
Please mention the All About Weybridge website
Friday 19th January 2018
The Jim Mullen/Zoe Francis/Mick Hutton Trio.
Jim’s sensitive guitar accompaniment to Zoe’s soft singing with their regular bass player Mick providing support means that we shall be listening to some excellent arrangements.
Tuesday 6th February 2018
Tuesday is Big Band Night – this evening it’s the Willie Garnett Big Band.
We’ll have 16 swinging musicians playing arrangements from the 1940’s onwards by Thad Jones, Sammy Nestico, Charles Mingus and many more. An entertaining, foot-tapping evening,
Friday 16th February 2018
We welcome back fantastic keyboardist John Horler in the John & Dave Horler Quartet.
John (long-term pianist for the late John Dankworth) is joined by his brother on valve trombone, backed by bass player Tim Wells and drummer Trevor Tomkins. Dave, Tim and Trevor have all worked with the WDR Big Band in Cologne and with many top artistes in the USA, Europe and the UK. This promises to be a tight set!
Friday 16th March 2018
We have the Stuart Henderson/Mike Wills Quintet, comprising Mike playing lyrically on a variety of reed instruments and Stuart on trumpet and flugelhorn.
Stuart spent over 20 years playing in Her Majesty’s Household Division at State occasions worldwide and has now moved very successfully into the jazz scene. The immaculate bass playing of Dave Green and tasteful drumming of Derek Gayle complete this highly enjoyable quintet.
Friday 20th April 2018
It is with great pleasure that we welcome back the Al Nicholls Quartet.
Tenor saxophonist Al, with his smooth playing and excellent choice of tunes, is joined by the highly accomplished John Pearce on keyboard, virtuoso bass player Paul Morgan and John Sergeant on drums. Beautiful jazz, easy to listen to.