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Manchester Jazz Festival Listings

A bigger and better line-up than ever

Published on July 21st 2010.


Manchester Jazz Festival Listings

The 15th annual Manchester Jazz Festival will be bringing all sorts of new sounds into town. From big bang and swing to blues, funk and fusions, there's something for everyone at the Manchester Jazz Festival, even the cynics.

Friday 23 July

RALPH ALESSI WITH THE JIM HART TRIO
Festival Pavillion, 7.30pm
£5

NAT BIRCHALL QUARTET, MARSHALL ALLEN & HAMES HARRAR'S CINEMA SOLORIENS AND THE COSMO-DRAMA
Band on the Wall, 8.30pm
£14

Honeyfeet

HONEYFEET
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Saturday 24 july

MAGIC HAT ENSEMBLE
Festival Pavillion, Noon
Free

THE TRASH CAN COLLECTIVE
St Ann's Square, 1pm
Free

Glazz

GLAZZ
Festival Pavillion, 2pm
Free

TWITCHY FINGERS
St Ann's Square, 3pm
Free

TONY WOODS PROJECT
Festival Pavillion, 4pm
Free

MATT CHANDLER TRIO
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

HUW JACOB, LIAN CARROL TRIO
Festival Pavilion, 8pm
£10

MR SCRUFF: KEEP IT UNREAL
Band on the Wall, 9pm (open until 3am)
£11/£12

JON THORNE'S OEDIPUS MINGUS
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Sunday 25 July

PAPA MILES
St Ann's Square, 1pm
Free

GARY BOYLE BAND, MIKE HALL & DAN WHIELDON, SARA COLMAN QUARTET
The Bridgewater Hal Foyer, 1pm
Free

WORKSHOPS: AN INTRODUCTION TO AFRO-CUBAN PERCUSSION AND DANCE WITH SONG
Festival Pavillion, 2pm – 5pm (with short breaks)
£10

WAY OUT (NORTH) WEST
St Ann's Square, 3pm
Free

JD73

JD73
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

DIÁSPORA, MOJITO
Festival Pavillion, 8pm
£7.50

NATIONAL YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA OF SCOTLAND
Band on the Wall, 8pm
£10

Monday 26 July

EXTRA CURRICULAR
St Ann's Square, 11.45am
Free

PETE HUGHES
Festival Pavillion, 12.30pm
Free

GLASS MYSTERY PLAYS THE MUSIC OF TOM HARRELL
The Bridgewater Hall Foyer, 1pm
Free

MJF INTRODUCES: SAM RAPLE/ADAM CHATTERTON QUINTET
Festival Pavillion, 2.30pm
Free

AFTERNOON TEA WITH...ELAINE HARRIS & ANDRZEJ BARANEK
Midland Hotel, 2.30pm (music starts at 3pm)
£15

EUROPEAN UNION QUARTET
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

ORFEO 5, RICHRAD SCOTT'S LIGHTNING ENSEMBLE, RUDNICKI/POSTLE ELECTRIC DUO
St Ann's Church, 6.15pm
£3 (on the door)

Monika Lidke

MONIKA LIDKE
Festival Pavillion, 8pm
Free

JAZZ JAM SESSION
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
Free

JAZZ ON 3
Band on the Wall, 11.15 - please arrive by 10.30
Draw for tickets

Tuesday 27 July

FUNDING SURGERIES FOR JAZZ MUSICIANS AND PROMOTERS
Midland Hotel: Wyvern Suite, 11am – 3.30pm
Free

CUSP
St Ann's Square, 11.45am
Free

COOL CEOL QUARTET
Festival Pavillion, 12.30pm
Free

EBRCHT-SHERRIF PROJECT
The Bridgewater Hall Foyer, 1pm
Free

MJF INTRODUCES: CAIT MAYALL & BEN NEWTON DUO, DANIEL MARKS
Festival Pavillion, 2.30pm
Free

AFTERNOON TEA WITH...SARAH BENNETT & CURT SHAW
Midland Hotel, 2.30pm (music starts 3pm)
£15

ORCHESTRA DC DANSETTE
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

SIMCOCK/WALKER/SWALLOW/NUSSBAUM
RNCM, 7.30pm
£14/£12 (concessions available)

RODINA
Festival Pavillion, 8pm
Free

Kid Creole

KID CREOLE AND THE COCONUTS
Band on the wall, 8.30pm
£25

STUART MCCALLUM WITH RIOGHNAGH CONNOLLY
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Wednesday 28 July

JIM FAULKNER GROUP
St Ann's Square, 11.45am
Free

SARA DOWLING & ANDY KINGSLOW
Festival Pavillion, 12.30pm
Free

EDWARD BARNWELL TRIO
The Bridgewater Hall Foyer, 1pm
Free

AFTERNOON TEA WITH...ALICE ZAWADZKI & MOSS FREED
Midland Hotel, 2.30pm (music starts 3pm)
£15

MJF INTRODUCES: ANDREW WOODHEAD QUARTET
Festval Pavillion, 2.30pm
Free

GENI LAMB QUINTET WITH SUEYO
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

SURROUNDINGS: OPEN REHEARSAL
St Ann's Church, 6pm
Free

PHIL BANCROFT'S 'HOME, SMALL AS THE WORLD'
RNCM, 7.30pm
£14/£12 (concessions available)

TERRI SHALTIEL
Festival Pavilion, 8pm
Free

KID CREOLE AND THE COCONUTS
Band on the Wall, 8.30pm
£25

THE RACHAEL GLADWIN SEXTET
Matt and Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Thursday 29 July

SERGE TEBU PROJECT
St Ann's Square, 11.45am
Free

THE 265 QUARTET
Festival Pavillion, 12.30pm
Free

OUR LIBERATED WINTER, STEVE TROMANS/DAN NICHOLLS DUO
St Ann's Church, 1pm
Free

MJF INTRODUCES: BEN WATTE/SAM HEALEY QUINTET
Festival Pavillion, 2.30pm
Free

An Jacobs

AFTERNOON TEA WITH...AN JACOBS & DAN WHIELDON
Midland Hotel, 2.30pm (music starts at 3pm)
£15

SARGASSO TOWNSHIP JAZZ BAND
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

STU BROWN SEXTET: THE RAYMOND SCOTT PROJECT
RNCM, 7.30pm
£14/£12 (concessions available)

HARRY MAGOYA BAND
Festival Pavillion, 8pm
£10

ASAF SIRKIS TRIO, ARUN GHOSH QUINTET
Band on the Wall, 9pm
£12

CABBAGE ALLEY
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Friday 30 July

SENDAI
St Ann's Square, 11.45am
Free

BAYLIS/HOWARD/MCCALLUM
Festival Pavillion, 12.30pm
Free

LES CHISNALL
St Ann's Church, 1pm
Free

Orca Trio

MJF INTRODUCES: ORCA TRIO
Festival Pavillion, 2.30pm
Free

AFTERNOON TEA WITH...DOREEN EDWARDS & GEORGE KING
Midland Hotel, 2.30pm music starts 3pm
£15

AD INFINITUM
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

Stuart McCallum

STUART MCCALLUM, THE GOLDEN AGE OF STEAM, TRIO VD
Festival Pavillion, 8pm)
£7.50

ROB DURBIN TRIO WITH CHIP WICKHAM
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

Saturday 31 July

DANIEL ERDMANN AND FRANCIS LE BRAS
Festival Pavillion, Noon
Free

MIKE SMITH' GINGER TUNES QUARTET
St Ann's Square, 1pm
Free

KOBU
Festival Pavillion, 2pm
Free

BILLY ADAMSON GROUP
St Ann's Square, 3pm
Free

BALDO MARTÍNEZ GROUP
Festival Pavillion, 4pm
Free

ZOE CHIOTIS BAND
St Ann's Square, 5pm
Free

Neil Yates

MJF ORIGINALS: NEIL YATES & THE N-CIRCLE JAZZ ORCHESTRA – SURROUNDINGS
St Ann's Church, 7pm
£9

BEATS 'N' PIECES BIG BAND, DARK KNIGHTS OFSOUL
Festival Pavillion, 8.30pm
£7.50

EXTRA LOVE
Matt & Phred's Jazz Club, 10pm
£5

For more information about the venues, artists or performances at Manchester Jazz Festival, visit www.manchesterjazz.comTickets can be purchased online at www.ticketline.co.uk

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Kevin TilleyJuly 22nd 2010.

I hope the festival preparations didn't cause the cutting down of what appeared to be a perfectly healthy tree in St Ann's Square

Hero
Temporary HeroJuly 23rd 2010.

Now now cobbydaler, you know what the council are like about plants and green spaces, it was probably overshadowing the bricks

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