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NYJO Presents: Blue Note

November 15th 7:45 pm

 

NYJO presents an 18-strong jazz orchestra to perform a mixture of new and existing arrangements to celebrate the iconic Blue Note Records and its incomparable contribution to jazz music.

Blue Note is one of the most prolific, influential and respected record labels of the mid-20th century. It is synonymous with the central tradition of Black American Jazz and noted for its role in facilitating the development of musical movements such as hard bop, post-bop and avant-garde jazz.  In doing so, it paved the way for a myriad of musicians who navigated their mould-breaking careers on the label including, Horace Silver, Jimmy Smith, Freddie Hubbard, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Grant Green, Hank Mobley, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson, and Jackie McLean.

NYJO’s Blue Note programme aims to honour the legendary record label, while championing new and emerging UK jazz musicians, challenging them to absorb and reinterpret the era-defining music released by Blue Note Records in the 1950s.


About NYJO

NYJO is a registered charity, whose mission is to empower young jazz musicians and inspire audiences across the UK, through engaging participation projects and impactful live performances. Founded in 1965, NYJO has grown from a single jazz orchestra to a multifaceted organisation that is committed to supporting and developing musicians of all styles and standards. Whether you want to become the next emerging artist or simply play for fun – they’re here for it.

Throughout all its activities, NYJO are actively seeking to create a dialogue; between the established and the experimental – the past, present, and future – to build bespoke programmes which cater to old and new jazz fans.

Details

Date:
November 15th
Time:
7:45 pm
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Price:
£31.36
Bronze discount applies
Prices include 12% booking fee
Show Times:
Friday 15th November at 7.45pm

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