new, original and improvised music in Cambridge
Tuesday 22nd February
Stylistically open new compositions by Mark Lockheart, urgent and exciting grooves with a whiff of psychedelia.
Mark Lockheart ~ saxophones
Elliot Galvin ~ keyboards
Tom Herbert ~ bass
Dave Smith ~ drums
Skylla plus Tom Herbert
Friday 25th March
Bewitching, intimate, other worldly polyphonic songs by Ruth Goller, plus a rare solo bass performance from Tom Herbert.
Ruth Goller ~ bass guitar and voice
Lauren Kinsella ~ voice
Alice Grant ~ voice
plus... Tom Herbert ~ solo bass
Charlotte Keeffe Quartet
Saturday 23rd April
Soaring, incisive jazz and improvisation. Original compositions from dynamic sound painter Charlotte Keeffe.
Charlotte Keeffe ~ trumpet and flugelhorn
Moss Freed ~ guitar
Ashley John Long ~ double bass
Ben Handysides ~ drums
Saturday 21st May
East African guitar band grooves, wistful European folk themes and sinuous lines reminiscent of Arabic music.
Chris Batchelor ~ trumpet
Margrit Hasler ~ viola
John Parricelli ~ guitar
Steve Watts ~ double bass
Paul Clarvis ~ percussion
Unitarian Church, 5 Emmanuel Road, Cambridge CB1 1JW
Doors 7.30pm, music 8pm
£15 (+ booking fee)
There won't be a bar at these events, but you're welcome to bring your own drinks and glasses!
Covid-19 safety measures
With the Covid-19 situation constantly and rapidly changing, it's not possible for us to say what the position will be when these concerts are scheduled to take place. Rest assured, however, that we will continue to follow Government safety guidelines at all times and take whatever measures we feel are necessary to protect everyone attending our events.
In the event of a concert being cancelled or postponed, ticket holders will receive a full refund.
Similarly, refunds will be given to ticket holders who have to cancel their bookings for Covid-related reasons.
Our Covid-19 safety measures will be kept under constant review, and changes implemented when necessary.
We will publish our up-to-date Covid-19 policy here as soon as the position becomes clearer.
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any concerns or questions.
Updated: 15th January 2022
'No pesky genres' ~ Laura Jurd