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  1. Deschanel Gordon Trio

    “Gordon…delivers a flowingly expansive piano solo…exhibiting a…relaxed fluency” – The Jazzmann “The piano man to watch…Deschanel Gordon” – London Jazz News Rising-star pianist Deschanel was born in Hackney and grew up...

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  2. Arun Ghosh

    “…uproarious and irresistible” – Daily Telegraph “Life-affirming music that transcends cultural barriers” – Manchester Evening News IndoJazz sensation Arun Ghosh makes his long-awaited debut at NQ Jazz. It’s a homecoming concert...

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  3. Arun Ghosh

    “…uproarious and irresistible” – Daily Telegraph “Life-affirming music that transcends cultural barriers” – Manchester Evening News IndoJazz sensation Arun Ghosh makes his long-awaited debut at NQ Jazz. It’s a homecoming concert...

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  4. Brigitte Beraha ‘Lucid Dreamers’

    ‘A set packed with off-centre pleasures and subtle delights’ – Mojo Brigitte Beraha’s early incarnation of ‘Lucid Dreamers’ premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as a trio in 2019 as part...

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  5. Brigitte Beraha ‘Lucid Dreamers’

    ‘A set packed with off-centre pleasures and subtle delights’ – Mojo Brigitte Beraha’s early incarnation of ‘Lucid Dreamers’ premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as a trio in 2019 as part...

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  6. Denys Baptiste Triumvirate

    ‘Denys Baptiste…taking Europe by storm and becoming the icon of British jazz’ – Time Magazine Mercury & MOBO award-winning saxophonist/composer Denys Baptiste returns with a new trio as he opens a...

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  7. Denys Baptiste Triumvirate

    ‘Denys Baptiste…taking Europe by storm and becoming the icon of British jazz’ – Time Magazine Mercury & MOBO award-winning saxophonist/composer Denys Baptiste returns with a new trio as he opens a...

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  8. Baronial Baroque

    A unique concert split into two parts, with the first half in the 600-year-old Baronial Hall at Chetham’s and the second half in our modern concert venue The Carole Nash...

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  9. Baronial Baroque

    A unique concert split into two parts, with the first half in the 600-year-old Baronial Hall at Chetham’s and the second half in our modern concert venue The Carole Nash...

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  10. Jean Toussaint Quartet

    ‘…His own style, fluent and assured, with angular asides to keep you guessing, is as unmistakable as ever’ – Dave Gelly, The Gaurdian  ‘…class material, matured over the years and...

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