Jazz In The Round

Organised Noise With Jazz FM's Jez Nelson.

Mon 24 Jun 2019 to Mon 18 Nov 2019

Jazz In The Round

This event is part of: 

Bringing barrier busting sounds. 

 

THE COCKPIT 

Every month Jazz In The Round gathers at The Cockpit with 3 acts. 
Barrier busting Sounds. In The Round. 

The night consists of three acts.
The opening slot is dedicated to new and emerging artists. This is followed by a solo set, and then our main headliner. 

As part of our dedication to supporting new and emerging artists, we record their set.
This is then broadcast two Sundays later on Jez Nelson's Sunday night show on Jazz Fm. 

MONDAY 24TH JUNE
SNOWPOET, DAVE GREEN

  

 

London-based Snowpoet was born out of a musical friendship and understanding.
Fusing together the writing duo of Lauren Kinsella and Chris Hyson, Snowpoet bring melody, form and poetry to a new setting.

Inspired in equal parts by artists such as Bjork, Sylvia Plath, Joni Mitchell, Phillip Larkin, EE Cummings,Tom Waits, Ólöf Arnalds and John Cage, the group explores the beauty of the song form in all its complexity.

Heavily influenced by alternative folk and indie genres, Snowpoet seek out new ways of storytelling

through melody harmony and rhythm.

 

Dave Green started on tea-chest bass in local skiffle groups before buying his first double bass at fifteen. Local gigs followed, often with neighbour Charlie Watts and trumpeter Brian Jones.

Turning professional in 1963 he worked with Keith Ingham and with multi instrumentalist Pete Shade. He joined the Don Rendell Quintet in the December, and remained with until 1969, by which time it had become the Don Rendell-Ian Carr Quintet. In 1964 he worked with Benny Goodman on TV. In 1965 he joined Humphrey Lyttelton, remaining with the band for eighteen years, but managing to combine the work with playing with Stan Tracey, and accompanying many visiting American jazzmen.

He left Humph in 1983, but continued to work with Tracey into the 1990s. He also worked regularly with Michael Garrick and Henry Lowther, as well as leading his own group Fingers in 1980s.

He has worked and recorded with numerous groups in all styles of jazz. His list of credits would fill a book, but to list some of the musicians his Jimmy Blanton inspired playing has accompanied is essential, even in this small biography: Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Ruby Braff, Billy Butterfield, Yank Lawson, Pee Wee Russell, Kenny Davern, Peter King, Benny Carter, Sonny Rollins, Buck Clayton, Capt. John Handy, Barry Harris, Bob Wilber, Roland Kirk, Brian Lemon, Sweets Edison, Martin Taylor, Ken Peplowski, Warren Vache, Dick Wellstood and George Van Eps.

Add to this his tours with Charlie Watts Quintet to USA, Brazil and Japan, his being part of the Scott Hamilton Quartet for the last fifteen years and continuing to work with Alan Barnes, Henry Lowther, Gareth Williams and his own trio, and it's easy to see why he has become one of the most respected bass players in the world.

He played with the Chris Barber Band for 3 years from 2007 - 2010. He's also been a member of the Scott Hamilton Quartet for the past 30 years. plus is also playing concurrently with Henry Lowther's "Still Waters" and the Karen Sharp Quartet with pianist Nikki Iles.

MONDAY 29TH JULY
SIRKIS/BIALS IQ

MONDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER
TBC

MONDAY 28TH OCTOBER
TBC

MONDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 
TBC
 

 


EMERGENCE 

A Nu Sounds All Dayer

Emergence is a  new quarterly all dayer for musicians, sonic artists, producers, cross-arts collaborators and audiences. 

Like Jazz In The Round, Emergence will happen in the round - only with the seats taken out. It offers a time and a space for players, artists and audiences to come together around a longer bill for a standing, dance-friendly all day event where people can meet, experiment and make the right mistakes.

SUNDAY 30TH JUNE
Presenting: JUNGLE BROWN + CLARA SERRA LOPEZ (LUDI'S EYE) + MA + JACK FOSTER (DJ)

TICKETS / MORE INFO

 

Emergence happens in the round - and with the seats taken out. It offers a time and a space for players, artists and audiences to come together around a standing, dance-friendly all dayer event where we can meet, experiment and make the right mistakes. Come through.

As London Jazz makes its way out into the world, The Cockpit wants to continue giving support to artists of all kinds who respond to this exciting new sound, wholly owned by the Londoners that make it.

DATES: Sunday 30th June, Sunday 15th September , Saturday 23rd November
 

There will also be another EMERGENCE festival in Hastings in 2020.

Join the Jazz In The Round mailing list below to stay in the loop. 

 


OTHER FESTIVALS

             

We debuted at Love Supreme Festival in 2017
In 2018 year our stage was bigger, brighter, and became the go-to place for a late night hang.
Why not join us for 2019?

5TH - 7TH JULY 2019 
LOVE SUPREME FESTIVAL
 

TICKETS/ MORE INFO

Every year we are proud to be part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.
In 2018 we spread our Jazz wings with gigs both here and at Kings Place.
Watch this space for news of what we'll be doing at the 2019 festival. 

15TH - 24TH NOVEMBER 2019 
EFG LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL
 

TICKETS / MORE INFO

 

MERCHANDISE

 
   

You can now purchase 2019 JAZZ IN THE ROUND calendars! 
£7 online or £6 if you buy in person. 

BUY HERE


SUPPORT

 
     

The Cockpit has been awarded an ACE grant so we can record all the emerging artists that play with us at Jazz In The Round .
Take a bow all those who've contributed for free over the years to hold the space and get us here: Jez Nelson, Chris Phillips, Sean Corby, Alex Watson, Richard Wyatt, Steve Cropper, Gina Southgate.

Take a bow Nick Burkinyoung, Akilah Dale, Chris Lince, Deb Jones, Kat Gardner who make each and every event happen with zen quality.
Take a bow The Audience; and Cockpit Supporters of Sound, dozens of whom have been to each and every gig for 7 years.

JiTR set out to provide an open event truly able to reflect and promote the brilliance, beauty and innovation of contemporary jazz in London and the stories of its fabulous musicians.

And we're doing it. So loud applause for all of us  -  In the round.

 


 

TRANSIENT LIFE

 

 
Each month we are lucky to have Steven Cropper taking photographs, and capturing the magic that happens. 
 
Catch up on his work at www.transientlife.uk where you can marvel at his images!
 
 
 

SUPPORTERS OF SOUND

For 100 quid you get free entry to 10 Jazz In The Round  shows...which saves £20 (or 6 beers). Plus you get deals on tickets to Jazz In The Round special events.

Save money, support new music at The Cockpit and try something new.Go on. You know you want to. Click here.

 


GINA SOUTHGATE

 

Every month our artist in residence Gina Southgate paints the action as it happens. See her work on display in our foyer, view it on her website, and watch her at it live on the night.

 

 


JAZZ IN THE ROUND IS A BRAND OWNED & PRODUCED BY 

JAZZ IN THE ROUND IS SUPPORTED BY
                      

Interested in perrfoming at Jazz In The Round? Email alex_j_watson [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk (subject: Performing%20at%20Jazz%20in%20the%20round) (Alex) to get involved!

 

 

 
Tickets:
£12 advance/£15 on the door