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Christmas: All Stars Jazz In The Box

We’re delighted to be bringing back this star studded event of Live musical entertainment. Ideal for a Jazz fan’s Christmas party or get together.

For one night only enjoy this fabulous line up!


Acclaimed vocalist and r record label owner Lisa has worked with some of the most influential figures & labels in dance music; Paul Oakenfold, Frankie Knuckles, Defected & Soulfuric, Jamie Lewis, ATFC & David Penn. For this event she goes back to where she began as graduate of the Royal Academy of Music Jazz course and will dazzle you with her vocal powers.


London based saxophonist Matt Telfer has worked with many great artists such as Tony Bennet, Rick Braun, Chuck Leob, Derek Nash, Dave O’Higgins, and Jim Snidero. Matt has played many of the UK’s great venues and festival including, Ronnie Scotts, Pizza Express, Jazz Cafe, Love Supreme Festival, Canary Wharf Jazz Festival and Ealing Jazz Festival.


For several years Bruce played the Cat Anderson Chair in Pete Long’s Echoes of Ellington culminating in a tour with the Birmingham Royal Ballet playing the Cat Anderson solo on “The Madness in Great Ones. Apart from being a featured guest soloist with the BBC Big Band, Bruce also worked with the band on a freelance basis, playing for Lennie Niehaus, Gerald Wilson, and Patti Austin. Bruce also played in the Cuban Fire Concert with Horatio el Negra Hernandez and Giovanni Hidalgo. Bruce has featured as a guest soloist with the following big bands. Fat Chops Big Band, Nottingham Jazz Orchestra, The Scottish National Orchestra Big Band, Bobby Deans Big band Glasgow, Cote Ouest Big Band Nantes, The Hitchen Big Band Nimes. The Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra, The Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra, The Smokin Big Band Newcastle, and the BBC Big Band.


A regular drumming talent on the midland Jazz circuit and organizer of tonight’s event, Aaron’s expertise spans Jazz, Rock, Pop, Funk, and Samba. Aaron is passionate about bringing Jazz to new audiences and teaching people of all ages to get in touch with their inner musician.


Born in Cardiff and raised in London, Keenan began his musical career at the age of four. He achieved his DipABRSM at the age of 17 and was offered a place to study at the Royal Northern College of Music. However, Keenan chose to commence his university studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, achieving First-Class Honours in Physics with Music. A rising star on the jazz scene, Keenan has become an in demand jazz piano player and regularly performs at Warwick Arts Centre and at FarGo Village with the Aaron Moloney trio, alongside his career as a medical physicist.


A graduate of Goldsmiths College, University of London and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Mark grew up in Cornwall, playing piano and singing as a child and turning his attention from rock to jazz in his late teens and eventually to the double bass. Mark moved to Leicester in 2013 and has become a stalwart of the East Midlands jazz scene. Mark composes for his own band, ‘Disquiet’ with the release of debut album ‘Malus and Clawback’ set for 2023. He has performed with the likes of Osian Roberts, Pete Churchill and US saxophonist Bill McHenry.

Credits for the photographs:Loz Moore Photography

**The tickets are not refundable

Doors open: 7:30pm

Show Time: 8:30pm

Doors closes: 00:00

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