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Benny Sharoni at Harborough Jazz club 2016
 
 
SUNDAY  12th March

HENRY ARMBURG-JENNINGS TRIO 


 

Henry Armburg-Jennings (trumpet/flugelhorn)

Ross Stanley(keyboard)

Adam King (bass)





Our March 12th gig features Clark Tracey trumpeter Henry Armburg-Jennings, who has been receiving tributes wherever he plays.  Henry is an ‘outstanding soloist, who is as at home on a poised flugelhorn ballad as he is playing more fiery trumpet excursions’. His ferocious technique, coupled with a true passion for jazz and a maturity beyond his years, has led many leading British jazz statesmen to hire him. Since his early years, Henry is rarely seen with his own outfits but can be frequently heard playing with Clark Tracey’s bands as well as featuring with the Judith and Dave O’Higgins Abstract Truth big band.  In 2014, Henry recorded his second album, Having A Jam, featuring a drum-less trio line-up. This type of format was significant in Henry’s musical upbringing and this latest album pays homage to those experiences. For his return to Harborough Henry comes with his own trio featuring returnee Ross Stanley on keyboard and bass player Adam King. Ross Stanley was last with us on organ as a member of guitarist’s Nigel Price’s group as well as having played with guitarist Phil Robson. He is also featured on the recently released album led by tenor player Trish Clowes, recently heard in Leicester. Bassist Adam King’s reputation has been growing rapidly since his success as the 2015 Musician Company’s Young Jazz Musician’s Awardee revealed him as one of the most promising artists of his generation. Expect some of the best in jazz from this great trio! .

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Tickets: Rob Barker 01858 – 466737

The Next Concert is on Sunday 12th March 2017 - Henry Armburg Jennings Trio 

 

 

Doors Open 12 noon. Concert: 12:30 – 3:00 pm

Licensed Bar and Food


 

Market Harborough Jazz Club focuses on promoting modern and mainstream forms of Jazz. Our aim is to not only provide Sunday sessions at our venue at the Angel Hotel, but also further promote local jazz events. We have an excellent reputation for providing jazz sessions from national and international names as well as rising local stars.  This season sees visits from such musicians as Dave O’Higgins and Geoff Gascoyne; Andy Panayi, Mark Nightingale, Ant Law, and singer Pete Churchill, along with rising stars Allison Neale; Ben Holder and Henry Armburg-Jennings. We look forward to seeing you at our lunchtime sessions on the second Sunday in every month to enjoy a friendly relaxed atmosphere, good food and the best in modern jazz.





Dave O'Higgins/ Geoff Gascoyne 5  February 2017


    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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