|Events for June 27, 2012|
Brass concert in memory of Malcolm Smith
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|Malcolm Smith was principal trumpet at the Royal Opera house until 2001 when he sadly passed away. This concert is a tribute to his life. Organised by his daughter Katie Smith and condcuted by one of his sons Robin Smith, as well as close friends and colleagues Peter Harvey and Eric Crees.|
Performers from the London Colleges of Music
Fanfare from La Peri-Dukas
Florentiner March-Julius Fucik
West Side Story- Bernstein arr. Crees
Quintet No.2- Ewald
Festmusik der Stadt Wien-Strauss
7:30pm at St. Sepulchres-without-Newgate,Holborn Viaduct London, EC1A 2DQ
Tickets £5 on the door with refreshments served in the interval.
Profits made will be split between the charity beating bowel cancer and the London Schools Symphony Orchestra
The Lower East Side Hot Club
|New York||Jazz Small Group||OneFusionMedia|
|Located at 112 Suffolk St.|
between Rivington & Delancey in the Lower East Side.
Antibes Bistro Live Jazz is in full swing on the LES. We invite you to indulge in sultry sounds and intimate ambiance every Tuesday and Wednesday night beginning at 7:30pm. Arrive early to grab an outdoor seat!
Antibes Bistro serves a seasonal selection of French Mediterranean dishes in a light atmosphere with European character. Chef Davidís daily specials feature the freshest ingredients from local markets. Enjoy and relax with your choice of quality boutique and vintage wines from our very reasonably priced wine list.
Located just two blocks from F/JMZ Trains, Essex and Delancey stops.
See You There!
Lower East Side Hot Club Trio
Joel Beaver (lead guitar), Carolin Pook (violin), Terence Murren (upright bass)
An acoustic group performing Gypsy Jazz in the style of legendary gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli. They play swing standards from the 1930's and 40's as well as contemporary gypsy bossas, ballads, valses and tangos.