Jazz Sundays

 
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Live jazz every Sunday
3rd March to 28th April
from 17:00

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BY JUNE

26th May

Blues singer/songwriter and front woman of soul band Melisa Kelly and the Smokin' Crows, Melisa's voice is as powerful as the music that inspires her: Jazz and Blues in the vein of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Bessie Smith. Accompanied by Dean Gardill on the keyboard.

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Melisa Kelly Duo

2nd June

Blues singer/songwriter and front woman of soul band Melisa Kelly and the Smokin' Crows, Melisa's voice is as powerful as the music that inspires her: Jazz and Blues in the vein of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Bessie Smith. Accompanied by Dean Gardill on the keyboard.

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Sun Juice

9th June

Fresh original material, Groovy Latin and Swing, Toe-Tapping Funk, Bouncy Balkan/Klezmer Sound and a lot more. With Graeme Stephen on guitar, Doug Tiplady on sax and vocalist / bassist Dave Ellis, Sun Juice is a rollercoaster of evocative notes and exotic sounds diving into astounding jazz improvisation. 

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Lizabett Russo & Graeme Stephen

16th June

Graeme joins innovative singer, instrumentalist and composer Lizabett Russo for a collaborative silent film project. This newly-constructed work merges early 20th century film adaptations of classic fairy tales with a new score by Russo and Stephen. "This is simply world-class work, by any standard." Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6

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Colin Steele plays Chet Baker

23rd June

Acclaimed Scottish trumpeter and composer Colin Steele will play the music of Chet Baker, accompanied by Fraser Urquhart on the keyboard and Brian Shiels on the double bass. Colin says of Chet: "He had the most beautiful tone, and he could communicate on an emotional level that I hear in few musicians (Billie Holiday springs to mind). I have spent thousands of joyful hours immersing myself in Chet’s music!" 

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Seonaid Aitken Trio

30th June

Scottish Jazz Award-winning vocalist (Best Vocalist 2017 & 2018), virtuoso violinist, orchestrator and BBC broadcaster performs music from her debut solo jazz album ‘What Is This Thing Called Love?’ (released on Valentine’s Day 2019). Joined by Fraser Urquhart (piano) and Andrew Sharkey (bass), the trio will entertain with Great American Songbook favourites, jazz standards and popular classics with a hint of Gypsy Swing. “Seonaid Aitken’s bright vocals and breezy virtuosity are simply a pleasure to behold”  The Herald

 
 

 

Book now:

1 Lister Square, Edinburgh, EH3 9GL  
Tel 0131 228 1905
Email: reservations@soderberg.uk