Three notable musicians appear at the Cask for the next session at Scarborough Jazz on Wednesday September 4.
Any one of them would make an exceptional guest, but to have trumpeter Henry Lowther, pianist Barry Green and double bass maestro Dave Green together, signals a memorable evening.
As a child Henry Lowther learned trumpet from his father and had private violin lessons before studying at London’s Royal Academy of Music. From the mid 1960s he worked with Mike Westbrook, John Mayall, Michael Garrick, Tony Coe and Gil Evans among many others.
Barry Green studied classical and jazz piano at the Guildhall School of Music, graduating in 2002.
He is a regular performer with Ingrid Laubrock, Mark Lockheart and Martin Speake.
Double bass player Dave Green - like Henry Lowther - began his professional career in the 60s. By the end of the decade he was established as a major figure, having worked with musicians as diverse as Lyttelton and Dankworth.
Admission on the door is £7. The music starts at 8.45pm.