Scarborough Jazz Club gives night over to young local musicians on Wednesday July 6 - who's on the bill here

Scarborough Jazz Club presents a night curated and performed by young musicians who have performed in its New Jazz Generation feature since it reopened after lockdown.

By Sue Wilkinson
Friday, 1st July 2022, 12:00 am
Saxophonist Murray Robinson, performing in a new 'chordless' trio setting influenced by classic Sonny Rollins trio recordings
Saxophonist Murray Robinson, performing in a new 'chordless' trio setting influenced by classic Sonny Rollins trio recordings

These include:

Saxophonist Murray Robinson, performing in a new 'chordless' trio setting influenced by classic Sonny Rollins trio recordings.

Genre-defying trio, Jay-Oh-Three, mixing original compositions and fresh takes on music by the likes of Moondog.

Singer Flo Shaw whose repertoire ranges from standards to whimsical self-penned originals.

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    An entirely improvised intro set by piano and drums duo, Theo and Moses who wowed the Scarborough Jazz audience with their creativity and musical technique.

    Tessa Wrigley, a young vocalist with a mature delivery performing songs from such as Joni Mitchell with a six-piece band.

    Purple Cheesecake - long established funk-jazzers with a reputation for igniting audiences into a jazz dancing frenzy.

    They are all on the bill on Wednesday July 6.

    Doors open at 7.45pm.

    Engtry is by £5 minimum donation – unless you’re playing.