Six shows from EFG London Jazz Festival to see in 2021
The EFG London Jazz Festival kicks off tonight and while we have a show on Wednesday with Supreme Standards at Colours Hoxton there is a whole program throughout the week for you to enjoy, here are our six picks from EFG London Jazz Festival 2021.
Juilian Lage at Cadogan Hall - 12th November
one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation, recognised by Carlos Santana and mentored by Pat Metheny and Jim Hall tonight is arare opportunity to see him in London.
Pyjaen at the Jago - 13th November
Full of previous Supreme Standards guests including the Headliners themselves and Raquel Martins who played at Supreme Standards just last month.
Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble at Earth - 15th November
A vibrant collective of artists, musicians, and dancers. Based in Chicago, their work focuses on joy, compassion, and intention all galvanized by Damon Locks’s conceptualizing, poeticizing, and guiding vision.
Charles Lloyd & Nérija at the Barbican - 20th November
Charles Lloyd joined by Gerlad Glayton, Reuben Rogers and Kendrick Scott and Nerija with Nubya Garcia, Sheila Maruice-Gray, Cassie Kionshi, Rosie Turton, Shirely Tetteh, Lazy Exell and Rio Kai?.A a mouth-watering meeting of the new and the old that promised to be an incredible evening.
Joel Ross at Ronnie Scotts - 20th November
A 2019 Bluenote signing, Joel Ross is a vibraphonist making waves in America working with Makaya McCraven as well as Walter Smith III & Mathew Stevens amongst many others.
Project Hilts and Quinn Oulton at Colours, Hoxton - 17th November
We’re biased but this is shaping up to be a special night bringing together jazz fusion 8 piece Project Hilts and Quinn Oulton, one of the UK’s best young saxophonists and producers.