4th Edition #jazznewbloodALIVE2019 > 24 NOV > 2.30pm-8.30pm
part of EFG LondonJazzFestival2019 (SOLD OUT)
+Our yearly PHOTO EXHIBITION is on
under the theme #femalejazzpower with Steve Funky feet support & photos,
and we welcome DORA THE DRAWER on decks painting live some of the concerts.
"JazzNewblood has described its mission as being “nurturing youth jazz talent”. , a function it undertakes supremely well." thejazzmann.com (UK)
part of EFG LondonJazzFestival2018
#jazznewbloodALIVE2017 @EFGLondonjazzfest @IKLECTIK
2DAYS : 6BANDS+PHOTOS EXHIBITION+LIVE PAITING BY GINA SOUTHGATE
2017 Line-up: B L A N (C) A N V A S: Romarna Campbell, Mutale Chashi, David Grey, Richie Seivwright,
Sahvannah Amaka | KASIA KAWALEK 5tet: Lorenz Okello-Osengor, Benjamin Appiah, Mark Mollison,
Izzy Stephens | NIHILISM: Saskia Horton, Shango Ljihakin, Christopher Luu, Benjamin Appiah, Lorenz Okello-Osengor
SAM BARNETT 5tet: Zoe Pascal, Laurence Wilkins, Seth Tackaberry, Alberto Garcera
PETER WILSON TRIO: Seth Tackaberry, Luca Caruso
ZOE PASCAL 4tet: Hamish More, Quinn Oulton, Jonah Grimbly-Larrington
Curated & organised by Patricia Pascal
PHOTOS BY Kate Eeles, Patricia Pascal, Steve Funkyfeet
VIDEOS BY Steve FunkyFeet, Patricia Pascal
AUDIO RECORDING BY Jeff Ardron
"This was an inspiring #jazznewblood show at IKLECTIK - three upbeat and varied sets by young artists - Kasia Kawalek5tet Romarna Campbell Blan(c)anvas and the impressive jazz-grime collective Nihilism.
All three bands were led (or co-led in the case of Nihilism) by women – another sign, if one was needed, that jazz is no longer the male dominated music form it has often been." LondonJazznews, Joe Paice, PizzaExpress
LIVE REVIEW at #jazznewbloodALIVE2017 DAY01 by Ian Mann for thejazzmann.com
"KASIA KAWALEK 5TET...I was impressed by Kawalek’s singing and playing and also by the quality of her songwriting. These were intelligent, mature evocative songs...
ROMARNA CAMPBELL BLAN(C)ANVAS...This was a performance of much promise with Campbell impressing both with her own writing and her imaginative use of outside material. Any subsequent recordings of this material would be eagerly anticipated...
NIHILISM...This was a hugely exciting performance from a very well drilled young band who played with skill, passion and urgency, occasionally hinting at the past but very much of the present. I was pleasantly surprised by just how much I enjoyed them."
LIVE REVIEW at #jazznewbloodALIVE2017 DAY02 by Ian Mann for thejazzmann.com
"ZOE PASCAL 4tet...Still only sixteen Zoe Pascal continues to impress as both a drummer and composer and already has two recordings under his belt with Barnett and with Portuguese vocalist / guitarist Carmen Souza. His musical future looks very bright indeed, as do those of his highly accomplished bandmates...
PETER WILSON TRIO...The trio impressed with their cohesiveness and togetherness with Wilson adopting a pure, clean jazz guitar tone and proving to be a highly fluent soloist...
This was a good natured but highly accomplished display of music making that rounded off this year’s JazzNewBlood programme on a very positive note."
#JazznewbloodALIVE2016 @EFGLondonjazzfest @IKLECTIK
3DAYS : 9BANDS
2016 Line-up: RIDOUTS: Alexandra Ridout, Tom Ridout, Noah Stoneman, Freddie Jensen, Miles Minlin, Luca Caruso
TOMMY REMON 5tet: Zoe Pascal, Michele Montolli, Joe Elliot | SEED: Cassie Kinoshi, Miguel Gorodi, Sheila Maurice-Grey,
Chelsea Carmichael, Joe Bristow, Theon Cross, Shirley Tetteh, Rio Kai, Patrick Boyle | TRIALOGUE: Chris McMurra
Arvin Vaghela, Alexander Blackwell | CESCA: Alex Wilson, Ciaran Corr, Sam Jones | MARK KAVUMA 4tet: Ofer Landsberg, Mutale Chashi, Will Cleasby | TRIFORCE: Dominic Canning, Ricco Komolafe,
Benjamin Appiah, Ife Ogunjobi, Kaidi Akinnibi | ZEÑEL: Zoe Pascal, Noah Stoneman, Laurence Wilkins
KOKOROKO: Sheila Maurice-Grey, Richie Seivwright , Cassie Kinoshi,
Oscar Laurence, Mutale Chashi, Onome Edgeworth, Ayo Salawu
Curated & organised by Patricia Pascal
PHOTOS & VIDEOS BY Patricia Pascal , Anand Singh
AUDIO RECORDING BY Theo Pascal
"congratulations to JazzNewBlood for the sterling work they are doing to promote and encourage emerging jazz talent."
Festival LIVE review @thejazzmann, UK