Next concert: Friday, 12th April at 7.30pm: Ambassadors from the National Youth Jazz Orchestra
The National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO) is a charity, whose mission is to promote jazz as an exciting, engaging and inspirational art form through world-class performances and education work. The 24-piece Jazz Orchestra remains the gateway to the profession for many future stars of the UK jazz scene, and countless musical theatre and session musicians. NYJO’s alumni include Guy Barker, Laura Jurd, Mark Nightingale and Amy Winehouse, plus the leader of the Strictly Come Dancing band Dave Arch (and most of his band members) and music supervisor for the London 2012 Olympics Martin Koch.
A sextet of their ‘Ambassadors’ will be presenting NYJO’s Legends of Jazz programme: This programme celebrates the greatest jazz classics ever written. Featuring tunes, such as ‘Take the A Train’, by the undisputable jazz masters, such as Ellington and Monk; together with legendary modern composers, whose works are at the cutting-edge of jazz. Join us on our journey through the jazz greats!
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Interested in coming to a concert?
Programme information: Full details of all this season’s concerts are given on our programme pages here and a PDF of the 2018 – 2019 season’s leaflet can be downloaded here: SCS_18-19_leaflet
Tickets: £16 for adults; full-time students and accompanied school children are free. Further details of how to obtain tickets and our annual subscription rates here
How to find us: Concerts are held at Outwood Academy, Foxhills, Scunthorpe DN15 8LJ. More details here. Please let us know, in advance, if you have any mobility difficulties as the seating is tiered. This will help us to make sure you have a seat at ground level. Please also let us know if you have any other accessiblity requirements, such as a large print programme.
Individual concert programmes: Get to know the music: each month we will provide details of the music to be played so you can become familiar with it in advance of the concert. Details will be available here.
Further information about the society:
About Us – information about the society and its history
Our season to date – an overview of concerts this season
Gallery 2018 – 2019 – reviews, audience comments and photos of this season’s concerts
Archive – information about our previous seasons
Advertising – if you are interesting in advertising your services in our promotional leaflets
Links – to other websites you might be interested in
STOP PRESS: OUTLINE OF OUR 2019 – 2020 CONCERTS NOW RELEASED
2019 – 2020 will be the society’s 70th anniversary season and we have been working hard to put together a programme of very special concerts. We are keen for people to have the dates to put in their diaries as soon as possible (more details to follow):
October 11th – Lauren Zhang (piano)
November 8th – Meiningen Ensemble with Clare Wheat (soprano)
December 6th – Daniel Shao (flute) & Joseph Havalat (piano)
January 17th – Martin Bartlett (piano)
February 7th – Kanneh-Mason Ensemble
March 13th – Tabea Debus (recorder) & Alex McCartney (theorbo)
April 3rd – Laura van der Heijden (cello) & Katya Apekisheva (piano)
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