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Ray's Jazz: Jon Lloyd Trio

Friday 19th February 2016 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Ray's Jazz Event, Chargeable Event

Featuring the brilliant bassist Tom Farmer (Empirical, Ivo Neame Quintet) and dazzling drummer Andy Chapman, Jon Lloyd's new trio plays Jon Lloyd's new pieces for reeds, bass and drums performing creative melodic improvisation around a series of ECM-styled themes.

Ambitious and virtuosic. One of the most striking performers and composers at the sharp end of British jazz and improvisation.
John Fordham, The Guardian


Tickets: £5. Simply add the required number to the basket below.


Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.


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Good to see and hear this band. They have a great sound especially Jon on soprano sax.The indo jazz piece featuring Tom Farmer on bass was a real show stopper. A very enjoyable set and a great venue. Thank you guys and thank you Foyles.

Stuart Potter - 18th March 2016 Report this Review
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