Alexandra Ridout on trumpet, currently studying at The Royal Academy of Music, is the winner of the 2016 BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year. Her elder brother Tom Ridout on saxophones and recorder, was a finalist on the same competition.
Check out this link for a taste of Alexandra on trumpet.
With the support of the outstanding, established trio of Gareth Williams — piano, Steve Watts — double bass & Martin France — drums, they play an afternoon concert of well known jazz favourites and original material.
Performance starts at 3pm
*up to 20 card carrying music students of Goldsmith’s College, Guildhall School of Music, Middlesex University, Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music and Trinity Conservatoire. Students’ tickets will be held at the box office for collection on the day of the concert, upon presentation of identity.
Tickets : £25, £20, £15 & £10*
The EFG London Jazz Festival celebrates 25 years in 2017 and The Other Palace are happy to be hosting a great line up as part of the celebrations. JBGB Events have as in previous years’ put together a brilliant programme of concerts for the Studio from award-winners, all-time great UK musicians to acts from the US and Europe making their EFG London Jazz Festival debuts.
Alongside these acts we are welcoming BBC Young Jazz Musicians of the year who will be performing alongside established musicians.
We hope you can join us for this brilliant line up celebrating the very best of Jazz.