1959: The Golden Year of Jazz

1959: The Golden Year of Jazz

Age range: All ages

After the success of its Brubeck Project for Arts Alive back in 2019 the quartet is proud to present its new show. 1959 is often considered an extremely influential year for jazz with new sub genres beginning plus the release of some of the finest jazz albums ever including Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and Dave Brubeck’s Time Out. The band has played many gigs for rural touring schemes delivering high quality accessible music for all ages to enjoy but with a light hearted approach.

Show times

Calendar Date & Time

Fri 11 February 2022, 7.30pm

Pin Location

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard
HR7 4LL

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

01885 488575; www.conquest-theatre.co.uk

www.neilmayaquartet.co.uk

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £10.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

Calendar Date & Time

Sat 12 February 2022, 7.30pm

Pin Location

Cawley Hall, Eye
HR6 0DS

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

01568 615836

www.neilmayaquartet.co.uk

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £12.00

Child: £6.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

Calendar Date & Time

Fri 04 March 2022, 7.30pm

Pin Location

Linton Village Hall
HR9 7RX

South Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

[email protected]

www.neilmayaquartet.co.uk

Additional information:

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Doors open at 6.30pm. Bar available. Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult.

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £12.00

Child: £8.00

Calendar Date & Time

Sat 05 March 2022, 7.30pm

Pin Location

Market Theatre, Ledbury
HR8 2AQ

South Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

07967 517125; www.themarkettheatre.com

www.neilmayaquartet.co.uk

Additional information:

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Students £10

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £14.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

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