Leading international, national and regional musicians will perform for the jazz week in Lincoln and six other towns in the county in May.
The week-long festival will take place between May 5 to 12, starting with The Nigel Price Organ Trio at The Blue Room at The Lawn in Lincoln on Saturday, May 5.
Gigs will continue during the week in Lincoln, Louth, Alford, Spalding, Grantham, Stamford and Kirton-in-Lindsey.
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What’s on during Jazz week:
- The Nigel Price Organ Trio at The Lawn – Saturday, May 5 at 8pm
- A Lincoln Cathedral Eucharist with the Andy Aitchison Quartet and Cathedral Choir – Sunday, May 6 at 10.30am
- The Andy Aitchison Quartet at the Alford Corn Exchange – Sunday, May 6 at 8pm
- Trombonist Dennis Rollins featuring with the Rick Woolgar Trio at The Mason Arms Hotel, Louth – Monday, May 7
- Dennis Rollins with his seven-piece band ‘Funky Funk’ at The Blue Room, Union Road, Lincoln – Tuesday, May 8 at 8pm
- ‘Head South’ featuring top UK jazz trumpeter Steve Waterman at the South Holland Centre, Spalding – Wednesday, May 9
- ‘Me and Mr Jones’ at The Cafe Portico – Wednesday, May 9
- ‘Seven Pieces of Silver’ at The Blue Room, Union Road, Lincoln – Thursday, May 10
- ‘Round Midnight’ featuring members of The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s Ellington Orchestra’s small band at Bar 67, The Lincoln Hotel – Friday, May 11, 9.30pm
- Joanna Eden and The Chris Ingham Quartet at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall – Friday, May 11, 7.30pm
- Duke Ellington’s ‘Sacred Music’ performed by The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Ellington Orchestra with the Lincoln Cathedral Choir – Saturday, May 12, 8pm
- ‘Tenors in Our Time’ at The Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre – Saturday, May 12 at 8pm
- The Ben Martin Quartet playing some of the music of Antonio Carlos Jobim at Stamford Arts Centre Cellar Bar – Saturday, May 12 at 8pm
Jazz week has been made possible thanks to the support from the Arts Council, Lincoln BIG, Lincoln Cathedral, The Postlethwaite Music Foundation, East Midlands Jazz and NewJazz5.