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Mike Durham's Classic Jazz Party

Village Hotel calendar_today 30 Oct 20 place Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear Ticket to all Jazz £160 - accommodation booked separately

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CLASSIC JAZZ PARTY 2020 - Stomps off @ The Village Hotel - Newcastle
Friday 30th Oct - 1st Nov

2020 Performers

Trumpet
Enrico Tomasso (UK), Andy Schumm (USA), Mike Davis (USA), Torstein Kubban (Norway), Duke Heitger (USA), Malo Mazurie (France)

Reeds

Claus Jacobi (Germany), Michael McQuaid (Australia), Richard Exall (UK), Lars Frank (Norway), David Horniblow (UK), Jean-Francois Bonnel (France), Mauro Porro (Italy)

Trombone
Graham Hughes (UK), Alistair Allan (UK), Dave Bock (USA), Adrian Fry (UK)

Piano
Andrew Oliver (USA), Keith Nichols (UK), David Boeddinghaus (USA), Martin Litton (UK)

Guitar & Banjo
Thomas “Spats” Langham (UK), Martin Wheatley (UK), Félix Hunot (France), Jacob Ullberger (Sweden)

Brass bass & String bass
Malcolm Sked (UK), Henri Lemaire (France), Phil Rutherford (UK)

Drums & Percussion
Josh Duffee (USA), Nicholas D. Ball (UK), Richard Pite (UK), Nick Ward (UK).

Violin
Emma Fisk (UK)

Vocals
Roya Naldi (USA), Thomas “Spats” Langham (UK)

Concert Themes for 2020

Henry “Red” Allen – 1929 to 1935
The Bucktown Five
Rare Jimmie Noone
Harry Reser’s Six Jumping Jacks
Sweet Tommy Dorsey
Paul Howard’s Quality Serenaders
“The Professors” – Mauro Porro & Andrew Oliver
Bix & Tram – The Chicago Loopers
Clarinet Trios
Noble Sissle & Sam Wooding
The Savoy Havana Band
King Oliver
Duke Heitger’s Chicagoans 
Fred Van Eps –  the Ragtime Banjoist
Unrecorded songs from the Library of Congress
Bing Crosby
Red Nichols’ big bands
Roya Naldi – the Chicago songbird
“Tubas in the Moonshine”
A Big Band Battle – Fletcher Henderson vs. The Missourians
“The Fabulous Fives” – Five-piece jazz from the 1920s
The Ellingtonians
Oscar Alemán
Andy Kirk’s Twelve Clouds Of Joy
Shake That Thing! – Abe Lyman’s Orchestra
Muggsy Spanier
“That’s All” – Annette Hanshaw
Fess Williams’ Royal Flush Orchestra
“After The Storm” – Jazz in Paris after World War One
Teddy Wilson
Ted Lewis
Paul Whiteman’s Orchestra
There is also a jam session every evening after the concert programme finishes.