Little Baddow Memorial Hall Little Baddow Chelmsford CM3 4TA
The Arts Society Essex Area welcomes you to a riveting study day about the history and enduring significance of Jazz.
100 years ago a group of American musicians docked in London, bringing with them one of 20th century's most important musical genres: Jazz. A fascinating blend of rigorous structure, free- wheeling creativity, close- knit ensemble work & improvisation. Illustrated by pre-impressionist Maurice Ravel to classic Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
The cost of this study day is £30.00 which includes lunch and all drinks.
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THE ARTS SOCIETY ACCREDITED LECTURER
Mr Sandy Burnett
Sandy is one of the UK’s most versatile music commentators, enjoying a career that combines broadcasting, performing and lecturing. After studying at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge and working as music director for the RSC, National Theatre and in London’s West End, Sandy Burnett spent a decade as one of the core team of presenters on BBC Radio 3. Combining engaging scholarship with hands-on expertise, he devises and leads cultural holidays all over the world, is the author of the Idler Guide to Classical Music, is a highly sought after double bassist on the London jazz scene, and was appointed the Academy of Ancient Music’s Hogwood Fellow for the 2018-19 season.