Jazz on Screen: The Cry of Jazz + American Revolution 2 EFG London Jazz Festival event
These films showcase different portrayals of Chicago, race relations and politics throughout the 1960s, providing a back-drop to the radical jazz movements that would emerge across the decade.
12/11/2022 17:00 free
Total Refreshment Centre presents: Rosie Turton and tyroneis EFG London Jazz Festival event
The home of the very first CHICAGOxLONDON presents some of the most exciting emerging artists from the TRC family for a series of free performances before the main event.
International Anthem: ChicagoxLondon EFG London Jazz Festival event
A night of one-off collaborations and performances, bringing together a line-up of artists from the Chicago avant-garde redefining the future of jazz.
Ayanna Witter-Johnson / LSO Percussion Ensemble EFG London Jazz Festival event
A jazz-infused concert showcasing the partnership between the LSO Percussion Ensemble and composer-cellist-singer Ayanna Witter-Johnson, including new works for percussion.
13/11/2022 16:30 free
Kraabel + Edwards: Complete Communion – A Showcase of Free Improvisation EFG London Jazz Festival event
In the lead up to Chicago legends Henry Threadgill and Anthony Braxton’s double bill, two cutting-edge avant-garde duos will be performing the best of free improvisation in the UK.
Henry Threadgill’s Zooid and Anthony Braxton EFG London Jazz Festival event
An evening of all-encompassing improvisation from two icons of the Chicago avant-garde jazz movement, Henry Threadgill and Anthony Braxton.
MoodSwing EFG London Jazz Festival event
Generation-defining jazz musicians Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade reunite to perform music from their classic 1994 album, MoodSwing and forthcoming album LongGone.
Yahael Camara Onono EFG London Jazz Festival event
A night of music, dance, and discussion with Yahael Camara Onono and friends, focusing on the extensive and complex historical and contemporary repertoire of the Mand√© peoples of West Africa.
Abdullah Ibrahim EFG London Jazz Festival event
Mesmerising South African jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim performs an intimate and atmospheric solo show.
Yahael Camara Onono Masterclass EFG London Jazz Festival event
This year’s Milton Court Artist-in-Residence, Yahael Camara Onono, joins the EFG London Jazz Festival to bring you his second music masterclass with a special, cultural twist.
London Symphony Orchestra/Noseda & Jess Gillam EFG London Jazz Festival event
Gianandrea Noseda conducts, and saxophone star Jess Gillam takes the spotlight as the LSO goes to the EFG London Jazz Festival.
Matana Roberts EFG London Jazz Festival event
Sound experimentalist and mixed-media practitioner Matana Roberts performs their landmark 2019 album Coin Coin Chapter IV: Memphis with full live band for the first time.
18/11/2022 18:00 free
Kinetika Bloco: Through The Fire EFG London Jazz Festival event
Through The Fire is inspired by the idea of Home and the mythology of the Phoenix.
Lady Blackbird EFG London Jazz Festival event
The next superstar of jazz, Lady Blackbird presents a wholly fresh take on the jazz vocal idiom with an unmistakeable voice.
Mark Kavuma and the Banger Factory EFG London Jazz Festival event
A night to celebrate trumpeter and band leader Mark Kavuma’s new label, Banger Factory Records. Featuring performances from an all-star cast of musicians and special guests from London’s jazz scene.
19/11/2022 16:30 free
Adventures in Irish Improvisation EFG London Jazz Festival event
EFG London Jazz Festival presents a showcase of some of Ireland’s foremost improvising musicians.
Dhafer Youssef with Ballak√© Sissoko & Eivind Aarset EFG London Jazz Festival event
Exploring his African roots from a fresh perspective, Dhafer Youssef breaks boundaries to tell new musical stories in Digital Africa – along with Ballak√© Sissoko and Eivind Aarset.
Jazz on Screen: Jazz 625 EFG London Jazz Festival event
We bring together two episodes of the television programme Jazz 625. Celebrating the legacy of the show and reflecting on the role it played in introducing a host of musicians to British audiences.