Tomorrow the Moon continues with an exciting season of double bills of contemporary jazz led by woman. Our last gig of this season is on Thursday April 12th at the Vortex Jazz club in London. Featuring two outstanding young women musicians Helena Kay, Scottish Young Jazz Musician 2015 and winner of this year’s Peter Whittingham Jazz Award and Charlotte Keeffe. We’ll be celebrating International Women’s Day on Friday 9 March at the Old Church with one of the greatest cabaret singers, Barb Jung and Solar Flares. Details of all our gigs and events are constantly updated so watch this website or connect with us on Facebook fb
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We are delighted that we have been awarded funding from the PRS Foundations’s The Open Fund and we will be continuing our acclaimed season ‘ Tomorrow the Moon ‘
Double bills of outstanding original jazz led by women. Performances at the Vortex and at the Old Church on Stoke Newington Church Street.
Blow the Fuse were awarded public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, ACE towards the recording of ARQ’s second album ‘A Magic Life’ and the costs of touring.
See our gigs page for details on all our events.
ARQ continue with gigs in England and they’ll be touring in Germany September and Scotland in November later this year. Swanage Jazz Festival and Stourbridge coming up in July.
10 London Vortex Jazz Club
21 Poplar Union
22 Naturist Jazz Festival, near Orpington
“A gorgeous album synthesising mood, melody and the interplay between musicians totally at home with each other.” Jazzwise ★★★★
“…infused with the kind of heady imagination that transforms their resonances into a series of vivacious musical adventures.”
BBC Music Magazine ★★★★★
‘A Celebration of life itself ‘ LondonJazzNews
LIVE ‘The Trunk Call’ from the latest album
‘A Magic Life’
Alison Rayner double bass/composer
Deirdre Cartwright guitar,
Steve Lodder piano,
Diane McLoughlin saxophone,
Buster Birch drums.