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Dave Puddy: "Eventually we paid our entrance money [to Eel Pie Island] and fought our way to one of the many bars where we could buy our Newcastle Brown and retire to the back of the heaving dancefloor. There must have been lights somewhere, but my memory remains of being in some dark cavernous wonderland." - (Just Jazz July 2020)

Dave Rempis:Ten years from now, I can see musicians streaming concerts in real time and charging a minimal amount for people to watch.” - (DownBeat September 2013)

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As we all know there are no live gigs taking place in the immediate future. However, any links to jazz streaming that are deemed suitable - i.e. with a professional approach - will be considered for posting.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

LIVE in King's Hall

In the absence of live, in concert performances Newcastle University is making available a short series of weekly lockdown sessions performed by musicians in their own homes. Last week (Thursday 21) two members of the Northern Sinfonia gave a short recital for violin and cello. Jane Nossek (violin) and Gabriel Waite (cello) played pieces by Bartok, Martinu, Bach and Giliere. The performance is currently available on YouTube. 


This Thursday (May 28) the International Centre for Music Studies' LIVE concerts at home YouTube series presents pianist Paul Edis recorded at his London home. The YouTube concert will begin at 1:15, lasting for approximately half an hour featuring compositions by Edis (Montage), Thelonious Monk (Trinkle, Tinkle) and a selection from the Great American Songbook.   
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