Twickenham Jazz Club's Past Gigs

Alan Barnes & Matt Sulzmann

This night will be a heartwarming evening of great BeBop and Swing played by two fabulous frontline performers and a world-class rhythm section. Think of Johnny Griffin, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Chet Baker, Thelonious Monk but mostly of having a great time at our special club.

Matt Sulzman

Matt Sulzman Seeped in Jazz since a baby and son of the great Saxophonist Stan Sulzman. Matt is an outstanding soprano and alto saxophonist, arranger, and composer. He now leads his own quintet, and quartet and has performed with the Neon Orchestra, Dom Ingram Sextet, James Brady’s ‘Voyagers’ and the London jazz orchestra, and many more. In addition, his keen interest in education has led him to teach Jazz courses including NYJC, Mehr Clef, NYJOS, Ronnie Scott’s “Big Band in a Day”, and Jazz Rehearsals London, in addition to his work at Brentwood and Abercorn schools.

On Wednesday night he appears with the wonderful, lovable, and incredibly talented Alan Barnes.

Alan Barnes

To many Jazz lovers, Alan needs no introduction.

Nick-named by the late great Humphrey Lyttleton as ‘Honoury Crackpot’ Alan’s musical discography is legendary. He has received over 25 British Jazz awards, recorded many albums, and is highly respected by many of our contemporary Jazz musicians. Great Alan has performed and recorded commercially with household names like Bjork, Bryan Ferry, Michel LeGrande, Clare Teale, Westlife, and Jools Holland.

To spend an evening with him is to be transported into a timeless place of incredible musicality, reassuring humor, and companionship that melts away life’s trials and tribulations just for a while and explore and enjoy great music.


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April 24, 2024

Shirley Smart: ‘Long Story Short’

An evening filled with soul-stirring melodies and boundless creativity.
Shirley Smart: Cello, John Crawford: Piano, Demi Garcia Sabat: Drums, Special Guest – Sam Dunn: Guitar

May 1, 2024

Alamanaque ‘Nothing Stops The Carnival’

Almanaque is unique and will present their unique enthusiastic music which can only be described as a skilful mix of Brazilian, Latin and African influences blended with a magical dusting of sensitive creativity.

(Luca Boscagin: Guitar, Quentin Collins: Trumpet, Mateus Nova: Double Bass, Raphael Delfino: Drums, Jansen Santana: Percussion)
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