About Us

In the autumn of 1998, we started a short series of jazz concerts in church, with encouragement from our then vicar, David Tuck. Various musicians played for us, amongst them Humphrey Lyttelton and Martin Klute. We did not expect that annual jazz seasons would be going from strength to strength in Pinner Parish Church so many years later! Welcome...

2005/06 Season

All programme notes prepared by Peter Vacher

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Campbell Burnap Quintet with Special Guest Danny Moss

Saturday 15th October 2005

Trombonist/broadcaster and all-round good egg Campbell Burnap is no stranger to Pinner and we’re delighted to have him back.

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Craig Milverton Band - ‘From Benny To Buddy’

Saturday 5th November 2005

The eagle-eyed among you will have worked out that Benny is Benny Goodman and Buddy is Buddy DeFranco so naturally, Craig and his team will be paying proper homage to these clarinet masters.

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Elaine Delmar and the Brian Dee Quartet featuring guitarist Jim Mullen

Saturday 3rd December 2005

And not before time, we hear you cry?

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Clark Tracey Quintet

Saturday 7th January 2006

Clark’s new quintet has been garnering great reviews at club and festival gigs for the past year or so.

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Alan Barnes Quintet

Saturday 25th February 2006

How could we present a Pinner season without including Alan Barnes?

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Don Weller – Art Themen Quintet

Saturday 25th March 2006

What a value-for-money way to end the season! Two of our greatest tenor-saxophonists on a single bill.

Karen Sharp's Quartet was oustanding; brilliant support from Nikki, Dave and Steve. A wonderful evening. - Michael Wright 

I would just like to say thanks for a brilliant evening in the wonderful, informal atmosphere at Pinner Jazz last night. Christian Brewer’s quintet was simply amazing. Sitting in the second row we felt completely immersed in all the outstanding performances. - M.R.

Another wonderful evening of jazz at Pinner Parish Church. The (Magnificent Seven) musicians were outstanding. - R.M.




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