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The Humphrey Lyttelton Band concert on 17 March 2018 brought to a close 20 years of Pinner Jazz in Pinner Parish Church.

We're delighted to say that it is not the end of jazz concerts, because the new Music in Pinner Series will comprise a mixture of classical and jazz.

Visit the Music in Pinner site for more details.

2003/04 Season

All programme notes prepared by Peter Vacher

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Martin Drew Quintet: Celebrating The Jazz Couriers

Saturday 20th September 2003

It was Mornington Lockett who persuaded Martin Drew to form a band to recreate the Jazz Couriers repertoire from the late 1950s.

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Allan Ganley Quartet

Saturday 25th October 2003

Allan Ganley is everyone’s favourite drummer for any number of good reasons. He always swings, he’s creative and he listens.

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Campbell Burnap Quintet

Saturday 15th November 2003

Campbell is either a top broadcaster who is also an excellent trombonist or a fine instrumentalist who just happens to be the best spokesman for jazz on radio. Take your pick.

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John Dankworth Quintet

Saturday 13th December 2003

John Dankworth is quite simply one of the principal luminaries of British jazz, whether as player or composer-arranger.

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Scott Hamilton Quintet

Saturday 17th January 2004

A club owner once said that the best way to keep his audience happy was to present Scott Hamilton every week.

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Clare Teal and Her Band

Saturday 21st February 2004

Clare is a singer-songwriter whose career is in the ascendant.

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Alec Dankworth Trio

Saturday 20th March 2004

The Dankworth musical dynasty continues.

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Digby Fairweather’s Half-Dozen

Saturday 17th April 2004

In our final concert of this sixth series, cornetist Digby Fairweather makes his long-awaited Pinner debut.

I wish to thank the many people who have made 20 years of Pinner Jazz possible - the organising committee and helpers, people who have provided interval refreshments, sound system operators, people who have prepared publicity posters and put advertising boards round about, people who have run the website and arranged publicity, the huge number of musicians who have played here over the years, and above all the audiences who have supported us so loyally.

With good wishes

Stuart Nattrass - chairman of Pinner Jazz organising committee

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