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Moray Jazz Club meets on Thursday evening at Elgin City Football Club Social Club, Borough Briggs Road, Elgin.  Doors are open at 7.30p.m. and there is music between 8p.m. and 10.30p.m.  Performers include a number of excellent local musicians and guests from further afield who play a wide variety of jazz.  Visitors to the Jazz Club are very welcome.

Entry costs £4.00 for members or £6.00 for non-members.

Annual membership (April to March) costs £12.00.

Moray Jazz Club's email address is: mjc@morayjazzclub.co.uk.

Moray Jazz Club on Facebook

 
RECORDINGS

If you would like to listen to some recordings of performances at Moray Jazz Club click on the SoundCloud icon below:

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS
 
 

23 February
 
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An evening of modern jazz with:
 
Colin Henderson - alto and baritone saxes and flute
Roger Niven - guitar
Bill Jannetta - bass
Finlay Grant - drums
 
and special guest:
 
Sarah-Jane Scott - vocals
 
 
02 March
 
Andrea Turner Quartet:
 
Andrea Turner - vocals
Alan King - piano
Bill Jannetta - bass
Nigel McKenzie - drums
 
 
 
09 March
 
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An evening of jazz standards and songs from the Great American Songbook with:
 
The Sandy Barclay Band
 
Sandy Barclay - trombone and (mercifully few) vocals
Ray Meiklejohn - saxes and clarinet
Derek Matheson - guitar
Gerry Coogan - keyboard and vocals (proper ones)
Royce Emerson - bass
Doug Nairn - drums
 
 
 
16 March
 
An evening of modern jazz with:
 
Brian Keddie - trombone
Maarten Verbraeken - trumpet and flugelhorn
Alan King - piano
Colin Smith - bass
Nigel McKenzie - drums
 
 
23 March
 
An evening of modern jazz with:
 
Brian Keddie - trombone
Maarten Verbraeken - trumpet and flugelhorn
Colin Black - guitar
Colin Smith - bass
Finlay Grant - drums
 
 
30 March
 
An evening of modern jazz with:
 
Colin Black - guitar
Mathew Kilner - sax
Bryan Chalmers - bass guitar
Richard Glassby - drums
 
 
06 April
 
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Mary May Quintet:
 
Mary May - vocals
Colin Black - guitar
Alan King - piano
Ray Leonard - bass
Finlay Grant - drums
 
 
 
13 April
 
The Pappas Quartet
 
The Pappas Quartet are an exciting new contemporary instrumental jazz quartet based in Perthshire.  With members hailing from Greece, Italy and right here in bonny Scotland, The Pappas Quartet bring their own international flair to the classic jazz standards that we all known and love with hints of Jazz Fusion, Bossa Nova and Jazz Funk.  The Pappas Quartet features piano, guitar, percussion and bass.
  
Vasilis Pappas - piano
Sean Bisset - guitars
Edward Hetherington - bass
Jordan Thomson - drums
 
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The Pappas Quartet on Facebook
 
 
20 April
 
An evening of trad, blues, jump and the American songbood with:
 
The Royce Emerson Band
 
Royce Emerson - bass
Sandy Barclay - trombone
Maarten Verbraeken - trumpet
Ray Meiklejohn - reeds
Derek Matheson - guitar and banjo
Gerry Coogan - piano
Doug Nairn - drums
 
 
 
27 April
 
Peter Fenton and JazzMain:
 
Peter Fenton - guitar and vocals
Nick Gould - tenor sax
Steve Grossart - piano
Iain Harkness - bass guitar
Kevin Dorrian - drums
 
JazzMain's website
JazzMain on YouTube
 
 
04 May
  
An evening of ragtime, blues, Dixieland, swing and more with:
 
Black Isle Jazz
 
Pat Strachan - trombone and vocals
Mike Mackenzie - saxes and clarinet
Maarten Verbraeken - trumpet
Roger Niven - guitar
David Swan - bass guitar
Andy Davidson - drums
 
 
 
11 May
 
To be confirmed
 
 
18 May
 
To be confirmed
 
 
25 May
 
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Coco 'n' the Fellas:
 
Ami Oprenova - vocals
Joe Perkins - acoustic guitar
Daniele Ciuffreda - electric guitar
Havard Tanner - bass
 
Coco 'n' the Fellas, from London, are comprised of GSMD and City postrgrads' working on creating a fresh and new sound to the contemporary jazz scene.  Their music evokes both swing and contemporary jazz simultaneously.  Breathtaking arrangements, varied repertoire and hightly regarded musicianship ensure that Coco will transport you to a sonic landscape of gypsy jazz, bebop, fusion and more.
 
Coco 'n' the Fellas: website, SoundCloud and Facebook


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