Lichfield Arts is gearing up for a new jazz season.
The Neon Quartet will get things underway at the Lichfield Guildhall on January 13, before the Walsall Jazz Orchestra take to the stage on January 15.
Made up of Kit Downes on piano,Tom Giles drums and vibes player Jim Hart with the multi-talented Stan Sulzmann on saxophones, the Neon Quartet have made a name for themselves on the jazz scene.
The concert starts at 8.30pm and tickets are priced at £12/£11 concessions/£6 students.
The Walsall Jazz Orchestra will need little introduction to local fans. With their big brass sound and a rocking rhythm section, music fans can expect an evening of exciting big band music.
The concert starts at 8pm and tickets are priced at £10/£9 concessions/£5 students.
Other artists appearing in the Spring season are:
- The Philip Clouts Quartet – March 7.
- Martin Taylor – April 4.
- Sarah Gillespie Quartet – April 15.
Lichfield Arts Director Chris Newcombe said: “The jazz season reflects the high quality of British jazz musicians with something to please all tastes.”
To book tickets visit www.lichfieldarts.org.uk or ring the box office 01543 262223.