Music

April

 

 

Leicester Jazz House: Trish Clowes' My Iris - CANCELLED

Female saxophonist, Trish Clowes holds a saxophone whilst crouching with a sky blue background.

Thursday 30 April
8pm – 10.30pm
£12 / £5 concessions

Line-up: Trish Clowes - saxophone, Chris Montague - guitar, Ross Stanley - piano, James Maddren - drums

“My Iris is an intense and thrilling band that represents the front rank of the contemporary UK jazz scene. Lauded for her imaginative approach to improvisation and composition, saxophonist Trish Clowes provides her bandmates with a unique platform for individual expression, delivering driving grooves and lingering melodic lines, seamlessly morphing between earthy restlessness and futuristic dreamscapes".

- Ian Patterson, All About Jazz

 

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May

 

 

Leicester Jazz House: John Law Recreations - CANCELLED

Four men stand with instruments

Saturday 23 May
8pm - 10.30pm
£12 / £5 concessions

Everyone welcome!

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Forgotten Futures

Foregotten Futures

Saturday 30 May
2pm - Late
£12 / £5 concessions
A new all day event from The Robot Needs Home Collective, taking over all of Attenborough Arts Centre - hall, galleries, and studios - and filling then with music and art, often simultaneously.

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June

 

 

Leicester Jazz House: Gwilym Simcock and Mike Walker - CANCELLED

Two men standing side by side

Friday 19 June
8pm - 10.30pm
£12 / £5 concessions

Everyone welcome!

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July

 

 

Indian Music Appreciation Session - Sarangi

Sitar Music Society

Sarangi instrument

Friday 3 July
6.15pm – 7.15pm
£8 / £6 concessions

Discover the depth and beauty of Indian classical music with expert artist, Harsh Narayan, through this interactive session all about the ‘Sarangi’, an iconic, rare and beautiful string instrument. Learn to listen and appreciate the music from a new perspective by understanding its fascinating foundations and key features.

 

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Strings of South Asia

Sitar Music Society

Man holding Sarangi instrument looking in the distance

Friday 3 July
7.30pm – 9pm
£10 / £8 NUS

Discover the depth and beauty of Indian classical music with expert artist, Harsh Narayan, through this interactive session all about the ‘Sarangi’, an iconic, rare and beautiful string instrument. Learn to listen and appreciate the music from a new perspective by understanding its fascinating foundations and key features.

 

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Soundbites

 

 

*Please note: due to the continued threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we unfortunately have to announce we will be running a restricted programme over the next 4 weeks. We have a duty of care to our more vulnerable customers and as such, we will not be running our Soundbites programme.

If there are other cancellations, we shall of course keep you up to date through our communications channels and course leaders.

Thank you for being so understanding during this time.

For more information about COVID-19 and the governments actions to counter it, please click here*

 

A young man playing the violin

Every Tuesday lunchtime
12.45 - 1.45pm, FREE

Grab lunch at the Attenborough Arts Café and experience a variety of delightful live music from local talented musicians and performers to entertain you during your lunch break in our Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Hall.

See full line-up here.

No need to book, just turn up and enjoy!

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