The Flute and Tankard

There are a limited number of jazz events coming up in the near future, all the other stuff is taking a little while to sort out but we'll keep you posted when we've got details!

These are a selection of gigs but up to date info can be found here

SEPTEMBER 22nd Timmy Boomer Trio / Open Jazz Jam - Free Entry 

That’s right, it’s that time of year again. This Wednesday the Flute and Tankard welcomes back students from Royal Welsh and beyond with the first jam of the academic year. Kicking off at 8:30pm with a short set from the Timmy Boomer Trio before opening the floor to the main event. So tell your friends, let your nan know, because this is not one to be missed!!

UPCOMING JAZZ £10 / £6 students All monies go to the artists

SEPTEMBER 28th Alex Veitch Trio - Alex Veitch : Keys, Ashley John Long : Bass, Alex Goodyear : Drums, Performing compositions and arrangements inspired by the music of Tord Gustavsen and Lars Danielsson

OCTOBER 6th Thom Dalby  Thom on trumpet, Greg Sterland on sax, Guy Shotton on keys, Bill Frampton on bass and Stevie Fry on drums. Playing a mixture of originals and arrangements

OCTOBER 12th Clem Saynor 4tet - Siobhan Waters : Vocals, Bryn Davies : Tenor Saxophone, Clem Saynor : Double Bass, Zach Breskal : Snare Drum “On a rare night as a band leader, Clem and his band will create atmospheric spaces influenced through the music of jazz ballads, folk music and early electronica. Come along to watch us, or close your eyes, either should be good.”

OCTOBER 13th Joe Northwood’s Banshee Improvisations Joe sax, Aeddan Williams, bass and Alex Burch, drums kick the proceedings off to be followed by the usual jam. Nothing rehearsed or ever heard before

OCTOBER 19th  Bruno Heinen Trio with Heidi Vogel - Bruno, piano and featuring Italian bassist Andrea Di Biase (Kenny Wheeler) and US drummer Gene Calderazzo (Pharoah Sanders). They are described as "a must for piano trio fans" by Marlbank, who also picked the trio's last record 'Out of Doors' for their 2020 best albums list. International sensation Heidi Vogel (Cinematic Orchestra) has now become part of the group, and sings wordless vocals in the project. They play Bruno's original music, described by the Guardian as 'eclectic, eccentric and unobtrusively erudite'

OCTOBER 20th Marvin Muoneké Quartet  - Marvin Muoneké: Vocals/ trumpet, Anders Olinder : Piano, Charlie Herber: Double bass, Ryan Thrupp- Drums