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Up and coming events

Sunday the19th May will be the fourth in the series Jazz on the Faz and will feature Alyonca Mick bringing out the rich qualities of the Fazioli grand. She will be joined by the multi-instrumentalist Stuart Hall on this occasion focusing on the double bass. (though equally adept on violin and guitar). Their program will explore the early Duke Ellington repertoire. Check out www.alcyonamick.com . Also Alcyona and Stuart have many Youtube clips in various settings.               

On Sunday 26 May pianist Terrence Collie and will be joined by the great saxophonist Art Themen. Formerly an orthapaedic surgeon Art will be exporing the healing power of jazz. Tickets in person from Cafe Yukari or online by clicking here.

The day   after   Monday 27th May on the other side of town Bob' Jazz Mob will gather in the King Charles I pub (five minutes walk fro Kings Cross Station. Vocalists Lisa Feldman and Marisa Wessler will be breathing life into the songs of the evening .   Bassist Andy Hamill and I will provide accompaniment. Entrance to the session is free. You can also order in food from local Italian, Indian and Thai restaurants. The address is 55-57 Northdown St, N1 9BL

The King Charles I is a a community pub five minutes walk from the transport hub King’s Cross with a very special atmosphere and a joanna with real strings.

At Cafe Yukari you can just drink a tea or coffee or order from the Japanese orientated menu. No alcohol is served but you can bring your own or take your pick from the off-licence conveniently positioned opposite. You can book at the cafe, by emailing bobstuckey@gmail.com or online:-

  To book for Alcyona Mick click here  (or scan the QR).

And where is this Yukari’s place? Directly opposite the east side exit of Kew Gardens is a unique little Cafe seating around 25 people. The proprietress Yukari loves piano music and has installed a beautiful Fazioli grand piano, Italy's answer to Steinway. Concerts in various styles take place place there. No amplification is allowed but who needs it in such a small place?