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CAMDENJAZZ WEEK THE ANNUAL CamdenJazz Week will be held in March, from Monday 17thuntil Saturday 22nd. This year it's back in its old home, the Shaw Theatre, on Euston Rd, NWl. The festival is also very different in aP format this year. cz

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h e m of the 1986Jazz Week. Each involves d star musicians taking part in a range of zY .

concerts at the Shaw, with workshops




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Derek prepares to do battle with Han around the borough, making a unique week of performance and participation. ON THE ROAD FOR B & B


DEREKBAILEY& HanBenninkare

RADIO 3 is presenting a series ofJaw

Insummarytheconcert schedule is:

Monday 17 March 7.30pm

CwrtnevPineQuintWLoowTubes followi~~g:

their oombind onthe r o d inM d Concerts, under the title Magnum Opus.

and ammorning sariesof

Theywill be broadcast on Tuesdayevenings at lOpm, in place of theJazz Today slot,

Tuesday 18 March 7.30pm

Colchestor(15th). ShsfFidd (lgth), Hull which is taking a short break.

Hdknd/Jones/Mang.hdortf/Surman (17th). wrp* (l*), M a u o r ( 2 o t h ) a -h

Wednesday 19 March 7.30pm

Leeds(2lst).See LondonClub Datesfor

MdbaListon&Women's BigBand their capitalgigs.

Thursday 20 March 7.30pm

Warren Band, l I;

Dave Holland Quintet, March 18: Keith

Tippett Septet, March 25: h e Tubes,

Hdland/J~~/Mangddd/Sunnan COURSEYOU CAN!

Friday 21 March 7.30pm

NEXT MONTH marks the seventh weekend

April 1: Carla Bley Band.

Art Blakey/Jazz DanceSpecial

Saturday 22 March 2.30pm

Jazz ProjectSpecial Saturday 22 March 7.30pm

Art Blakey/Jazz DanceSmdaI

jazz practical courseat C U R LLAN HOUSE

run by Woolwich College. The course is aimed at competent or aspiring musicians who would welcome the opportunityof playing with jazz musicians from different p m s of the country. Beginners to jazz are more than welcome, as help and advice will be given in understanding and improving jazz improvisationaltechniques.

There will be a full educationaland social programme, including jam sessions and a concertgiven by course members. Full' board and accommodation is provided. Allinclusive cost -£35. Enrolment enquiriesto

George Bridges (01)858 2344.


DOUBLEDATES 25-29 MARCH sees a series of "double acts

All week there will be major participatory in double bills" in the foyer of London's

Riverside Studios. Steve LodderIPaul projects involving the visitors mentioned ~ i ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ i u ~ jenkins/~aipritchard, J~~

above. neywill be joined by carrwith KipinskyWojciech Konikiewicz, Sylvia

Hallet/Clive BeU, Mornington Lockettl the London Fusion Orchestra, and Echo City Jonathan Gee, Carol GrimesIMaciek &

in a vrc#tramme of workshoos and master classes. Funher information is available now on 01-278 44-44x2526.

On Saturday22 March at 2.30pm there'll be a special showcaseto reflect the rich variety of music being performed around the borough during the festival. Many surprises, many unusual mixes, at least a million kinds of jazz. &2.

PLUS! Throughout the festival, an exhibition of jazz photographs by our own Jak Kilby on display in the Shaw Theatre foyer.

Tarbara StrechIChrisTaylor. Admission free! Red Holloway

MOVE ON UP! AN EXCmNGrecordlabelinScotknd, formed in 1984by Alan Omikhoje(form& of Motown)calledMOVE, is releasing m interestingselection of jazz materidover the nextfew months. MOVEism l y a Black Music label, committedto reteasing the best progressivematerial available. Previousreleases includesoul, nggae, gospel, blues, R & BandAfrican.

Forthcomingjazz rehaseminclude materialfrom the Alan BotchinskyQuintet, JorgenEmborgQuartet Alpha C.ntHlri and Kvartten.

MOVEhavealso licensedsoueml U S based Imbels, from Jamaica, Europeand the USA, and arecurrently lookingfor new talent for releaseonthe label.

For a y informationd llon031225 8518.

REDFLAMESIN Californiantenorman Red Hollaway arrives for a season of dates from 5-25 March. For more details of Red'sindividualdates ring 01-876 5241.

TOWNSHIPJIVE BY POPULAR DEMAND FOLLOWINGTHE success of the Indestructible Beat of Soweto-Zulu Jive Vol. 2 (EMW5502),Earthworks release by popular demand ZuluJive Volume I - Umbaqanga. First released to c r i t i d acclaim in 1983, the record fell foulof distributor RoughTrade'sapplication of a cultural boycott of South Africa, and had to be deleted.

ZuluJive 1&2are bothdistributed by Making Waves.



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