Thursday, 19 June 2014

We have now offer the facility to enable you buy tickets online for all our concerts from   through TicketSource.  See the link on our homepage or alternatively you can also click on  the link on our Facebook page.

We are delighted to present Claire Martin and Joe Stilgoe in this special evening at Watermill Jazz. The concert will also feature festival curator Georgia Mancio and pianist Robin Aspland. Tickets are now available for this concert, with further information shown, by going to the TicketSource link on our homepage. This concert will be our contribution to this year's Mole Valley Arts Alive.

Watermill Jazz Facebook Page
Kathryn Shackleton has set up a facebook page for Watermill Jazz and she would be really grateful if those of you who have a facebook account would 'like' the club please. To do this, just click here http://www.facebook.com/WatermillJazz

Watermill Jazz's own photographer Jon Frost is providing photos to go on the page each week, so do go and relive some of the great gigs by taking a look.

Performing Rights Society (PRS) Promoters Award 2013/2014

For the previous four years we received a PRS Promoters Awards, which helped us book artists that might not have appeared at the club. Due to the valiant efforts of Kathryn Shackleton, having applied to the PRS earlier this year, we have again been successful in receiving an award for the current season. The award scheme is administered by Jazz Services.

Menuhin Hall

We have since 2006 been privileged to present each year a concert at this superb 300 seater acoustic venue, based on the site of the Yehudi Menuhin School in Stoke d'Abernon. Our connection with the Menuhin was instigated by the late John Usher, who for many years was at the forefront of the local arts scene in the Mole Valley area.

Previous concerts have featured firstly Stan Tracey performing his own composition Under Milk Wood,  then John Taylor & Gwilym Simcock, Acoustic Triangle, Cleo Laine, Acker Bilk, John Williams & John Etheridge, Claire Martin & Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, with the most recent concert in October 2013 being a performance by  the 16 piece All-Star Goodmen Orchestra led by Pete Long, also featuring  vocalist Joan Viskant, with their recreation of the music from Benny Goodman’s famous 1938 Carnegie Hall concert. We are still planning this year's concert  and will announce full details as soon as possible.

Mailing List

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