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Spektrix Ref 1: EH22


Sunday 20 March | 12:00pm 

Doors & coffee shop open from 11:00am | Concert 12:00pm, ends c.1:00pm, no interval

Tickets £18 / £15 (under 25)


Edison Herbert, Guitar | Neville Malcolm, Bass  | Winston Clifford, Drums  


One of the few cats that can make that thing sing

George Benson


Edison Herbert trio are London based jazz musicians who are building a reputation for their engaging grooves, sensitive ballads and foot tapping numbers that mixes the familiar with the new. They were brought together by virtuoso guitarist Edison Herbert to perform at a series of concerts in London, but their musical chemistry led to the development and creation of their first album, ‘My Favourite Tunes’. For this relaxed Sunday morning Coffee Concert, Edison revisits some of his favourite songs, past and present. 


‘Herbert favours a lyrical approach along the lines of Wes Montgomery and George Benson (two of his main influences).

Herbert swings, but he does so in a melodic fashion’

Alex Henderson 





Covid-19 and concerts 

In line with the most up-to-date guidance Public Health for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, we:

  • clean all surfaces that people touch regularly and keep hand sanitizer around the site
  • ensure air flow remains good around the building (we have a highly efficient air extraction system in the concert hall)  
  • advise all ticket holders to take a lateral flow test before coming to an event at the Granary and insist that staff and visitors who are unwell do not attend the venue


  • Face coverings are now mandatory in larger venues. Although we are a small venue, we feel it is sensible to ask audiences to wear face coverings when moving around the site and in the concert hall, unless you are exempt.
  • Face coverings are not mandatory in areas which serve food or drink and therefore not applicable to the bar area. Our bar is very spacious and we have additional seating in the gallery walkway area.
  • Whilst we are advising adults to wear face coverings, we do not expect young children to do so.