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Sunday 8 September, 3:00pm


Concert 3:00pm, ends 4:15pm, no interval

Tickets £24 / £12 (under 25)

Pre-concert food will be available to purchase. Ticket holders will be sent an email a week before the date of the concert with details of the menu and information on ordering. 


Ivo Neame, piano | George Crowley, tenor sax | Tom Farmer, bass | James Maddren, drums


'Ivo Neame is one of the very best jazz pianists on the UK scene' - Bandcamp Daily

'That Neame is one of the most interesting jazz pianists of his generation may be clear. The years of almost constantly

being on the road with bands has given him a prominent role in the front line of British jazz' - Written in Jazz 


The Ivo Neame Quartet was formed in 2017 and features some of the finest UK-based jazz instrumentalists. The band has delighted audiences throughout the UK, Germany and the Netherlands, with their energetic improvised music. All four musicians have strong individual voices and the sound of the band is built on dynamic group interplay of Ivo Neame’s original compositions. 


Ivo Neame is an multi-award winning, internationally renowned pianist, composer and bandleader who has established himself as one of the most innovative and dynamic figures in the contemporary jazz scene. His ninth album under his own name 'Live at Turner Sims' was released on Whirlwind Recordings in September 2023 to great acclaim. In 2023 he was also made ‘artist-in-residence’ with the Cologne Contemporary Jazz Orchestra. Since his arrival in London in 2007, George Crowley has steadily established himself as an acclaimed key player within the city’s burgeoning creative jazz and improv scene. Tom Farmer is a member of the award-winning Empirical Quartet and a valued side-man, performing and recording many times with artists as varied as Anoushka Shankar and Manu Delago. James Maddren is one of the most sought-after drummers in Europe, performing regularly with artists such as Jacob Collier, Wynton Marsalis and Seamus Blake.


'Some of the most engaging jazz you’ll hear this year' - London Jazz Scene