Welcome to Northern Jazz Promoters – the best place for promoting yourself in the north

Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many clubs have cancelled their gigs. Please check with individual club websites, regardless of the listings currently posted on NJP. Also check to discover online events.

Keep your jazz ear to the ground and check our News and Blog for all the latest.

Our latest Network Meeting Minutes are here for Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Helping our Bands and Musicians

Click here for Jazz Events In The North Today

Arts Council promoter funding – with the recent announcement of Government Funding for the Arts due to Covid19 there are several jazz funding streams promoters could apply for – see this handy guide from JazzNorth.

Invite to Northern Jazz Bands and Musicians

Follow this link: Helping Our Bands And Musicians

Fans of jazz are asked to help our bands and musicians, by buying their CDs and/or single tracks.


If jazz clubs want their gigs or news on the blog, send 350 words and a picture to the editor, Steve Crocker


Lockdown music - northernjazzpromoters.orgA Northern Jazz Live summary of what’s happening and what is not! (click the link below)
What’s on and what’s off in the lockdown (and beyond)


Northern Jazz Promoters – the new name for NorVol Jazz
We are now using our new name of Northern Jazz Promoters (NJP) Read more here

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Jazz Awards

“I was really pleased to present the award of jazz vocalist of the year to a real favourite in our area, Newcastle’s Zoe Gilby, who is not only a fantastic singer but also does so much to support jazz promoters in the region.” – Steve Crocker (2019 Parliamentary Jazz Awards)

More information on the 2019 awards here


Click here for Jazz Events In The North Today


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Education Partnership for jazz promoters
Network members are asked if you would be interested in taking part in the new Education Partnership for jazz promoters and their Music Education Hubs. If so please let Gill Wilde know on


Our Latest News and Developments
The network has approved new objectives to allow membership by all promoters of jazz whether voluntary, pop up, musician led, commercial or public funded. They also approved the new “gold” logo (seen on this front page). The current set of minutes from our Manchester Jazz Festival Meeting on Sat 25 May are attached. Northern Jazz Promoters. The next meet-up (and our AGM) will be at Scarborough Jazz Festival @Scarborough Spa Sat 21 Sept 10 for 10.30am. All welcome.

See our current management group, here.


Emerging Artist Programme

For any future details of the Leeds College of Music and NJP emerging artist programme, please contact Steve Crocker:


See our members here | See our Venues/A-Z of clubs in North | Check Jazz days here

All the latest Northern Jazz Promoters Minutes – click here – See the photo and NorVol banner here

Remember too, that Jazz Festivals run throughout the year! Check our Festivals page.

Changes to our website
We have updated and changed some aspects of the NJP website. Click here for details of the changes.

Current Events:

John Pope Quintet – The Globe, Newcastle

Date: 28 February 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Livestream from The Globe + possible few seats

John Pope Quintet – The Globe, Newcastle

Due to any Covid-19 announcements, please check event website before attending in person.

Livestream from The Globe + limited number of seats available at the venue (if permitted)
Tickets for livestream: £7.50, £15.00, £20.00
(You may like to pay more than the minimum if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching).

Tickets for venue: £7.50 (if this option is not available it will say ‘Out of stock’ when you click it)

Note: Full details and ticket links can be found via the ‘More info’ link.

The Riviera Quartet – The Globe, Newcastle

Date: 7 March 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Livestream from The Globe + possible few seats

The Riviera Quartet – The Globe, Newcastle

Due to any Covid-19 announcements, please check event website before attending in person.

Livestream from The Globe + limited number of seats available at the venue (if permitted)
Tickets for livestream: £7.50, £15.00, £20.00
(You may like to pay more than the minimum if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching).

Tickets for venue: £10.00 (if this option is not available it will say ‘Out of stock’ when you click it)

Note: Full details and ticket links can be found via the ‘More info’ link.

Bossa Trio – The Globe, Newcastle

Date: 14 March 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Livestream from The Globe + possible few seats

Bossa Trio – The Globe, Newcastle

Due to any Covid-19 announcements, please check event website before attending in person.

Livestream from The Globe + limited number of seats available at the venue (if permitted)
Tickets for livestream: £7.50, £15.00, £20.00
(You may like to pay more than the minimum if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching).

Tickets for venue: £10.00 (if this option is not available it will say ‘Out of stock’ when you click it)

Note: Full details and ticket links can be found via the ‘More info’ link.

Four In One – The Globe, Newcastle

Date: 21 March 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Livestream from The Globe + possible few seats

Four In One – The Globe, Newcastle

Due to any Covid-19 announcements, please check event website before attending in person.

Livestream from The Globe + limited number of seats available at the venue (if permitted)
Tickets for livestream: £7.50, £15.00, £20.00
(You may like to pay more than the minimum if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching).

Tickets for venue: £10.00 (if this option is not available it will say ‘Out of stock’ when you click it)

Note: Full details and ticket links can be found via the ‘More info’ link.

Bradford/Shoulder/Williams – The Globe, Newcastle

Date: 28 March 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Livestream from The Globe + possible few seats

Bradford/Shoulder/Williams – The Globe, Newcastle

Due to any Covid-19 announcements, please check event website before attending in person.

Livestream from The Globe + limited number of seats available at the venue (if permitted)
Tickets for livestream: £7.50, £15.00, £20.00
(You may like to pay more than the minimum if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching).

Tickets for venue: £10.00 (if this option is not available it will say ‘Out of stock’ when you click it)

Note: Full details and ticket links can be found via the ‘More info’ link.

Northern Jazz Promoter (NJP) Network Meeting

Date: 6 April 2021

Time: 13:00

Location: Online via Zoom

Northern Jazz Promoter (NJP) Network Meeting Tuesday 6 April 2021 Online via Zoom from 1 pm. Please request the Zoom information from Steve on the day, or the day before.

This meeting is open to any northern jazz promoter to attend.

Would you like to include a short presentation about what you’ve been up to during lockdown? If so just let Gill or I know – thanks. Steve

 

Nigel Price Quartet – JazzLeeds

Date: 8 April 2021

Time: 19:30

Location: Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3PD

Nigel Price Quartet – JazzLeeds

This event could be subject to local or national lockdown rules. Please check before attending.

Nigel Price Quartet: “Wes Reimagined” with Nigel Price guitar, Vasilis Xenopoulos tenor sax, Ross Stanley Hammond organ, Joel Barford drums

JazzReset21
A massive programme of live jazz music has been announced for 2021 in Leeds. Called JazzReset21 and running for three months, the programme will feature dozens of COVID-safe events, concerts and masterclasses by established and emerging artists, from Ian Shaw on 27 May to Byron Wallen on 17th June.

The programme is part of an attempt to bring live jazz back to Leeds, and sees live music promoters JazzLeeds in partnership with arts space, Seven Arts.

View or download our full list

“About Time” – JazzLeeds

Date: 15 April 2021

Time: 19:30

Location: Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3PD

“About Time” – JazzLeeds

This event could be subject to local or national lockdown rules. Please check before attending.

“About Time” Leeds trumpeter Malcolm Strachan’s new sextet featuring Nico Widdowson, piano, Courtny Tomas double bass, Erroll Rollins drums, Atholl Ransome, tenor saxophone, Danny Barley trombone, and Malcolm himself on trumpet

JazzReset21
A massive programme of live jazz music has been announced for 2021 in Leeds. Called JazzReset21 and running for three months, the programme will feature dozens of COVID-safe events, concerts and masterclasses by established and emerging artists, from Ian Shaw on 27 May to Byron Wallen on 17th June.

The programme is part of an attempt to bring live jazz back to Leeds, and sees live music promoters JazzLeeds in partnership with arts space, Seven Arts.

View or download our full list

Clark Tracey Sextet – Sheffield Jazz

Date: 16 April 2021

Time: 20:00

Location: Crookes Social Club, Mulehouse Road, Sheffield S10 1TD

Clark Tracey Sextet – Sheffield Jazz

Doors open at 19:15; music starts at 20:00; finish time 22:30.

Prices: Full £16 (£17 for Yazz Ahmed), Over 60s, disabled and unemployed £14 (£15 for Yazz Ahmed), Students with NUS card £9, 15–17 year olds £4, Under 15s FREE.
Advance tickets only available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/sheffield-jazz.

Clark Tracey: drums
Alex Clarke: sax
Alexandra Ridout: trumpet
Daniel Higham: trombone
Will Barry: piano
James Owston: bass

For more details about gigs visit www.sheffieldjazz.org.uk and click on the links. Although Sheffield Jazz’s concerts are held primarily for adults, we very much welcome attendance by young people but please note that Sheffield Jazz and its volunteers cannot be responsible for the welfare of any unaccompanied youngster under the age of 16.

Clark Tracey’s Sextet – JazzLeeds

Date: 22 April 2021

Time: 19:30

Location: Seven Arts, 31 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3PD

Clark Tracey’s Sextet – JazzLeeds

This event could be subject to local or national lockdown rules. Please check before attending.

Clark Tracey’s Sextet featuring: Alex Ridout – trumpet, Dan Higham – trombone, Alex Clarke – alto/flute, Will Barry – piano, James Owston – bass, Clark Tracey – drums

JazzReset21
A massive programme of live jazz music has been announced for 2021 in Leeds. Called JazzReset21 and running for three months, the programme will feature dozens of COVID-safe events, concerts and masterclasses by established and emerging artists, from Ian Shaw on 27 May to Byron Wallen on 17th June.

The programme is part of an attempt to bring live jazz back to Leeds, and sees live music promoters JazzLeeds in partnership with arts space, Seven Arts.

View or download our full list

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Some clubs use more than one venue. Please check our venues page for details.

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