Ronnie Scotts to live-stream London Jazz Festival for free
Staff Reporter | On 11, Nov 2016
Ronnie Scotts will be live-streaming the London Jazz Festival this year.
Now in its 24th year, the EFG London Jazz Festival runs from Friday 11th and Sunday 20th November 2016, bringing talent from around the world to venues across the capital. Brad Mehldau and Joshua Redman are performing in the UK together for the first time at the Barbican, the Jan Garbarek Group featuring Trilok Gurtu is at the Royal Festival Hall and Lizz Wright is singing at the Cadogan Hall.
Ronnie Scotts, meanwhile, has its own impressive line-up, kicking off with Kurt Elling on Friday 11th November. With almost all of its festival acts sold out, the legendary jazz club will be opening its doors to the web, allowing jazz fans to watch each concert for free online.
Kurt Elling will begin the streaming line-up on Friday, with acts continuing throughout the coming week, from guitarist Dean Brown and singer Bettye LaVette to saxophonist Marcus Strickland..
You can stream each act live on the Ronnie Scotts website and on their Facebook page. The full live-streaming schedule is below. For more information, head to www.ronniescotts.co.uk, or for more on the festival, head to the official site here.
Live from Ronnie Scotts: The Jazz Fest Streaming Schedule:
Kurt Elling – Friday 11th November (8pm)
Kurt Elling – Vocals
Stu Mindeman – Piano/Organ
Ulysses Owens Jr. – Drums
Clark Sommers – Bass
John Mclean – Guitar
Dean Brown – Sunday 13th November (8pm)
Dean Brown – guitar
Marvin “Smitty” Smith – Drums
Linley Marthe – Bass
Bernard Maseli – el. vibraphone
Mateusz Pliniewicz – Violin
Bettye LaVette – Tuesday 15th November (8pm)
Bettye LaVette – Vocals
Brett Lucas – Guitar
Darryl Pierce – Drums
Alan Hill – Keys
James Simonson – Bass
Marcus Strickland – Thursday 17th November (8pm)
Marcus Strickland – Saxophones
Mitch Henry – Keys
Kyle Miles – Electric bass
Charles Haynes – Drums
Charlie Hunter – Saturday 19th November (8pm)
Charlie Hunter – Guitar
Bobby Previte – Drums
Yelfris Valdes – Trumpet
Kieran McLeod – Trombone
Oz Noy – Sunday 20th November (8pm)
Oz Noy – Guitar
Jimmy Haslip – Bass
Keith Carlock – Drums