Roll on November! New shows on sale for this year's Festival are below, and you can view the full line up so far by clicking here


Blow the Fuse: Past Present and Future with Alison Rayner Quintet, The Guest Stars and JFrisco Friday 15 November | Kings Place
We celebrate 30 years of Blow the Fuse, pioneers of celebrating women in jazz, with a captivating triple-bill.


Nik Bärtsch & Sophie Clements - When the Clouds Clear: A Light and Sound Poem Friday 15 November | Barbican
Pianist, composer and ECM artist Nik Bärtsch joins with visual artist Sophie Clements; fusing solo piano with film and installation design


Terri Lyne Carrington Artist in Residence
Saturday 16 November | Kings Place, 7pm & 9pm
The legendary drummer presents two special shows by her outfit Social Science - jazz for the eclectic listener


Angel Bat Dawid

Saturday 16 November | Kings Place
Composer, clarinettist, singer and spiritual jazz visionary Angel Bat Dawid is already a phenomenon in Chicago's new music with her daring sound, spirit and magnetism


Christian Scott + Madison McFerrin

Saturday 16 November | EartH
Trumpeter and composer Christian Scott interweaves and reworks a diaspora of musical heritages.

‘Imagine a New Orleans multi-cultural street parade 50 or 60 years from now – pulsating rhythms, chants, and soaring horns that shift seamlessly from acoustic to electronic modes. There’s just so much to feast the ears on’
(Glide Magazine)

Opening set by Brooklyn-based Madison McFerrin with her genre-defying solo vocals.


Omar Hakim, Rachel Z, Linley Marthe, Kurt Rosenwinkel

Saturday 16 November | Queen Elizabeth Hall
Drummer Omar Hakim - who's played with everyone from Miles Davis and David Bowie to Madonna and Daft Punk - and keyboardist Rachel Z present their new quartet, Ozmosys


Barry Guy
: The Blue Shroud
Saturday 16 November | Purcell Room
UK premiere of a major composition for a 14 piece ensemble, based on Picasso’s masterpiece Guernica, performed by a plethora of pan-European musicians


Herbie Hancock

Sunday 17 November | Barbican
A true icon of modern music and a pivotal figure in the journey of jazz from acoustic to electric, probing the grooves of dance music, hip hop, and redefining the language of jazz in the mainstream


Julia Hülsmann Quartet

Sunday 17 November | Purcell Room
The German pianist marks the 50th anniversary of ECM records, and the release of her seventh ECM album


Corinne Bailey Rae
Monday 18 November | Queen Elizabeth Hall
Her first ever EFG London Jazz Festival appearance. Corinne received a Grammy Award for her work with Herbie Hancock, and continues to make waves collaborating with musicians across genres


Alice Zawadzki & RNCM
Tuesday 19 November | Kings Place
Spectacular orchestral arrangements of the violinist and vocalist's latest album as she performs with Rob Luft, Fred Thomas, Misha Mullov-Abbado and an ensemble from Royal Northern College of Music


Lars Danielsson Group

Tuesday 19 November | Wigmore Hall
The Swedish bassist, cellist, composer and arranger teams up with Grégory Privat, John Parricelli and Magnus Öström for the London premiere of Liberetto iii


Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox

Wednesday 20 November | Royal Festival Hall
With their re-workings of modern music into different vintage genres, such as early 20th century swing and jazz, they keep on amazing their audiences… and this time they are set to say something different


The Art Ensemble of Chicago - 50th Anniversary 
Saturday 23 November | Barbican
The 18-strong ensemble's live performances of original compositions are sensual spectacles with elaborate costumes, face paint, props, theatre, poetry, dance and more. They recently released a masterpiece on Pi Recordings, We are on the Edge, after a studio recording hiatus of 15 years


Rowland Sutherland
: The Pentangle's Basket of Light
Sunday 24 November | Purcell Room

Flautist and jazz/classical arranger Rowland Sutherland presents his jazz interpretation of Pentangle’s 1969 iconic Basket of Light, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of its release