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12-21 November 2021

Watch EFG London Jazz Festival shows now

Though the 2020 Festival dates are over, tons of the shows are still online for you to enjoy at efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk Catch up on shows you loved or may have missed, and share with friends and family, including:

FRESH JAZZ HIGHLIGHTS

Exclusive shows from Judi Jackson, Kansas Smitty's, Sarathy Korwar, Rosie Turton, Emma-Jean Thackray, Tenderlonious presenting the music of 22a, and our opening concert Jazz Voice

EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCES FROM INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS

Some of our most popular streams with Vincent Peirani & Emile Parisien, Paul Barret & Jim Black, Harold López-Nussa, Baba ZuLa, Moğollar, Ilhan Ersahin's Istanbul Sessions, and Islandman from Istanbul, Ben LaMar Gay, Trondheim Jazz Orchestra & Hedvig Mollestad, Irreversible Entanglements, and showcases from Vilnius, Sweden, and Switzerland

Featuring Sons of Kemet, Sarathy Korwar, Matthew Halsall, Moses Boyd Exodus, Nubya Garcia, Ezra Collective and Kokoroko

WATCH JAZZ 625 ON BBC iPlayer

BROADCASTS

The Festival on major TV and radio programmes with Jazz 625: The British Jazz Explosion, BBC Concert Orchestra with Abel Selaocoe, BBC Young Jazz Musician 2020 Final, Jazz FM Festival special with Jez Nelson, and J to Z Late

SPECIAL PROJECTSA platform for connection with ARTicle 10 - Conversations In The Era Of Black Lives Matter, Orphy Robinson's Virtual Jazz Club Band, Songs From Life, Juliet Kelly's Jazz Kids, Masterclasses, and our exhibition of the Esquire Cover Club


BEYOND JAZZ WITH BETWEEN THE LINES

Mesmerising new collaborations of genre-pushing music

ERASED TAPES SPECIAL featuring Anne Müller, Daniel Thorne, and Hatis Noit

Leafcutter John and Helen Papaioannou in a new collaboration of electronics and saxophone

Skylla vocal group featuring Ruth Goller (Melt Yourself Down/Vula Viel), Lauren Kinsella, and Alice Grant

Loraine James, GLOR1A, DEMIG0SH of forward-thinking Black art and music collective The Spectacular Empire


TAKE FIVE PRESENTS

Showcasing the emerging talent of the UK jazz scene with Skeltr, Glasshopper, Archipelago, Robocobra Quartet, J Frisco, Noemi Nuti, Jelly Cleaver, Samuel Eagles, John Pope, and Jasdeep Singh Degun

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