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Jazz Scotland

Scotland has a strong jazz tradition and has produced many world-class musicians since the 1950s, notably Jimmy Deuchar, Bobby Wellins and Joe Temperley. Perhaps the best known contemporary Scottish jazz musician is Tommy Smith. The Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival brings some of the best jazz musicians in the world to Scotland every year, as do other international jazz festivals held in Glasgow, Dundee and elsewhere.

activity highlights

30th October 2014, Skye:

Don’t miss the opening night of the Skye Swing Jazz Festival - a beautiful evening of swinging, grooving music.

1st November 2014, Skye:

Last year 200 people danced the night away at Broadford Village Hall and this year Rooty Ma Toot with a 19-piece Big Band are ready to set toes tapping, and the dance floor jumping with all the greats from the ’40s and ’50s.

2nd November 2014, Skye:

Drummer Stu Brown premiered a brand-new set of music celebrating the work of the great cartoon composers of the 20th Century in Glasgow this Summer.

6th November 2014, Fife:

Don’t miss the fantastic Phiip Clouts Qurtet in concert.

16th November 2014, Glasgow:

Pianist Paul Harrison returns with his latest lineup of Mario Caribé (bass) and John Lowrie (drums).

29th November 2014, Hamilton:

Hamilton-born Todd Gordon, recognised as one of Britain’s top jazz and swing vocalists, makes a welcome return to The Town House with his Sinatra Songbook.

7th March 2015, Aberdeen:

Widely regarded as the emerging voice of mainstream Jazz in the UK, double MOBO award-winning saxophonist YolanDa Brown comes to The Lemon Tree for one night only.


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