Sonny Rollins at 80

In an unprecedented move the original saxophone colossus returns to the London Jazz Festival this year to celebrate his 80th birthday

20 November 2010 / 19:30
Hall


Tickets:
£10 - 75

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This concert has sold out, but there are still tickets available for jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd playing tracks from his recent stand-out release Mirror (ECM records) on Wed 17 Nov. Click here to book now.

Tickets are also still available for the Jazz Festival opening night celebration on Fri 12 Nov: Jazz Voice Hosted by Dougray Scott, featuring Charlie Wood, China Moses, Georgie Fame, Gretchen Parlato, Jacqui Dankworth, Nikki Yanofsky, Noel McKoy & very special surprise guests to appear on the night.

The final few seats are available for Brad Mehldau's Highway Rider on Sat and Terence Blanchard Quintet + Robert Glasper Trio (Sun 14 Nov).

Full programme details here


The original saxophone colossus returns to the London Jazz Festival this year to celebrate his 80th
birthday. The last of the great bebop saxophonists, Sonny is still on incredible form as he proved at last yearís triumphant sold-out Festival show, when he played with the energy of a man half his age.

Here with a new band playing material selected from his astonishing six decades in jazz, this will undoubtedly be another night of Rollinsí soaring saxophone magic.

FreeStage - from 3pm: Edition Records: Neon + Martin Speake Quartet + Dave Stapleton Quintet

Neon
3pm

Martin Speake
4.30pm

Dave Stapleton Quintet
6pm

Sonny Rollins - Tenor Madness


Sonny Rollins - St. Thomas


Sonny Rollins - Kim
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This event is part of:
Autumn Contemporary Events 10


Part of the London Jazz Festival in association with BBC Radio 3

Part of the EFG International Excellence Series

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