Gig Diary

31.12.2018

Durham

  • The Rabbit Hole
  • Diners only
  • 7:30pm

NYE Jazz duo with pianist Graham Brown

www.therabbitholedurham.co.uk/

04.01.2019

Durham

  • Gala Theatre
  • £5
  • 1pm

Aurora Feat Noel Dennis trumpet/flugel. Inspired by the compositions of Noel’s trumpet and flugelhorn hero, Tom Harrell. This melodic, sharply conceived music has been augmented with lyrical interpretations written by Zoë. Illustrating further Harrell’s intricate ideas and serene delivery. Tom Harrell is widely recognized as one of the most creative and dynamic jazz instrumentalists and composers of our time with a career spanning nearly 50 years. The innovative unparalleled harmonic and rhythmic sophistication within Tom Harrell’s writing will be performed and lyrically heightened by this stellar line up. Double Bass Andy Champion, Guitar Mark Williams and Drums Russ Morgan

www.galadurham.co.uk/whats-on/?category=Music

11.01.2019

Saltburn

  • Ivor Surtees Memorial Saltburn Jazz Club
  • TBA
  • 7:30pm

Zoe Gilby Quartet. Performing a special memorial night for club promoter Ivor Surtees

saltburnarts.co.uk/

19.01.2019

Ouseburn, Newcastle

  • Victoria Tunnel
  • £10
  • 7:30pm

The Ouseburn Trust ‘sounds of the underground’ music programme presents Zoe Gilby, Andy Champion voice and double bass duo in the atmospheric Victoria Tunnel for a completely unique musical experience! The performance will last one hour and guests should meet at the Tunnel Entrance on Ouse Street, behind the Hotel du Vin.

www.ouseburntrust.org.uk/Event/sounds-underground

27.01.2019

Wigan

  • Wigan Jazz Club
  • £12/£11
  • 12:30pm

Zoe Gilby Trio

www.wiganjazzclub.co.uk/whatson.htm

01.02.2019

Halifax

  • Square Chapel Arts Centre
  • £10
  • 8pm

Zoe Gilby Quartet perform as part of Independent Venue Week

www.squarechapel.co.uk

02.02.2019

Southport

  • Southport Jazz Festival
  • £18
  • 10:30pm

Pannonica. Performing lyrical interpretations of compositions penned by the legendary pianist, Thelonious Monk. Originally inspired by the 1988 Carmen McRae album “Carmen Sings Monk” UK jazz vocalist Zoe Gilby’s new project features some of the North East’s most talented instrumentalists and primarily draws on the work of one of her musical heroines, American singer Carmen McRae, who recorded memorable interpretations of Thelonious Monk’s music in the 1960’s (including some of his best known tunes such as ‘Blue Monk’, and ‘Pannonica’ (written in honour of the Jazz Baroness, the muse of bebop).

southportjazzfestival.com/product/zoe-gilby-quartet/

12.03.2019

London

  • Vortex
  • TBA
  • 8pm

Zoe Gilby and Andy Champion Voice and Double Bass Duo

www.vortexjazz.co.uk/

18.04.2019

Burnley, Lancashire

  • Burnley Mechanics
  • TBA
  • TBA

Zoe Gilby Trio at Burnley Mechanics Jazz and Gin Night

burnleymechanics.co.uk

01.05.2019

Peterlee

  • Jazz At The Lubetkin Theatre
  • £5
  • 1pm

Zoe Gilby Andy Champion Voice and Double Bass Duo

www.eastdurham.ac.uk/The_Lubetkin_Theatre

25.05.2019

Oswestry

  • Willow Gallery
  • £12
  • 7pm

Zoe Gilby and Andy Champion Voice and Double Bass Duo

willowgalleryoswestry.org/

29.06.2019

Orpington

  • "All That Jazz" at The Naturist Foundation
  • TBA
  • 4:30pm

Zoe Gilby Quartet

www.naturistfoundation.org/events/jazz-and-real-ale-festival-2018/

30.06.2019

Oxford

  • Oxford Festival Of The Arts
  • TBA
  • TBA

Family Jazz All Stars and Zoe Gilby Quartet

www.artsfestivaloxford.org/