The Hallé – Giants of Jazz

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The Hallé – Giants of Jazz at The Bridgewater Hall, City Centre 22 April 2017 Tickets from £13.50 — Book now

Pianist James Pearson, Artistic Director of the world famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London, joins the Hallé and conductor Roderick Dunk for a toe-tapping tribute to ‘100 years of jazz piano

Rhapsody in Blue – George Gershwin
Maple Leaf Rag – Scott Joplin
Marigold – 
Billy Mayerl
King Porter Stomp – Jelly Roll Morton
Caravan – 
Duke Ellington
’Round Midnight – 
Thelonius Monk
Lullaby of Birdland – 
George Shearing
Take Five – Dave Brubeck
March Past – Oscar Peterson
Spain – 
Chick Corea

Roderick Dunk

Featuring the James Pearson Trio from Ronnie Scott’s


The Hallé – Giants of Jazz at The Bridgewater Hall, City Centre 22 April 2017 Tickets from £13.50 Book now

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