Jazz in the Hall: A Sketch of Chet

Jazz in the Hall: A Sketch of Chet

Our April online jazz concert is a tribute to the musical legacy of Chet Baker, presented by Simon Paterson. 

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Our April online jazz concert is a tribute to the musical legacy of Chet Baker, presented by Simon Paterson. 

Born in 1929, Chet Baker burst onto the scene when he successfully auditioned for Charlie Parker, much to the chagrin of Dizzy and Miles. Before long, he’d found his trademark sound of lyrical, thoughtful trumpet playing and of course that distinctive, close-mic’d, sultry singing, exemplified on the veritable classic Chet Baker Sings LP. Simon Paterson (vocals, bass) and Paul Deats (piano) provide their take on the canon of repertoire that Chet made his own, including well-loved songs by George Gershwin, Hoagy Carmichael, Jimmy Van Heusen, Rogers and Hart, Jerome Kern and many more. For this special concert recorded live at the University of Nottingham for Stamford Arts Centre, Simon & Paul are joined by drummer Andrew Wood. 


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  • Fri 9 April -23 April 8:00 PM

When: Friday 9 April 8pm

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What: Pre-recorded jazz music concert

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