It's our 1st Birthday!
The Nigel Price Organ Trio are playing at our 1st Birthday Show on Tuesday 13th June - come join us!
Epsom Jazz Club:
No membership necessary, open to all
Attend every month or just the once, you'll receive the same warm welcome regardless
Every seat is at a table, strict 70-person capacity limit, no-one gets a bad view
No booking fee charged, no tiered pricing, the whole audience pays the same
Not a raffle in sight
Everyone welcome - come join us!
We excitedly present to you our next Season of Live Jazz concerts ...
Summer 2023 kicked off in May with Pianist & Composer Neil Angilley bringing to Epsom the tantalisingly infectious rhythms from Brazil and Cuba.
COMING UP ... for our 1st Birthday Show in June we had to offer the stage to Epsom's very own Nigel Price and his epic Organ Trio!
And for our Season finale in July we've invited Ronnie Scott's resident trumpeter - and purveyor of witty asides - the mighty Andy Davies to lead a trio.
If you've been before you know we don't overcrowd the venue, so be sure to buy your tickets in good time - we have to limit the numbers, so when they're gone, they're gone!
Come join us for another fabulous Season of Live Jazz! We can't wait.
Thrillingly we commenced 2023 with a run of 4 Sold Out concerts!
Thank you to everyone who came out in January and February to support Live Jazz, enthusiastically providing our fabulous musicians with a full house.
And then there was that cheeky impromptu Saturday evening event on 11th March featuring the Frode Kjekstad / Nigel Price Quartet - amazing!
Completing our Spring season with yet another capacity audience were the highly anticipated Emma Rawicz Trio - Epsom, you did us proud!
You can buy tickets in advance now via the Tickets page of our website - or at the door on the night if still available.
It's worth noting that Epsom Jazz Club has been launched as a not-for-profit community project, with the sole ambition of bringing Nationally and Internationally renowned Jazz Musicians to venues in the Borough of Epsom and Ewell, Surrey.
Other than our nominal promotional and venue/equipment hire expenses, all the ticket revenues go directly to the professional musicians.
It is never intended that Epsom Jazz Club be a private entity or profit-making. In fact, we are a subsidary of Epsom Music (Registered Charity No. 1197449).
Should ticket revenues exceed event expenses, we seek to either make improvements to our concert evenings or donate the excess to Epsom Music.
Be the first to know about future gigs - send us your email via the contact page for our newsletter.
Bringing live music to venues in Epsom and Ewell
Epsom Jazz Club supports the effort to raise funds for Jazz Clubs up and down the country - see the Grassroots Jazz website for more information.