Riverside Arts Jazz

John Etheridge, May 2017

Riverside Arts Centre 

59 Thames Street

Sunbury on Thames

TW16 5QF


Car: Free evening on-street parking or free parking after 7pm at 2 car parks on Thames Street:

  1. Next to Indian Zest restaurant, 21 Thames St.

  2. Next to the Walled Gardens opposite the Magpie pub, 64 Thames St. 

Bus: 235 (Brentford-Hounslow-Sunbury) 216 (Staines-Hampton-Kingston)

Train: Sunbury or Kempton Park

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John Etheridge at TW12 Jazz Festival 2014

May 14 2017 John Etheridge 

John Etheridge - guitars
Terence Collie - piano
Dave Jones - bass
Rha Stranges - drums
Ruth Hammond

April 9 Tribute To Stan Getz Featuring Ruth Hammond

Ruth Hammond - tenor saxophone

Terence Collie - piano

Richard Sadler - bass

Mitch Perrins - drums

Sara Dowling

March 12 Sara Dowling sings Nancy Wilson

Highly rated rising star Sara Dowling brings a tribute to one of her favourite vocalists and all time great jazz performers Nancy Wilson. 

Sara Dowling - voice

Tony Woods - saxophone 

Terence Collie - piano

Dave Jones - bass

Matt Skeaping - drums

Horace Silver

February 12 2017 - The music of Horace Silver

Horace Silver was one of the most influential jazz musicians of his lifetime both as a pianist and composer particularly in the 'Hard Bop' style that he helped pioneer in the 1950s. Silver's legacy as a composer may be greater than as a pianist, because his works, many of which are jazz standards, continue to be performed and recorded worldwide. We have a fabulous quintet this month welcoming back Graeme Flowers who played last year at our Miles Davis Through The Years concert and for the first time saxophonist Vasilis Xenopoulos and drummer Chris Draper.

Graeme Flowers - trumpet
Vasilis Xenopoulos - sax
Terence Collie - piano 
Paul Michael - bass
Chris Draper - drums
Michael Brecker

January 8 2017 - Tribute to Michael Brecker

Ten years ago following a two-and-a-half year illness, Michael Brecker passed away at the age of 57 in January 2007. As a result of his stylistic and harmonic innovations, Brecker is the most influential saxophonist of the last 30 years and is among the most studied contemporary instrumentalists in music schools throughout the world today. He is also a 13-time Grammy winner.

We pay tribute to him by playing selected tracks from his solo albums. This concert will feature self-confessed Brecker lover and brilliant tenor player Sean Freeman (Level 42).

Sean Freeman - sax

Terence Collie - piano 

Paul Michael - bass

Rha Stranges - drums