Jazz At The Tree
A new monthly jazz series at The Talking Tree (Climate Emergency Centre)
Mood Indigo Events is delighted to be collaborating with Tony Woods, Nette Robinson and Martin Pyne starting a new live jazz night at the Talking Tree Climate Emergency Centre in Staines-Upon-Thames on the last Friday of the month.
This is a fabulous venue that is a Community Interest Company. This means that any profits can only be used for the benefit of the community. It was established by a group of people concerned about the climate emergency and the urgent need to take positive action to reduce CO2 emissions and establish a different relationship with the earth on which we all depend.
The Talking Tree
91 High Street
The Talking Tree is a short walk from Staines Bus Station (where all buses to Staines stop). Staines Train Station is a 10 minute walk away.
290 From Twickenham
216 From Kingston
117 From Isleworth
203 From Hounslow
Two Rivers Carpark (free after 6pm)
Premier Inn Carpark (free after 6pm)
WORLD JAZZ COLLECTIVE - Friday 29 July 7.30pm £5
An end-of-term/year concert by the World Jazz Collective - Eight horn players backed by a pro rhythm section. All introduced and directed from the drums by Martin Pyne. Expect a mixture of styles drawing on a range of world music grooves - Afro beat, Latin, Funk, Swing and more.
List of our previous events at this venue
CONCERT FOR PEACE, HOPE & HEALING - 27th May, 7.30pm
Join Nette Robinson, Tony Woods and Terence Collie for an intimate evening of music spanning a kaleidoscope of emotions and themes, from love and loss, joy, and sadness, peace, pain and hope.
A percentage of ticket sales for this performance will be donated to the DEC Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal https://donation.dec.org.uk/ukraine-humanitarian-appeal.
In addition donations can be made in cash at the event.
Tickets (including donations to DEC Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal) £12
Martin Pyne Quartet - 25 March, 7.30pm
Philippe Guyard - saxophones
Russell Jarrett - guitar
Marianne Windham - bass
Martin Pyne - drums / percussion
MPQ formed in 2020 and will be releasing their second album , A New Pavan, in May, but thanks to the pandemic they have only just had the chance to start playing live.
For this gig you can expect an eclectic set of melodic original compositions including atmospheric ballads, African and Arabic grooves, hints of blues and Americana, as well as playful Monkish swing.