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Hull Jazz Festival is back, packed with the talent that’s currently making the UK Jazz scene the envy of the world.

Multi-award winning vocalist Cleveland Watkiss MBE opens the festival, and the closing show features MOBO award-winning saxophonist Denys Baptiste and his acclaimed re-imagining of John Coltrane’s late music.

There’s a focus on new talent too, starting with young British Nigerian saxophonist Camilla George with rising star pianist Sarah Tandy and electronica artists the Broken Orchestra, the Dyr Sister and Revenu plus vocalist Vimala Rowe. David McAlmont unveils a 60th birthday tribute to Prince and the Dime Notes celebrate the tradition of New Orleans.

Cleveland Watkiss: VocalSuite and Hull Freedom Chorus

19 Jul, 7:30pm (£6-£12.50)
Hull Truck Theatre

Vimala Rowe and John Etheridge

20 Jul, 7pm (£6-£16)
Hull Truck Theatre

Wall to Wall Prince

20 Jul, 8:30pm (£23)
Hull Truck Theatre

The Dime Notes

21 Jul, 3pm (£6-£15)
Hull Truck Theatre

Camilla George Quartet

21 Jul, 6pm (£6-£12.50)
Hull Truck Theatre

New Sounds of Hull – The Broken Orchestra, The Dyr Sister & Revenu

21 Jul, 7pm (£5-£7)

Denys Baptiste Quartet: The Late Trane

21 Jul, 9pm (£6-£16)
Hull Truck Theatre

Event Type

  • Family Friendly


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