Something for the weekend?

There is an astonishing range of appealing gigs on offer. Here are seven of them, which I picked out for this week’s newsletter. Don’t get mad if something’s not there. Just add it in the comments.

-Pianist Alan Broadbent, briefly over in the UK, is at the <100 capacity Bulls Head on Sat 14th. Last time he was here was with Charlie Haden’s Quartet West at the 1,950 capacity Barbican.

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– While Fiona Talkington and Nick Luscombe co-curate an Anglo-Norwegian evening on Saturday at Pizza Express: BJ Cole and Norwegian piano trio In the Country.

– Also Saturday 14th: Partikel are bringing the music of their highly regarded second album to Kings Place

– Sunday lunchtime 15th at the Hideway: Anthony Strong

– And at 4pm at the Vortex- the London Jazz Orchestra celebrates Pete Saberton

– I keep on hearing how good the last Pete Churchill/ Anita Wardell/Nia Lynn Sunday 5 30 Forge gig was. There’s one this Sunday 15th

– Sunday night jazz at the White Hart in E2 has the Frank Griffith nonet for their second gig of the day having played Ronnie Scott’s at lunchtime

Mike Chillingworth Quartet (Kit Downes, Sam Lasserson, Jeff Williams) plus Tom Taylor / Jack Davies duo are at the North London Tavern

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