EFG London Jazz Festival tickets

EFG London Jazz Festival Tickets

Cadogan Hall, London
Friday 15th Nov 2019 7:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
5+, Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult

Buy Tickets for EFG London Jazz Festival presents; Marcin Wasilewski Trio

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  • Doors: 7:00pm
  • Begins: 7:30pm

The inspiring aesthetics and distinctive tone of several cultural landscapes that form the concept of European jazz receive a vast contribution from the Polish scene.
A star hailing from that scene, pianist Marcin Wasilewski’s delicate yet dynamic playing and melodic sound makes him one of the most defining voices of contemporary jazz.
With 25th anniversary of the Marcin Wasilewski Trio, the 50th birthday of ECM Records, 50 years after Krzysztof Komeda’s death and a year since Tomasz Stanko has left us, this concert will offer a journey reflecting the emotions, the experience and the respect.

Support comes from Fred Thomas. A member of the FIRE Collective, he is known for his breadth of musical styles as well as for specialising in creative re-interpretations of J.S. Bach, with keyboard albums on Odradek, The Silent Howl and in 2019 on ECM.


In 2018 Thomas worked with Brian Eno on the latter’s forthcoming album. He has also appeared or collaborated with Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Jordi Savall, Jarvis Cocker, Ethan Iverson, Benoît Delbecq, Elina Duni, Tamara Stefanovich and Olivia Chaney, as well as record labels Harmonica Mundi and Realworld.


He works regularly as musical director with the National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe. He teaches at Trinity Laban, is published by Spartan Press and Edition Wilhelm Hansen, and has produced albums for many artists internationally. His most recent compositions were performed internationally and at the Royal Opera House.

Support comes from Fred Thomas. A member of the FIRE Collective, he is known for his breadth of musical styles as well as for specialising in creative re-interpretations of J.S. Bach, with keyboard albums on Odradek, The Silent Howl and in 2019 on ECM.


In 2018 Thomas worked with Brian Eno on the latter’s forthcoming album. He has also appeared or collaborated with Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Jordi Savall, Jarvis Cocker, Ethan Iverson, Benoît Delbecq, Elina Duni, Tamara Stefanovich and Olivia Chaney, as well as record labels Harmonica Mundi and Realworld.


He works regularly as musical director with the National Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe. He teaches at Trinity Laban, is published by Spartan Press and Edition Wilhelm Hansen, and has produced albums for many artists internationally. His most recent compositions were performed internationally and at the Royal Opera House.



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Free Companion/Assistance Scheme:Cadogan Hall has a range of services to assist disabled customers including a provision for wheelchair users in the stalls.Companions of disabled customers are entitled to a free seat when assisting disabled customers at Cadogan Hall.Please contact the venue on 0207 7304500 prior to booking to advise them of your requirements.

The easiest way to travel to Cadogan Hall is by public transport. It is located within 2 minutes walk of Sloane Square London Underground Station which is served by both District and Circle lines one stop away from Victoria Railway Station which has mainline and additional London Underground connections.

Turn right out of the Underground Station, cross Cliveden Place and walk up Sedding Street to the Hall.

Frequent bus services stop in Sloane Square and neighbouring Streets including King’s Road, Sloane Street and Lower Sloane Street.

Bus services include numbers: 11, 19, 22, 137, 211, 319, 360 and C1.

Taxis are numerous in the area and there is a taxi rank located on Sloane Square opposite the Underground Station.

Customers are reminded that on-street parking is strictly controlled with the nearest car park located half a mile away in Cadogan Place to the North.

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