The Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra continues celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2023 with stunning concerts that bring alive the energy of jazz and pays tribute to some legendary names.
In an Ellington Mood – with gospel-influenced vocalist Lucy-Anne Daniels – presents exhilarating orchestral jazz.
We are starting off the new season is our dear friend, GRAMMY® Award-winning pianist Geoffrey Keezer.
The World of the Gods marks the reunion of the SNJO with the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers and music by Tommy Smith.
Award-winning pianist and composer Gwilym Simcock joins the SNJO for the premiere of RELEASE.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra (SNJO) and Georgia Cécile invite you to share communion with them in an evening of harmony, understanding, and exceptional jazz. ‘This is a Communion’ is a thoughtful concept that presents original music as a shared experience and cultivated songwriting as a healing process. Georgia Cécile is a gifted singer for […]
The Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra is delighted to start their 20th anniversary year with two stunning concerts that bring alive the energy of jazz and pay tribute to some legendary names.
Celebrating the jazz expressionists in a programme of music from four innovators: Ornette Coleman, Albert Ayler, Dewey Redman, and Anthony Braxton.
Known as The Duke, Edward Kennedy Ellington is considered amongst the world’s greatest jazz musicians and composers with a musical legacy covering six decades.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra releases on the 15th of April music from its acclaimed concert series at St Giles’ Cathedral.