COVID- 19 update
Following the Government's advice in relation to COVID-19, we have made a decision to put the Trinity Buoy Wharf Live 2020 series on hold. Please check back for updates and more details.
In 2019 we welcomed a diverse range of jazz and world music performers, in 2020 we juxtapose a number of younger rising stars with their elders and oft-mentors in a series of standalone and shared concerts.
The talented trumpeter and visual artist, Sheila Maurice-Grey kicks off the season on April 8 with her new band, Ms Maurice.
No season is complete without a jazz giant and we welcome back Dave O’Higgins and this time he shares the stage on May 6th with the gifted young guitarist, Rob Luft and their stunning Quartet.
A new face who will soon become familiar to UK audiences, is the young Australian harpist, vocalist and composer, Tara Minton, who unveils her new mermaid-inspired album on June 10th.
The heavenly vocals continue on July 1st with Jo Harrop and British Standard Time featuring Alex Webb on keyboards.
A jazz legend follows on August 5th when the great Clark Tracey brings his Quintet bursting with youthful energy and talent to the club with their “Salute to Miles”.
A perfect musical segue follows on September 2nd when alto sax virtuoso, Tony Kofi and his Quintet present “Portrait of Cannonball”.
Our 2020 season culminates on October 7th in a fantastic celebration inspired by the music of legendary South African jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim. Pete Letanka and The Cape Crusaders mix flavours of South African township jive with American swing and R‘n’B. Sit and listen, tap a foot or get up and dance the night away.
Jazz Wednesdays take place at The Electrician’s Shop venue at Trinity Buoy Wharf. Part of the creative neighbourhood of Trinity Buoy Wharf, The Electrician’s Shop is accessible by tube (Jubilee Line, Canning Town station), DLR (East India station) and bus (277, D3).
The venue is fully accessible, with wheelchair accessible lifts and toilets.