Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival are delighted to present Gallus, A Scottish Jazz Weekend.
This year, our weekend programme has been curated by pianist Pianist, Fergus McCreadie, and features nine concerts around Edinburgh over a long weekend.
Based in the fantastic Auditorium of the St Bride's Centre, with late night concerts in the iconic Jazz Bar on Chambers St, Gallus will be a Scottish Jazz Weekend to remember, and the first of many more to come.
With day ticket discounts available, under 16s go free to afternoon concerts & student concessions available, this is an affordable, high quality weekend of some of Scottish Jazz's newest faces and finest exponents.
Thursday 17th October
Tommy Smith Quartet "Embodying the Light", Queen's Hall. £17
Friday 18th October
8:00-10:00pm Georgia Cecile Quartet // Anoushka Nanguy Quartet. St Bride's Centre. £12.50
11:30pm-03:00am Graham Costello’s STRATA 4 // Rebecca Vasmant. Jazz Bar. £10
Saturday 19th October
4:00-6:00pm 'New Composers in Scottish Jazz
Ben MacDonald Quartet (w. Alan Benzie, Stephen Henderson, David Bowden) // Mark Hendry’s fractus (ft. Irini Arabatzi)
St Bride's Centre. £7.50
7:30-9:45pm 'Fergus McCreadie presents'
Luca Manning 'When The Sun Comes Up', w. McCreadie & Laura McDonald // Fergus McCreadie meets Charlie Stewart
11:30pm-03:00am Mezcla // Aki Remally. Jazz Bar. £10
Sunday 20th October
4:00-6:00pm 'The Saxophone in Scotland'
Paul Towndrow Organ trio // Matt Carmichael Quartet
St Bride's Centre, £7.50
Colin Steele plays Miles Davis, with Michael Butcher
St Bride's Centre, £12.5