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   Thursday nights in Cardiff,
   a warm welcome
   and great live music
   brought to you in
   CaféJAZZ by the
   Cardiff Jazz Society.


   Photographs © Richard Hoad
   or the artists.

Quick gig list

21st November
         £6 / £5         


27th November
         £6 / £5         

28th November
         £6 / £5         




at The Sandringham Hotel


in the heart of Cardiff

 Supported by a Lottery grant from The Arts Council of Wales. (See menu for sponsor details) 

 Presenting live music at CaféJAZZ, 21 St.Mary Street, Cardiff, CF10 1PL. 

Hover over image to pause the page turning, click image for link. Sketches of CaféJAZZ © Glyn Pooley.


Cardiff Jazz Society and CaféJAZZ Wednesday and Thursday Gigs 2013.
CaféJAZZ, 21 St.Mary Street, Cardiff, CF10 1PL.  -  Music starts 9pm.

Show your ticket in CaféJAZZ to claim £2 off your first drink.



The programme may be subject to change without notice
To avoid disappointment please call CaféJAZZ 029 2038 7026 before travelling.





Thursday 21st November 2013


The Chris Hodgkins Quartet will be in Cafe JAZZ <br>on Thursday 21st November 2013

Chris Hodgkins trumpet
Diane McLoughlin - alto sax
Max Brittain - guitar
Alison Rayner - double bass




Wednesday 27th November


Lee Jones - Guitar
Dayne Cranenburg - Bass
Ian Russell - Drums

Lee Jones is a UK guitarist and composer. He has performed around
the national jazz scene in recent years and appeared as
a special guest with guitarist Martin Taylor
at the Pizza Express, London.
After winning Jazz FM’s “Best New Instrumentalist” award,
Lee completed the BMus (Hons) jazz course at Birmingham Conservatoire
in 2007; studying with Partisans’ guitarist Phil Robson.
He has released two solo albums; “Swish” (2007) and
"Songs from the 13th Hour" (2011) with former WEA producer Simon Tittley;
recording alongside Larry Coryell, Jean Toussaint, Dennis Rollins,
Ric Sanders and Chris Dagley amongst others.
He also teaches guitar privately and for various colleges.
Lee is currently recording a third solo album for 2014/15 release
and undertaking a PhD in jazz composition at The University of Salford.

£6 / £5





Thursday 28th November 2013



Fraser Allibone - saxophone
Jim Barber - keyboards
Ashley John Long - bass
Ian Poole - drums

Saxophonist Fraser was a 2003 graduate from
the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
He has enjoyed many years playing on the
South Wales Jazz scene, with his own quartet,
and with the Welsh Jazz Composer's Orchestra.
His style is influenced by Straight Ahead Bop,
Modal and the classic period of John Coltrane.



Admission £6 (£5 concessions)