More artists for Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues

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The Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival, which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2017, is delighted to announce that more artists have been added to their 2017 line-up.

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These include some of Yorkshire’s finest musicians who perform as New York Brass Band, the incredibly talented Pat McCarthy Quartet featuring Shannon Riley, festival favourites The Alligators, the fresh and exciting Jamie Brownfield Quartet, who all join headliners already announced: internationally renowned vocalist Claire Martin OBE with legendary saxophonist and singer Ray Gelato, along with Northern Ireland’s multi-award winning Kaz Hawkins.

‘They say that good things come in small packages. This may be one of the summer's smallest gatherings, but it's also one of the most sophisticated...' Daily Mail

Also…watch this space!

“We’re planning something very special to celebrate our 10th anniversary and Hull 2017 UK City of Culture.

This week, Simon is auditioning musicians from St. Lucia to come over and bring some Caribbean vibes to our Festival. Thank you to the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce for their support”.

 

More details will be announced very soon! 

 

Published on 20 March 2017 by Ben Robinson

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