Music at Fourcroft Hotel
Fourcroft Sunday Jazz Brunches - 12 noon til 3pm
Tickets £13 per person - in advance only - including Fourcroft's famous brunch
Our next brunch on Sunday 23rd February features The Sarah Smith Quartet.
For details of this or future events contact us on 01 834 842 886 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This last year's performances included:-
Sunday 23rd February featured The Jonathan Crespo Quartet
That Canadian trumpet (Jonathan Crespo), brilliantly supported by keyboard (Jim Barber), double bass & drums (Ian Poole), caught the audience in a spell of flowing standards from which it was impossible to break away; at least until the concert came to an end. And the Canadian ice hockey team won the Olympic gold at the same time!
Sunday 19th January featured Sarah + H 4tet
Another rousing set of music from all over the world, with Sarah Campbell-Horner in fine voice indeed, Hywel Maggs in finger picking perfection, Alan Vaughan on bass & Noel Watson on drums. A double encore was well deserved after two hours plus of consistent quality sounds.
Sunday 24th November featured The Amigos
Sunday 20th October featured Saxpax.
Sunday 21st July featured the Dave Cottle Trio
Another fine collection of classical jazz numbers played with relish & no little humour by Swansea Jazz's own house band. On an away day, obviously.
Sunday 23rd June featured Kitty Bevan
Sunday 19th May featured The Tone Valley Jazzband
Sunday 21st April featured Claudia's Jazz Masters
Another superb performance from The Ice Diva & her truly masterful band of musicians. What a great way to welcome back to performing the honourable Gary Phillips, he of The Amigos & beyond. A privilege to be there.
Sunday 24th March featured The Keith Little Trio
Lively clarinet and sax, accompanied by keyboard and drums, allowed this great Cardiff trio to entertain an attentive audience. Swing jazz and banter. Or is that swinging banter? A great gig, whatever.
Sunday 17th February featured The Tommy Harris Quartet.
With Dave Jones, on keyboard, Frank Hughes, on bass, and, on drums, Martin Webber, Tommy produced a crisp, clean mixture of sax greats & modern impros. Polished, mellifluous music delivered with aplomb.
Sunday 20th January featured Hot Club Gallois
A welsh group inspired by the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli, they produced a lively, spirited set, full of rapid music from the two guitars, violin & double bass. Passionate playing found total audience engagement. Heck of a way to start the new season of brunches.
for performers who have played in previous years, click here