Delicious food home cooked on the premises
Words from our audience…“I love coming to the jazz at The Chandos. Each time I come I am blown away by the performances !” • “The find of the year for us! Good food and beer, great jazz and a delightful landlady. What's not to like?” • “Fabulous music, fine wines and scrumptious food — a hidden jazz gem” • “Relaxed atmosphere, great music”
Sunday 2nd April 2017 • 7—9.15pm
Admission £7 Students/unwaged: pay what you like
To prebook use this ticket link and get 10% off your meal!*
Andy Panayi is an exceptionally gifted jazz musician, composer and arranger. He plays all the flutes and all the saxophones and currently leads his own groups, both jazz and classical. He also writes commissioned works and compositions & arrangements for his own ensembles.
Performance credits include work with Shirley Bassey, Jessye Norman, Paul McCartney, Seth MacFarlane, Elaine Paige, Salena Jones, Elvis Costello, Georgie Fame, Peter Skellen, Zoot Money, Madeline Bell & Patty Austin to name a few.
Andy has received The Marty Paich Arranging Award, The John Dankworth Soloist Award, The Worshipful Company of Musicians Jazz Medal and the British Jazz Awards for his Jazz Flute performances.
We are delighted to be joined by pianist John Critchinson for this gig. John played in Ronnie Scott's band for many years, and his exalted history in British jazz includes work with Tubby Hayes, Jimmy Deuchar and the Morrissey-Mullen band.
*Same price as on the night but you are guaranteed to get in, and get a seat at a table…and you get 10% off your food. (NB For the 10% discount you will need to show your booking email on your smartphone/tablet screen, or a printout of your eventbrite ticket, to the bar staff AT THE TIME OF ORDERING.)
Booking closes at 2pm on the day of the gig, and discounts will not be possible after that.
The Chandos Arms
First and third Sunday of every month
Delicious home-cooked roasts and burgers
Easter Sun 16 April
Bob has appeared several times at Chandos Arms Jazz providing immaculate keyboard backing to guest like Dave O’Higgins and Nick Payn. Tonight we are delighted to welcome him back as a leader in his own right, with a swinging set of organ trio jazz and blues guaranteed to set the place alight.
Bob has a distinguished pedigree as one of the UK’s foremost blues keyboardists, and his work on Hammond organ is renowned. The mark of the great Hammond player is the addition of pedal bass, a feat of coordination which needs to be seen to be believed! With the addition of the occasional vocal too, Bob is a musical powerhouse on the stage.
with Jeremy Shoham: sax • Rick Finlay: drums
Sun 7 May