Rowan Hudson at The Jazz Room

We are delighted to welcome back young jazz pianist and composer Rowan Hudson with his ensemble

Tickets £12 in advance / £15 on the door


Hudson delivers a project full of cool jazz harmonies, pictorial sounds tinted with Delius-esque passages, and humorous textures. – review of Rowan Hudson’s debut album Passing Ships by ArtMuseLondon

Rowan Hudson is a pianist and composer working within Jazz and Minimalist music. Moving to London in mid-2011, he studied Jazz at Middlesex University and since then has formed several groups and played with some of London’s leading musicians as well as touring Germany and the UK.

His main creative outlet is his Passing Ships, a 5 piece group put together to perform his music. As well this Rowan leads his own Piano trio featuring JJ Stillwell (Bass) and Angus Bishop (Drums). He also plays in the 6 piece Jazz group Nattacackle and works as the pianist for the singer Richard Hadfield.

His debut album Passing Ships was released in spring 2019


Alex Hall Plays West Coast Jazz at The Jazz Room

Fresh from a recent residency at the legendary ‘Blue Note’, Milano with Motown icon Martha Reeves (and The Vandellas), Alex Hall is a burgeoning multi-instrumentalist composer/jazz performer working with a variety of notable ensembles and groups spanning jazz, contemporary and avant-garde music.
In this special performance exclusive to 7 Star Arts / The Bull’s Head, Alex and his jazz quartet explore the repertoire of the ‘West Coast’ that developed in Los Angeles and San Francisco during the 1950s from the likes of Dave Brubeck, Chet Baker, Russ Freeman, Art Pepper and Paul Desmond.
Tickets £14 in advance / £17 on the door


Line up:
Alex Hall (Trumpet and Vox)
Bobby James (Drums)
Santiago Horro (Bass)
Michael Richardson (piano)