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Unit 6 Dales Brewery, Gwydir St
Cambridge, England, CB1
United Kingdom

(01223)359966

Hot Numbers is a high quality, independent gourmet coffee-house and roastery in Gwydir St, Cambridge. Providing delicious hand roasted coffee, speciality tea and light bites, to include pastries baked on site plus home-made cakes and paninis. We even stock Fitzbillies famous chelsea buns & cakes!

A hub for interesting folk to meet and chat accompanied by great jazz and blues music. Call in and enjoy the wonderful space of Dales Brewery. A true find for any discerning coffee enthusiast.

 

Martin Kemp's Work In Progress with Costas Lambropoulos 15:00 - 17:30

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Martin Kemp's Work In Progress with Costas Lambropoulos 15:00 - 17:30

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Martin Kemp plays, teaches, composes and arranges jazz and classical music. He plays tenor sax, clarinet and bass clarinet. In the London scene in the 1960s he played alongside Humphrey Lyttelton, Sandy Brown, George Melly and Bruce Turner. Moving to Cambridge in the 1970s, he started teaching jazz to adults and in local schools, including the award-winning Mad Hatters jazz band. He is Course Director of the weekend jazz courses at Grafham Water.

June's session will feature guest Costas Lambropoulos, Costas has a voice of remarkable intensity, full of complex overtones.   He has a way of making a song his own.   He will be singing jazz from a variety of cultures worldwide, including and one or two Piazzolla songs.

 

Martin says: “I have always been interested in the enormous range of jazz styles, both complex and simple.   My original grounding was in swing, but recently I have become involved in playing jazz tangos, gipsy jazz, early Ellington (via the excellent Harmony in Harlem) and my 8-piece band Mingusology (due at Hot Numbers on the evening of 7 March).   These new influences and many others have contributed great enjoyment to free things up, renew the longstanding relationship between jazz and dance and prevent jazz from becoming formalistic. Above all, I am absolutely set on making jazz playing available to young players in schools, as my own experience has shown that they become very keen on an art form which can be enjoyed by players of varying skills”.

Martin Kemp’s Work in Progress” is an extension of the previous tango/Latin project, and will reflect his own interest in these varying styles, as well as including guests players locally and from London.