Continuing the Winter festivities, Martin Kemp and friends will be performing classics from his diverse range of styles including jazz tangos, gipsy jazz and latin influences. Definitely worth popping by for a warming mulled wine or coffee and a listen after the fair winds up.
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.