INFO FOR ARTISTS

Simon Brown is responsible for booking artists for the club, and can be contacted by email, or by calling 01603 259799.

We are now considering artists for 2019's monthly Tuesday night programme.


We welcome jazz artists (soloists or ensembles) from most jazz disciplines to perform at the club. Financial factors tend to limit us to ensembles of up to four or five performers, but we're open to suggestions!

If you're new to the club, please be prepared to send us CD or DVD examples of your work, or provide links to audio or video performances. Links to your website and / or good-quality footage of your performances can be launched from our gig listings and will really help us to promote your night.

If your appearance at Norwich Jazz Club is part of a tour, do please send us any promotional flyers that may be available; and of course we'll be happy to sell your CDs on your behalf during the gig.

NJC at Bedfords Bar 1 Old Post Office Yard, Bedford Street, Norwich, NR2 1SL

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Please park on Bedford Street opposite Old Post Office Yard to unload (gigs take place in the upstairs bar). It will be necessary to re-park after unloading and best to turn round and return to the junction with Exchange Street where you should turn right. Park either at St.Andrew's Car Park (£2.00 after 6.30pm) or you can find free on-street parking along St.Benedicts Street after 6.30pm in markwed bays or on single yellows.

Sound equipment available:

Yamaha DXR-10 1100w PA Speakers
Carlsbro 100w Wedge Monitor
3x Beyer M300 mics with stands
Mackie ProFX 8-channel mixer

Lighting:

Misc Stairville LED par cans

The performance area is a 6" elevated stage with a total area of approx 2m x 4m, and with a deep-piled rug provided for the drum kit.
The House Trio The house trio are experienced jazz musicians with a good knowledge of the standards repertoire. When backing visiting artists we're happy to perform an evening of standards without charts, but are equally comfortable with chords and written figures if artists have particular arrangements they'd like to play.