Lewis Collins

With the release of his debut album 'EC1 Sessions' Collins moves from Coltrane to Cullum with equal ease. From the re-invention of the classic 'The Lady Is A Tramp' as a Jazz Funk groove to the Herbie Hancock inspired 'Smokey Ole Joe'.


Vasilis Xenopoulos

One of London’s brightest jazz saxophonists Vasilis has played with the best musicians in the British jazz scene, including: Jim Mullen, Steve Waterman, Alan Barnes, Derek Nash, Bruce Adams, Martin Shaw, Nigel Price, Ray Gelato and many others.


Chris Nickolls

A graduate of the London College of Music. Chris has played with many leading Jazz artists including: Jim Mullen, Martin Shaw, Laurence Cottle and Jean Toussaint, performing at top London and European venues including Ronnie Scott’s.


Imre Varga

A rising star on the London Jazz scene pianist and composer Imre Varga has honed his craft in jazz and fusion. He has built a growing reputation as an exciting and innovative pianist in the Jazz scene, playing at Ronnie Scotts and The 100 Club.


Matt Findlay

A graduated from Birmingham Conservatoire on the double bass Matt has played at leading venue across the UK including 606 Club and Cheltenham Jazz Festival. His rhythmic bass provide a strong groove and feel that has seen him win a growing reputation on the Jazz scene.


Paul Jordanous

Nothing short of a force of nature Paul Jordanous hectic schedule has seen him play from Stockholm to Instanbul and most points in between. In 2012 he released his album 'Now I Know' to great critical acclaim.


Billy Adamson

Billy's recording credits include 2014 MOBO nominated, Atlantic recording artist ‘Kwabs and Anthony Strong. He has performed with Lea Delaria, Marcella Detroit and Jess Glynne, the biggest selling UK female artist of 2014.


Duncan Eagles

Saxophonist Duncan Eagles performs regularly around the UK and Europe including venues and Festivals such as Ronnie Scotts, the 606 Club, The Bulls Head, Cheltenham International Jazz Festival and Vancouver International Jazz Festival.


Andy Davies

A well known face on the jazz scene with his band the Andy Davies Quartet who are currently the resident band at the famous Ronnie Scotts Wednesday night jam session. Andy is also much in demand as a solo player and has worked with Lea Delaria, Gwyneth Herbert and Jamie Cullum.