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Images of Steve Waterman performing

Steve is one of the top British jazz trumpet players both at home and on the international scene. He began his career while studying at Trinity College Of Music, and since then has worked regularly on the British, European and International jazz scene.

The concert will be a celebration of the complete career of Miles Davis focusing on his own compositions, with pieces such as Boplicity from the Birth Of The Cool album right through to Tutu, one of the last albums he recorded. Along the way there will be his compositions from the 1950s, with the classic Kind Of Blue album and the collaboration with Gil Evans, Miles Ahead, as well as pieces from his recorded output during the sixties and seventies.


Steve Waterman - Trumpet / Flugal horn

Nick Weldon - Piano

Steve Watts - Bass

Felix Weldon - Drums


COVID-19 precautions

Although the government has lifted many of the requirements around COVID-19 isolation rules, we are aware that many of our visitors are vulnerable and we want everyone to feel safe and comfortable. As such, we are continuing to provide hand sanitiser at our entrances, keep windows open to increase ventilation, and maintaining our reduced capacity of 80%. As audience members, we ask that you do not attend if you are showing symptoms or are testing positive, and that you wear a face covering if possible. If you have any concerns, please contact us on 020 8348 8716 and we will do our best to accommodate you.