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8 December 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


World class drummer JEREMY STACEY returns to SoundCellar with a quartet featuring rising star EMMA RAWICZ on saxophone, one of the UK’s leading jazz pianists, TOM CAWLEY and UK bass legend MICK HUTTON.

This gig will take place at The Jazz Cafe Sandbanks, 28 Shore Road, Poole, BH13 7PJ.

SOLD OUT but livestream tickets still available here, which include access to a video of the gig for a month afterwards, even if you can’t watch it on the night 

Jeremy Stacey is equally at home playing pop, rock, funk or straight ahead jazz. Jeremy’s CV is vast, he recently toured the world as a member of King Crimson and his numerous pop/rock credits include Tom Jones, Sheryl Crow, Steven Wilson, Eric Clapton, The Finn Brothers, Noel Gallagher, The Eurythmics, Joe Cocker and Robbie Williams. In a jazz context he has worked with Wayne Krantz, Jason Rebello, Jim Mullen, Iain Ballamy, Tim Garland & many others.

Emma Rawicz is a multi-award winning young saxophonist and composer, already making waves on the UK music scene. She has been described as “An astonishing new talent” (Jamie Cullum – BBC Radio 2), ‘a force to be reckoned with’ (Jazzwise) and ‘a fast-rising star’ (London Jazz News). At the age of 20 she has already recorded and released an eagerly awaited debut album ‘Incantation’ featuring Ant Law, made up entirely of her original compositions. Emma’s second album, recorded in summer 2022 and features an all-star band of Ivo Neame, Ant Law, Conor Chaplin and Asaf Sirkis.

Tom Cawley is one of the UK’s leading jazz pianists. He has performed worldwide – in major clubs, venues and festivals – with some of the country’s leading artists, most notably Peter Gabriel, with whom he has also recorded two albums and a live DVD. As an artist in his own right he has performed, recorded and broadcast extensively over the last ten years. His group, Curios, won Best Band the 2008 BBC Jazz Awards, and their three albums have been hugely critically acclaimed – described as “extraordianary” in MOJO, “spellbinding” in The Independent, “fantastic” in Time Out and “a shining light for British jazz” in Musician magazine. They have performed at the Barbican, the Royal Festival Hall, Ronnie Scott’s and at all of the UK’s major jazz festivals, as well as in Europe (most notably at North Sea Jazz).

Mick Hutton is known from the British jazz scene by his work with Harry Beckett (Pictures of You, 1985) and with Julian Argüelles, Iain Ballamy, Django Bates and Ken Stubbs (First House), the Chris Biscoe Sextet and Bill Bruford’s Band Earthworks. In addition, Hutton worked throughout his career with Alan Barnes, Peter Erskine, Tina May, Jim Mullen, John Scofield, Alan Skidmore, Tommy Smith, John Taylor, Stan Tracey, and Kenny Wheeler. In 2002 he played on Robin Williamsons album Skirting the River Road, and the same year he played in a trio with Martin Speake and Paul Motian (Change of Heart).

Jeremy Stacey – drums
Emma Rawicz – saxophone
Tom Cawley – piano
Mick Hutton – bass

Entry is £18 + booking fee in advance through the below link, or £22 on the door (cash or card).

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8 December 2022
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. Our regular host The Grasshopper, is kindly offering a 15% discount on food from their restaurant prior to every SoundCellar gig! Just show your ticket for that evening’s performance (the ticket QR code on your phone, or a printout). A table must be booked here or tel: 01202 741463 and food orders placed at least 60 minutes prior to the start time of the gig (eg by 7pm for a 8pm start).

(2) For young people: (i) U18s – FREE entry when accompanied by an adult; (ii) Age 18 to 25 – entry £10 (with NUS / TOTEM card). Simply select the relevant ticket option when booking. The offers are available for most of our gigs – please check individual listings for details. They are subject to seat availability, so for some gigs, it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment.

Parking is free at The Grasshopper but you must register your vehicle at the bar.