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National Youth Jazz Orchestra

National Youth Jazz Orchestra

Mon 1 January 0001 - Fri 31 January 2020
Victoria Hall

In its 54 years, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra has helped launch the careers of many of the UK’s most-admired jazz singers and instrumentalists, such as Amy Winehouse, Kwabs, Laura Jurd, Yazz Ahmed, Espa, Stan Sulzmann, and Gwilym Simcock.

In this concert, the orchestra delivers a programme celebrating the greatest jazz classics ever written. Featuring tunes by the indisputable jazz masters, such as Ellington and Monk, this concert explores some landmarks of the jazz canon with the future stars of the UK jazz scene.


Standard: £18
Under 18s: £5
Students: 50% off
(prices include 6% booking fee)

Two FREE under 18s tickets per order.

Tickets & Times

  • NYJO has never been conformist, never hewing to one particular line. [It] is a vehicle for new possibilities.

  • The National Youth Jazz Orchestra has been a seedbed for dozens of other top musicians over the past 50 years, providing fertile ground for both Britain’s jazz scene and the pop session world.
    The Guardian