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RBC Jazz Orchestra including the Dankworth and Eddie Harvey Awards

RBC Jazz Orchestra: Contemporary Brits including The Dankworth and Eddie Harvey Awards
Date and time
10 Mar 2019 (6:30pm)

Eastside Jazz Club, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR


£15 (£12)

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Continuing the theme of celebrating composers and arrangers of the here and now, our Jazz Orchestra is delighted to present this concert to host the Dankworth and Eddie Harvey Awards 2019.

The awards are administered and funded by The Musicians’ Company with the support of The Wavendon Foundation and friends and family of Eddie Harvey.

For over 500 years the Worshipful Company of Musicians has supported the music profession in all its forms.

Every year the Company gives a range of awards, scholarships and medals, which make a real difference to the lives of outstanding young singers, composers and instrumentalists as they make the transition from study to a professional career in music.

The winner of the Dankworth Big Band Award is Charles Bates for his work Eyes Open. The winner of the Small Band Award is Wilber Whitta for his composition Wotjek. The winner of the Eddie Harvey Jazz Arranger Award is Billy Marrows for his arrangement of Leonard Bernstein's Lucky to be me.

All three winning works will be performed in this special celebratory concert.

The awards are funded by The Musicians’ Company with generous assistance from The Wavendon Foundation.