Free Eastside Jazz Fridays

Free Eastside Jazz Fridays

RBC Musicians

Date and time
31 May 2024 (4:35pm - 6:50pm)
Location

Eastside Jazz Club, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

Free - booking required

Montage of jazz singer Tilly Clark and pianist Juliane Deil

Free Eastside Jazz Fridays

In partnership with our friends at B:Music, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is jumping into the Free Jazz Friday schedule to keep a weekly format going for you. Same times, still great music, still free admission, just different venue.

Tilly Clark voice
Conor Bastible piano
Thomas Marsh bass
Reece Downton drums
Ollie Canham guitar
Gareth Howell trumpet
Evan Barnes, Kai Cooper, Diego Villarreal and Poppy Ormrod percussion
Grace Connor and Sophie Gilbert backing vocals

Join Tilly Clark and her ensemble as she presents her Final Recital in Jazz, with a Latin twist. This recital will round off her three-year postgraduate degree in Jazz at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Having studied Spanish and Russian for her undergraduate degree, she regularly sings in languages such as Spanish and Portuguese, and this recital is no exception. Expect to hear original Spanish-lyric compositions, Bossa Nova, Tango, and Afro-Cuban, and songs from the Great American Songbook.

Juliane Deil piano
Nathaniel Evans sax
Thomas Marsh bass
Reece Downton drums

Juliane Deil is a jazz pianist with a unique sound, blending traditional jazz language with classical influences. Currently a Master’s student in jazz piano at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, she recently took part in B:Music’s talent development programme RISE UP.

Growing up regularly performing as a soloist and accompanist, she achieved a Performer’s Diploma with honours aged 16, and discovered her love for jazz in Richmond Music Trust youth bands.

Moving to New York with her family in 2015 allowed her to continue her jazz and classical tuition at Hoff-Barthelson Music School, leading her to study a music degree at Durham University. While at Durham, she performed with her trio at Durham Jazz Festival and gained regular function work as pianist and musical director of Hatfield Big Band.

Her recent performance groups include the Juliane Deil Quartet, who supported Bruno Heinen at the Eastside Jazz Club and performed at the B:Music Jazz Festival, and The Deil Clark Duo. She is excited to continue working under the mentorship of Rebecca Nash, with some of Juliane’s main jazz influences being Oscar Peterson, Red Garland and Aaron Parks.

Running time approx. 135 minutes

Forthcoming events in RBC Musicians

Forthcoming dates include: