The Tony Levin Drum Prize
Prizes and Competitions Series
Eastside Jazz Club, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR
£15 (£12) Includes entry to the Patrick Cornelius gig
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FREE TICKETS FOR RBC STAFF & STUDENTS*
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Once the free ticket allocation per event is reached, staff and students are eligible for discounted tickets.
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One ticket per student/member of staff.
*Entry only granted with a valid BCU ID.
7.45pm The Tony Levin Drum Prize
9.15pm Winners Set
Jean Toussaint sax
Arnie Somogyi bass
Jazz drum legend and much-loved Conservatoire tutor, Tony Levin passed away in February 2011. His legacy still very much lives on with us and one of the forms in which this happens is the continuation of the Tony Levin Drum Prize. Tony’s plan was that each student finalist would play a short set with fellow Jazz Department tutors to determine which student is most deserving of the accolade of ‘most swinging’.
Witness a high-energy concert and a spotlight on future careers in jazz drumming: a ‘happening’ as Tony would say.