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NYJO Stories: Lucy-Anne Daniels

NYJO Stories: Lucy-Anne Daniels

A natural performer, creative improviser and talented musician, Leeds native Lucy-Anne Daniels draws inspiration from singers such as Betty Carter, gospel duo Mary Mary and, most pertinently, Amy Winehouse.   Read more

NYJO Stories: Emma Rawicz

NYJO Stories: Emma Rawicz

Growing up in rural North Devon, Emma didn't discover jazz until the age of 15, and didn't pick up a tenor saxophone until a year later, but had spent her childhood otherwise immersed in largely folk and classical music.  Read more

NYJO Stories: Dan Coulthurst

NYJO Stories: Dan Coulthurst

After initially pursuing a keen interest in classical music, Dan found his true passion in Jazz – particularly Big Band. As a member of NYJO, Dan has been able to explore his love for Jazz, playing in venues around the country. Read more

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Amy Winehouse: A Final Celebration

NYJO's Amy Winehouse celebratory tour reaches its end with a final performance in Birmingham on 30 July. Young creative leads Olivia Murphy and Lucy-Anne Daniels talk about the project.

NYJO Learning: Summer Lab

This Summer, NYJO Learning is teaming up with Blue Lab Beats for a very special Summer Lab focused on Jazz & Electronics. Read all about the project and how to apply. 

NYJO & Tony Kofi: Monk at Town Hall

The Thelonious Monk Orchestra at Town Hall is Monk’s seminal large ensemble recording, released in 1959. Under the direction of Tony Kofi, NYJO celebrates this ground-breaking work.

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