All That Jazz!
Friday 9 December 2022, 7pm
Venue tbc *
with The Ben Cox Band
By popular demand, following a standing ovation at TMC’s first-ever jazz event last year, The Ben Cox Band returns to perform a relaxed evening of great jazz classics – fresh, bold and exciting, yet steeped in the history of songwriters such as James Taylor, Paul Simon and Neil Young.
“Ben Cox has a sweet and expressive voice and he shows he can handle a classic.” (Daily Telegraph)
* We hope to have a venue confirmed very soon. Ticket holders will be notified.
Standard ticket £25 | Under 18s & Students £5
(Ticket price includes a finger buffet. Pay bar available)
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Ben Cox is an accomplished musician who brings a fresh, unique sound to the music industry.
Having studied Jazz at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Ben was a founding member of successful vocal group Vive. Heavily involved in the London A Cappella festival, Vive won the Voice Festival UK choir competition in 2013 along with the Ward Swingle Award.
Heading up the ‘The Ben Cox Band’, he tours around the UK, regularly playing major jazz festivals, including London, Cheltenham and Scarborough as well ‘sold out’ performances at prestigious venue’s like Ronnie Scott’s and the Pizza Express jazz club.
In 2015 Ben released his debut original album ‘This Waiting Game’ to critical acclaim – It was named by the Daily Telegraph as one of the best jazz albums of 2015 and quickly followed up with his second album ‘Round and Round’ in 2016.
Ben is currently recording and touring his latest project ‘Hourglass: The Music of James Taylor’. Also a fan of folk Ben plays the Irish whistle and flute – writing melodies and songs, and is currenlty touring with London based folk band, Counter’s Creek.
He is also a passionate and experienced educator. He gives workshops to schools and educational establishments across the country – with a focus on singing, songwriting, developing the ear, and music theory understanding. He currently is the musical director of four choirs in and around London and is the music lead at St George’s Catholic Primary school in Enfield.