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The Jazz Podcast

Rob Cope & Dan Farrant

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The Jazz Podcast
The Jazz Podcast

The Jazz Podcast

Rob Cope & Dan Farrant

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The Jazz Podcast is run by Rob Cope and Dan Farrant, professional musicians based in London. We like life stories and inspirational tales of how musician get into the scene.

Latest Episodes

Daniel Bennett

New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation. Bennett can be heard throughout the world performing his award-winning compositions on saxophone, flute, clarinet, and oboe. The music is a provocative mix of jazz, avant-pop, and surf rock. The Daniel Bennett Group recently performed their London album release of We Are the Orchestra at Ronnie Scott's. The Boston Globe describes Bennett's music as "a mix of jazz, folk, and minimalism."

50 MIN1 w ago
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Daniel Bennett

Malcolm Edmonstone

Malcolm Edmonstone is a jazz pianist and arranger, born in Perth, Scotland in 1980. In 1998 he moved to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he gained Bachelors and Masters degrees. Today, Malcolm is a key professor in the Guildhall jazz faculty and Artistic Director of Jazz for the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland. He has forged a career as a modern jazz musician, working as a pianist, educator, arranger and musical director in many high profile situations. Needless to say, the peak of his career is right now, with the first appearance on our show!

75 MIN3 w ago
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Malcolm Edmonstone

Bryony Jarman-Pinto

Raised in Cumbria and now based in London, Bryony Jarman-Pinto is an expressive and adventurous singer-songwriter, combining harmonious vocals and mesmerising jazz-fused melodies with personal and complex lyrics. With both of her parents as musicians, Bryony grew up surrounded by the art form, attending singing workshops with her mum from a very young age. Taking inspiration from the jazz vocalists and jam musicians she used to fall asleep listening to as a child, there is a jazz core at the heart of her music. Her debut album Cage & Aviary is out now.

36 MINOCT 11
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Bryony Jarman-Pinto

Georgia Mancio's Hang - Festival Preview 2019

Storytelling, soul and compassion beat at the heart of award-winning vocalist Georgia Mancio’s 3rd Hang– a collection of collaborations that this year illuminates her extraordinary lyric writing.Where We Once Belonged includes intriguing family portraits created with pianist Tom Cawley, exploring heritage and identity alongside Robert Mitchell, Kim Macari and Shirley Smart.Finding Home with pianist Kate Williams and string quartet: “a sublime song cycle” (Jazzwise) encompassing the refugee crisis to romantic spoken word groove.Finally the beautiful, iconic Songbook with Grammy-winning pianist Alan Broadbent: “one of the most formidable writing partnerships of the 21st Century” (Jazz Views).

43 MINSEP 27
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Georgia Mancio's Hang - Festival Preview 2019

Jemma Freese - The Beast In The Blueprint

Leeds based keyboard player and vocalist Jemma Freese joins the show to preview Freese Trio's new album, The Beast In The Blueprint. We chat about her influences and inspirations behind the writing of the album and listen to a few tracks. Dan goes to Lisbon and hangs out in a phone booth.

56 MINSEP 15
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Jemma Freese - The Beast In The Blueprint

Will Glaser - Climbing In Circles Pt. 2

Will joins the show to chat about his new album, a duo featuring himself and Liam Noble on piano. Interestingly this is a sequel to Climbing in Circles Pt. 1, which we also featured on the show, that one starring Matt Herd on the saxophone. We struggled to track down Dan for a chat, with troubling results for the future of music.

38 MINSEP 5
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Will Glaser - Climbing In Circles Pt. 2

Evelyn Laurie

Evelyn Laurie joins the show to tell us the story of her career change into jazz singing. An inspiration for anyone looking to chase their dreams and do the thing they love. Rob makes a big effort for Dan with the news, and Dan reveals some average at best piano skills.

53 MINAUG 23
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Evelyn Laurie

Jesse Appiah

This show features two of Jesse's tracks, at the top of the show is Calling, and after the interview we check out Blinding. We chat to Jesse abouthis journey into music. A super talented singer and songwriter, he makes The Jazz Podcast a lot cooler with his presence.Having achieved a degree in Social Anthropology, people have always fascinated Jesse, at every level, be it as individuals or as part of something bigger. People add colour to life and it is life that is at the heart of everything J Appiah writes.

62 MINAUG 9
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Jesse Appiah

British Jazz Showcase - Rob Cope's Inhabited Island WAVs.

To celebrate our passing 50k downloads Rob has compiled his favourite 8 tracks. Its Desert Island Disks, without the desert island or the disks.Track list of featured music:Fabled - Dove Stone (Short Stories) 2018Mike Walker & Stuart Mccallum - Clockmaker (Beholden) 2014Rob Luft - We Are All Slowly Leaving (Riser) 2017Snowpoet - Love Again (Thought you knew) 2018Ant Law - Credits (Life I know) 2018The Impossible Gentlemen - Just To See You (Internationally Recognised Aliens) 2013Elliot Galvin Trio - 1666 (Punch) 2016Liam Noble & Paul Clarvis - Dear Someone (Starry Starry Night) 2009

58 MINJUL 24
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British Jazz Showcase - Rob Cope's Inhabited Island WAVs.

Mike Chillingworth

Ladies and gentlemen, may we present Mike Chillingworth for you amusement. One of the most prolific improvisers in London and a hugely sought after musician, Mike has forged an incredible path across the UK jazz scene. A great distributor of quavers, watch out for this man. Episode 105.

55 MINJUL 12
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Mike Chillingworth

Latest Episodes

Daniel Bennett

New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation. Bennett can be heard throughout the world performing his award-winning compositions on saxophone, flute, clarinet, and oboe. The music is a provocative mix of jazz, avant-pop, and surf rock. The Daniel Bennett Group recently performed their London album release of We Are the Orchestra at Ronnie Scott's. The Boston Globe describes Bennett's music as "a mix of jazz, folk, and minimalism."

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Daniel Bennett

Malcolm Edmonstone

Malcolm Edmonstone is a jazz pianist and arranger, born in Perth, Scotland in 1980. In 1998 he moved to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he gained Bachelors and Masters degrees. Today, Malcolm is a key professor in the Guildhall jazz faculty and Artistic Director of Jazz for the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland. He has forged a career as a modern jazz musician, working as a pianist, educator, arranger and musical director in many high profile situations. Needless to say, the peak of his career is right now, with the first appearance on our show!

75 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Malcolm Edmonstone

Bryony Jarman-Pinto

Raised in Cumbria and now based in London, Bryony Jarman-Pinto is an expressive and adventurous singer-songwriter, combining harmonious vocals and mesmerising jazz-fused melodies with personal and complex lyrics. With both of her parents as musicians, Bryony grew up surrounded by the art form, attending singing workshops with her mum from a very young age. Taking inspiration from the jazz vocalists and jam musicians she used to fall asleep listening to as a child, there is a jazz core at the heart of her music. Her debut album Cage & Aviary is out now.

36 MINOCT 11
Comments
Bryony Jarman-Pinto

Georgia Mancio's Hang - Festival Preview 2019

Storytelling, soul and compassion beat at the heart of award-winning vocalist Georgia Mancio’s 3rd Hang– a collection of collaborations that this year illuminates her extraordinary lyric writing.Where We Once Belonged includes intriguing family portraits created with pianist Tom Cawley, exploring heritage and identity alongside Robert Mitchell, Kim Macari and Shirley Smart.Finding Home with pianist Kate Williams and string quartet: “a sublime song cycle” (Jazzwise) encompassing the refugee crisis to romantic spoken word groove.Finally the beautiful, iconic Songbook with Grammy-winning pianist Alan Broadbent: “one of the most formidable writing partnerships of the 21st Century” (Jazz Views).

43 MINSEP 27
Comments
Georgia Mancio's Hang - Festival Preview 2019

Jemma Freese - The Beast In The Blueprint

Leeds based keyboard player and vocalist Jemma Freese joins the show to preview Freese Trio's new album, The Beast In The Blueprint. We chat about her influences and inspirations behind the writing of the album and listen to a few tracks. Dan goes to Lisbon and hangs out in a phone booth.

56 MINSEP 15
Comments
Jemma Freese - The Beast In The Blueprint

Will Glaser - Climbing In Circles Pt. 2

Will joins the show to chat about his new album, a duo featuring himself and Liam Noble on piano. Interestingly this is a sequel to Climbing in Circles Pt. 1, which we also featured on the show, that one starring Matt Herd on the saxophone. We struggled to track down Dan for a chat, with troubling results for the future of music.

38 MINSEP 5
Comments
Will Glaser - Climbing In Circles Pt. 2

Evelyn Laurie

Evelyn Laurie joins the show to tell us the story of her career change into jazz singing. An inspiration for anyone looking to chase their dreams and do the thing they love. Rob makes a big effort for Dan with the news, and Dan reveals some average at best piano skills.

53 MINAUG 23
Comments
Evelyn Laurie

Jesse Appiah

This show features two of Jesse's tracks, at the top of the show is Calling, and after the interview we check out Blinding. We chat to Jesse abouthis journey into music. A super talented singer and songwriter, he makes The Jazz Podcast a lot cooler with his presence.Having achieved a degree in Social Anthropology, people have always fascinated Jesse, at every level, be it as individuals or as part of something bigger. People add colour to life and it is life that is at the heart of everything J Appiah writes.

62 MINAUG 9
Comments
Jesse Appiah

British Jazz Showcase - Rob Cope's Inhabited Island WAVs.

To celebrate our passing 50k downloads Rob has compiled his favourite 8 tracks. Its Desert Island Disks, without the desert island or the disks.Track list of featured music:Fabled - Dove Stone (Short Stories) 2018Mike Walker & Stuart Mccallum - Clockmaker (Beholden) 2014Rob Luft - We Are All Slowly Leaving (Riser) 2017Snowpoet - Love Again (Thought you knew) 2018Ant Law - Credits (Life I know) 2018The Impossible Gentlemen - Just To See You (Internationally Recognised Aliens) 2013Elliot Galvin Trio - 1666 (Punch) 2016Liam Noble & Paul Clarvis - Dear Someone (Starry Starry Night) 2009

58 MINJUL 24
Comments
British Jazz Showcase - Rob Cope's Inhabited Island WAVs.

Mike Chillingworth

Ladies and gentlemen, may we present Mike Chillingworth for you amusement. One of the most prolific improvisers in London and a hugely sought after musician, Mike has forged an incredible path across the UK jazz scene. A great distributor of quavers, watch out for this man. Episode 105.

55 MINJUL 12
Comments
Mike Chillingworth
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