NYJO Presents is back for another series! For round two we’re pairing seasoned pro’s with up and coming, young talent to explore the works of three undisputed jazz icons!
Orphy Robinson MBE expands on his first written account of the Caribbean influence on jazz and wider UK society, with an extended article exclusively for NYJO on Windrush Day 2021.
“Bulletproof” the brand-new album from Barbara Thompson’s Paraphernalia and NYJO is out today!
Check out our latest interview with rising star of the UK jazz scene and upcoming NYJO Presents artist, saxophonist Emma Rawicz!
Before her upcoming NYJO Presents livestream at Ronnie Scott’s, saxophonist and NYJO band-member Asha Parkinson kindly took some time to talk music, activism and confirm her love of cheese.
We are are thrilled to announce the arrival of SIX new members to the NYJO family from July 2021! Read our official statement below to find out more.
30 March 1970 provided the music world with one of the most provocative and extraordinary album ever recorded. It’s Miles Davis’ “Bitches Brew”.
NYJO Alumna and former member of Ivy Benson’s barrier-busting all-girl jazz-band, Gill Burgoyne, talked to us back in 2015.
Three nations. Three jazz bands. Three incredible performances!
NYJO Ambassadors record digital workshop for Deal Music & Arts