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A summer of live jazz at The Stoller Hall and The Yard

7 June 2021

Live music is back! The Stoller Hall is reopening from Monday 7 June with weekly live jazz concerts.
The Stoller Hall in Manchester is reopening its’ doors to public audiences, with a line-up of concerts featuring live jazz, an international piano series and an autumn season of chamber music.
A summer of live jazz, in partnership with NQ Jazz and The Yard, will begin on Monday 7 June with a programme of weekly concerts.
Amongst the artists involved are multiple MOBO award-winning saxophonist and composer Soweto Kinch, seminal vocalist Norma Winstone alongside long-term collaborators Stan Sulzmann and Nikki Iles, plus Jazz FM Instrumentalist of the Year 2016, Mark Lockheart, the renowned saxophonist and bandleader who rose to prominence with the influential big band Loose Tubes.
On Monday 7 June Soweto Kinch - one of the most exciting and versatile musicians in both the British jazz and hip-hop scenes, will re-open The Stoller Hall with a special lunchtime concert and an evening performance at The Yard.
There will be Covid-19 safety measures in place throughout to keep audiences and staff safe, including NHS test and trace, social distancing and mask wearing for audiences and staff.
In partnership with NQ Jazz and The Yard. Made possible by Arts Council England’s Supporting Grassroots Live Music fund and the Haworth Charitable Trust.