Jazz Festival of the Week: Liverpool International Jazz Festival, Capstone Theatre, Liverpool
Friday 22 February 2013
The Roller Trio travel over the Pennines from Leeds to Liverpool to launch the city's first International Jazz Festival, followed by a free, late-night set from trumpeter Martin Smith's new band the Weave.
Friday has the raucous eclecticsm of Led Bib, plus a late, free set featuring GORP's "council estate prog".
Over the weekend, there's Robert Mitchell, the pianist Kit Downes and Denys Baptiste's Triumverate trio, who meld familiar songs into new soundscapes. Courtney Pine closes the festival with a band drawn from Africa, Europe and the Caribbean.
(0151 291 3578; thecapstonetheatre.com) Thur to 2 Mar
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