Jazz gig of the week: Wynton Marsalis
Ronnie Scott's, London W1
Friday 19 July 2013
The legendary US trumpeter, band leader and champion for jazz will play two sets a night across three nights, and the second show on Tuesday night will be streamed live in HD on the club's website - a first for Ronnie's, and a remote viewers' chance for those who didn't grab the tickets that sold out within hours to see the trumpeter with his quintet featuring saxophonist Walter Blanding and Dan Nimmer on Piano, and a rhythm section of bassist Carlos Henriquez and drummer Ali Jackson. If you can get inside the room, you'll be experiencing one of the London summer's hottest tickets.
020 7439 0747; ronniescotts.co.uk, Monday to Wednesday
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