Late night events, Music, Contemporary

29 events

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Jordan Murray

Scottish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Malone's Irish Bar, Edinburgh

Fri 22 May

Free / 0131 226 5954

Sat 6 Jun

Free / 0131 226 5954

Fri 12 Jun

Free / 0131 226 5954

…and 2 more dates until 26 Jun

Lost Map Showcase

Lost Map Records show off the best of their roster.

PJ Molloys, Dunfermline

Fri 22 May

£5.95 / 01383 729790

More Sax Before Midnight

Royal Over-Seas League Heady musical cocktail of Fitkin, Nyman, Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos served by master mixologists Huw Wiggin (saxophone) and James Sherlock (piano). Can they top last year’s sell-out show? Plus guests Quattro. Includes glass of wine beforehand. www.rosl.org.uk.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Thu 20 Aug

Princes Suite

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The Blas Collective

'Folk flavoured sessions' from this collective led by Jenn Butterworth.

Bloc+, Glasgow

Mon 25 May

Free / 0141 574 6066

Cole Porter Classics Late

Matthew Sharp cello/vocal, Viv McLean piano Night and Day, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Everytime You Say Goodbye. Pianist Viv McLean with Matthew Sharp cello/vocalist pay tribute to Cole Porter and great music theatre lyricist/composers. Includes glass of wine beforehand. www.rosl.org.uk.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Thu 27 Aug

Princes Suite

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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The Dave Luvin Group

The Salford-based American bassist and his accompanying musicians performs contemporary jazz.

Matt And Phred's, Manchester

Tue 30 Jun

Free / 0161 831 7002

Dave O'Higgins Quartet

Contemporary jazz from the saxophonist and his accompanying musicians.

Wigmore Hall, London W1U

Fri 29 May

Free / 020 7935 2141

Jazz Standards Late

Brigitte Beraha vocal John Paul Muir piano Stylish musical nightcap. Already a fixture in new generation London jazz scene, vocalist Brigitte Beraha with pianist John Paul Muir bring their sophisticated take on great jazz standards to 100 Princes Street. Wine or craft beer and platter of Scottish tapas included.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Mon 24 Aug

Restaurant 100

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Wed 26 Aug

Restaurant 100

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Fri 28 Aug

Restaurant 100

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen

The multi-instrumentalist performs contemporary jazz with his accompanying musicians.

Ronnie Scott's, London W1D

Fri 21 Aug

£35–£55 / 020 7439 0747

Sat 22 Aug

£35–£55 / 020 7439 0747

Love and Death Late

Royal Over-Seas League Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet, Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, and the obsessive passion of Janacek’s Intimate letters: a lethal late night musical potion with Stephen de Pledge (piano) and Zelkova Quartet. Includes glass of wine beforehand. www.rosl.org.uk.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Tue 11 Aug

Princes Suite

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Mr McFall's Chamber: Viva Tango!

Mr McFall's Chamber in big-band form brings music straight from the South American bordellos.

Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow

Fri 5 Jun

£10–£12 / 0141 357 4000

Part of Cottier Chamber Project.

Nick Colionne & Marion Meadows

Guitarist Nick Colionne and saxophonist Meadows perform smooth jazz with keyboardist Oli Silk, bassist Phil Mulford and drummer Westley Joseph.

Pizza Express Jazz Club, London W1D

Fri 29 May

£29.50; £32.50 / 020 7437 9595

Sat 30 May

£29.50; £32.50 / 020 7437 9595

Peter King Quintet

The veteran saxophonist gives a performance of contemporary jazz with bebop elements.

606 Club, London SW10

Sat 6 Jun

£12 / 020 7352 5953

Quentin Collins Quartet

Contemporary jazz by the trumpeter with his accompanying band.

Ronnie Scott's, London W1D

Fri 22 May

£12; £10 adv ( £6) / 020 7439 0747

Wed 3 Jun

£12; £10 adv ( £6) / 020 7439 0747

Fri 5 Jun

£12; £10 adv ( £6) / 020 7439 0747

Wed 10 Jun

£12; £10 adv ( £6) / 020 7439 0747

Ruby Zajac

'Her voice has a sultry, husky undertone, and her lyrics are filled with witty metaphors which make her songs both playful yet touching at the same time' (CamCreatives.co.uk). Raised in Scotland's vibrant folk milieu, Ruby Zajac is an emerging songwriter with thoughtful, memorable songs. Accompanying herself on guitar…

Acoustic Music Centre @ St Brides, Edinburgh

Wed 26 Aug

Back Room

£7 (£5) / 0131 668 2019

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Shostakovich Late

Royal Over-Seas League Prepare to be amazed by QUATTRO cello quartet from New Zealand, in their brilliant transcription of Shostakovich’s searing 8th quartet. Pianist Alexander Soares explores the transcendental musical visions of Dutilleux and Messiaen. Includes glass of wine beforehand. www.rosl.org.uk.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Tue 18 Aug

Princes Suite

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

A Songwriters' Circle

Kirsten Adamson, Alan R Davison, Douglas Kay Three of Scotland's finest singer/songwriters come together to perform their songs, collaborate and chat about the inspirations and processes behind their songwriting. A unique chance to enjoy Douglas Kay: 'Thoughtful and passionate songwriting' (Scotland on Sunday), Alan R…

The Jazz Bar, Edinburgh

Thu 13 Aug

Partially Seated

£9 (£7) / 0131 220 4298

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Stravinsky Late

Royal Over-Seas League Four hands – two pianos – one flute. Dynamic Francoise-Green piano duo with flute diva Charlotte Ashton weave a dazzling late night musical tapestry of Ligeti, Messiaen and Stravinsky. Includes glass of wine beforehand. www.rosl.org.uk.

Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh

Thu 13 Aug

Princes Suite

£12 (£10) / 0131 225 1501

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Stuart McCallum

Jazz guitarist and composer who's worked with John Surman, Kenny Wheeler and Gwilym Simcock, and who has a regular gig with Cinematic Orchestra.

Matt And Phred's, Manchester

Wed 17 Jun

Free / 0161 831 7002

Tue 7 Jul

Free / 0161 831 7002

Wed 19 Aug

Free / 0161 831 7002

Tête à Tête: Ebb

Opera Room return to Tete-a-Tete with the world premiere of Ebb.

The New Diorama Theatre, London NW1

Sat 25 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 0844 209 0344

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Tete a Tete: Ex Ponto

Set on Mount Etna before Empedocle's death, the action is between him, Pausania and Manes.

Kings Place, London N1

Thu 6 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7520 1490

Fri 7 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7520 1490

Tete a Tete: Madness Game

The politics of a psychiatric ward are dissected in this 'clever and witty' opera.

RADA, London WC1E

Tue 28 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7908 4800

Wed 29 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7908 4800

The Royal Academy Of Dramatic Arts, GBS Theatre, London WC1E

Tue 28 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7908 4800

Wed 29 Jul

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7908 4800

Tete a Tete: The Electrictionary

Tete a Tete: The Electrictionary explores progress and class with a diverse score.

Kings Place, London N1

Thu 6 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7520 1490

Fri 7 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7520 1490

Tete a Tete: The Franklin Effect

A unique collaboration amongst women scientists and composers has created 'The Franklin Effect' a work exploring the controversial 'photo 51', an X ray image taken in 1951 that played a key role in developing understanding of the structure of DNA.

RADA Studios, London WC1E

Sat 1 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7307 5060

Tete a Tete: Thousand Furs

Tete a Tete: Thousand Furs explores life before Cinderella's pumpkins and fairy godmothers.

Kings Place, London N1

Thu 6 Aug

£9.50; £7.50 adv; £5 early bird / 020 7520 1490