Jazz pianist David Newton at Maltings Arts Theatre, St Albans

10:06 22 March 2014

David Newton

David Newton

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Multiple award-winner on the British jazz scene, pianist David Newton, is performing the second concert in a series at the Maltings Arts Theatre in St Albans next Saturday, March 29.

Jazz Pianists’ Spring: A Special Trilogy is presented by Fansofstan, the locally-based group set up to honour the late Stan Tracey, and it got underway with a performance from The Leon Greening Trio last month

David Newton will be playing from 8pm with trumpeter and flugelhorn player Martin Shaw, bassist Alec Dankworth and drummer Sebastiaan De Krom.

Tickets are £14, online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/ovo, by telephone on 0844 8700 887, and in person at the Tourist & Information Centre at the Town Hall.

The final strand of Jazz Pianists’ Spring is Saturday, April 26, with a visit from Reuben James.

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