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Delivered by Tomorrow’s Warriors’ incredible Music Leaders, The Jazz Hang @ Trinity Laban is a series of regular sessions of informal and practical jazz learning.

Aimed at 11-16 year old musicians from a variety of diverse backgrounds who are interested in learning more about Jazz. Young Black and female musicians are particularly welcomed.

The London Jazz Scene is on fire right now with artists like Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia and Moses Boyd tearing it up at festivals and on TV, and performing around the world.

Trinity Laban has teamed up with Tomorrow’s Warriors to deliver The Jazz Hang. The Jazz Hang is aimed at young musicians aged 11-16 who are at an early stage in their engagement with Jazz and want to learn more about it, but don’t know where to start. After a series of taster sessions in Autumn 2020, delivered by Tomorrow’s Warriors’ incredible Music Leaders, the Jazz Hang is now happening weekly with a core group of young musicians on board.


The Jazz Hang Masterclass @ Trinity Laban with Tomorrow’s Warriors
Sunday 23 May, 13:00 – 16:30
King Charles Court

Open to all young musicians, leading tutors from both Tomorrow’s Warriors and Trinity Laban join forces to deliver a Jazz Hang Masterclass afternoon, where you can explore jazz and find your sound with improvisation.

You will be learning from the very best on the scene including MOBO-nominee Camilla George, in-demand session trombonist Richard Henry, award-winning saxophonist and composer Josephine Davies, and renowned pianist and educator Diân Gasper. Skill up on your jazz harmony knowledge, ensemble playing and improvisation.

This Masterclass is open to ALL young musicians aged 11-16 who are curious about jazz and are Grade 3 or equivalent on their instrument. Applications are especially encouraged from Black and female young musicians. The Masterclass will be free to attend.

To apply to take part, please complete our online application form by Tuesday 4 May.

There will be a further Jazz Hang Masterclass on Sunday 11 July.

If you have any questions, please contact L&PEnquiries@trinitylaban.ac.uk