jambone

jambone

(dʒæmˈbəʊn)
n
(Card Games) obsolete a lone hand in euchre that is played while a player's cards are exposed on the table
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And if homegrown brass takes your fancy, you can catch the excellent Jambone, one of the region's top youth jazz ensembles, at 7pm on January 18 in Sage Two.
If the International Jazz Festival is one success story at the Sage, another is Jambone, the youth jazz ensemble which is as old as the venue.
The festival will be working with Jazz North East to present Women in Jazz - one of them will be local singer Zoe Gilby - and local artists will also be performing on the Sage concourse during the festival which will culminate in a slot by its youth ensemble Jambone.
Teenage jazz band Jambone, based at the Sage Gateshead, strutted their stuff in the Westminster offices of Portcullis House, playing alongside renowned trombonist and composer Rick Taylor.
The excellent 13-strong Folkestra played their traditional music with ease and confidence to a packed Northern Rock Foundation Hall, Jambone filled the concourse with their jazz and kraut rock duo Warm Digits upped the volume with their own brand of new electronic music, including a version of Greg Lake's I Believe in Father Christmas.
Ryan Quigley and Paul Towndrow started rehearsals with Jambone, one of The Sage's youth ensembles from the Young Musicians Programme.
Last weekend the Brazilians joined members of the Sage's regional youth ensembles, Jambone and Folkestra, to offer tuition in choro music, instrumental form of Brazilian pop music involving a mix of instruments and characterised by virtuosity and improvisation.
TOP TUNE: Simon Dennis from the Jambone Big Band plays his trumpet on The Sage
Among the other leading jazz artists, Jambone have performed with in recent years are Andy Sheppard, Guy Barker, Tim Garland, the Jazz Jamaica All Stars and The Preservation Hall Band.
The key events, however, see the Sage's youth orchestra, Jambone, alongside the Guy Barker Jazz Orchestra in the afternoon and BBC Radio 3 broadcaster, Alyn Shipton in conversation with saxophonist, Joshua Redman (once described as "the most perfect saxophonist alive today") and Sheila Jordan.
Jambone provide the backing accompaniment to Rick Taylor
Prior to that, afternoon participants include Tim Garland, Gwilym Simcock and Asaf Sirkis, the Sage's big band, Jambone, a pre-concert talk between the BBC's Alyn Shipton and Gil and another late-night session in Hall 2, led by Acoustic Ladyland.