One of the rising stars of the British jazz scene is releasing a new album in April with a launch gig in Soho.
Tom Green received high praise for his first album, Skyline, which was released in 2016, and he is back with his group the Tom Green Septet for a night at the Pizza Express Jazz Club on April 21.
Following the successful Skyline, the Tom Green Septet enhanced their standing as a new youthful force in the jazz world with a much talked about concert at Wigmore Hall in central London.
The original writing and compelling ensemble arrangements confirmed them as a group of talented musicians which led to their widely acclaimed sell-out concert at The Other Palace, in the 2018 EFG London
The Tom Green Septet made their Pizza Express Jazz Club debut in another sold out concert last year, playing original compositions and new arrangements, featuring intricate emotive ensemble, playing together with towering individual improvisations.
Tom Green, on trombone, leads his band of talented young musicians on trumpet, alto and tenor saxophones, piano, double bass and drums.
Winner of the 2013 Dankworth Prize for Jazz Composition, Tom Green is also a composer and arranger described as a new rising star in the British jazz scene by Nigel Williams from Jazz FM.