Customer comments from recent workshops. 


"The children were enthralled by the music and accompanying patter" 


Favourite part of the show was "the range of music covered". 


"Fab, fun learning experience"


Tony Larner 

Head Teacher, Hartpury Primary




"The show was well planned with variety which informed the children clearly about the history of Jazz, and demonstrated the musical styles in a suitably concise and interesting way" 


"Loved hearing live jazz music brought to life by accomplished musicians and watching the enthusiastic reactions of an attentive audience of 5 to 11 year old children as well as staff (age unknown!). Expertly led and good rapport with the audience"


"Great to keep a mixed audience entertained and informed for a

good length of time"


(Would you recommend JazzClass to another school?)


"Definitely.. we had expected to take our younger children out od the session after 20 minutes but they loved it and maintained concentration for the complete session. Many thanks to all concerned"


"Varied, informative, educational and entertaining"


Tracy Smith

School Administrator, Stratton

C of E Primary




"The show was very interesting and allowed great participation from the children.

Favourite part was the great questions asked to the children"


"Fun, entertaining, loud and uplifting!"


Rachel, School Administrator,

Ann Cam C of E Primary, Dymock




(Last updated 28 Feb 2013)





Listings of JazzClass events around the region.


As part of a successful pilot project for Gloucester Music Service in January, the JazzClass tutors visited ten primary schools, bringing their music and humour to children of all ages! Please see our new Feedback column for their comments!


The JazzClass tutors are performing together as part of the SVENGALI big-band at the 'Red Lion' pub in the Jewellry Quarter, Birmingham on Friday the 15th of March at 7.30 pm. We hope to see you there!


Please check back for details of future projects, including a big-band all-day workshop.



 (Last updated 25 Feb 2013)


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