EFG London Jazz Festival

The EFG London Jazz Festival is the capital's largest music festival, which takes place annually every November.

Produced by Serious, the festival trail blazes pretty well all of London's key arts spaces during its 10 day tenure and draws deeply from an international wealth of musicians and artists. EFG London Jazz Festival is widely acknowledged for showcasing a stellar mix of talent from world-class artists to emerging stars - the festival successfully bridges jazz to a broader, music loving audience. Also offering nearly a third of its programme for free, many performances and highlights are truly democratised.

As EFGLJF’s official photographer since 2008, I've documented countless artistic high points from large scale productions at the Barbican and the Royal Festival Hall through to late night jams at Ronnie Scott's and masterclass workshops across the city.

 Miles Mosley, Scala

Gipsy Kings, Royal Festival Hall

Snarky Puppy, Roundhouse

Ayanna Witter-Johnson, 606 Club

Marcus Miller, Royal Festival Hall

Splice, Kings Place

Postmodern Jukebox, Royal Festival Hall

Gazelle Twin & NYX, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Nérija, Ray's Jazz

Greg Spero, EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)

Maisha, Ghost Notes

James Francies, Clore Ballroom

Daniel Casimir, EartH (Hackney Arts Centre)

Cassius Cobbson, The Crystal

Christian Scott, Electric Ballroom

Jaga Jazzist, Royal Festival Hall

Jumoké Fashola, Royal Festival Hall

Stubbleman, Purcell Room

Mika Kallio, Clore Ballroom

Splice, Kings Place

Robert Glasper & Laura Mvula, Barbican


Yvette Ruby-Williams, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Kansas Smitty's House Band, Shoreditch Town Hall

Chassol, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Imelda May, Bermondsey

Francesco Tristano, Royal Festival Hall

Jason Moran, Milton Court Concert Hall

Joe Webb & Rob Luft, Clore Ballroom

Jay Phelps, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Robert Glasper Experiment, KOKO

Arun Ghosh, Rich Mix 

Gregory Porter, Barbican

Sheila Maurice-Grey, Ray's Jazz

Robert Glasper & Jason Moran, Royal Festival Hall

Christian Scott, Rich Mix

Dee Dee Bridgewater & Guy Barker, Barbican

Keith Tippett, Southbank Centre


Ramon Valle, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Wayne Shorter, Barbican

Christian Scott, Royal Festival Hall

Peter Ind, Southbank Centre

Esperanza Spalding, Royal Festival Hall

Melody Gardot, Barbican

De Jongens Driest, Greenwich

Max Reinhardt, Purcell Room

Nik Bärtsch, Greenwich

Alison Krauss, Royal Festival Hall

Lucinda Belle, Barbican

Oren Marshall, Ronnie Scott's

Shingai Shoniwa, Barbican

Creole Choir of Cuba, Royal Stratford Theatre

Juliette Gréco, Royal Festival Hall

Seaming To & Matthew Bourne, Queen Elizabeth Hall

Neil Cowley, ICA

Christian Scott, Morpeth School

Paolo Angeli, Ronnie Scott's

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