Bio: Mike Hatchard's playing credits include Barbara Thompson's Paraphernalia, Tina May, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra and the London Chamber Ensemble. He read for an MA at the Royal College of Music studying piano with Peter Wallfisch and composition with Philip Cannon. He later became Matt Monro... See Full BioMore Info
When Menuhin met Grappelli. Peter Fisher is a renowned international concert violinist, and with Mike Hatchard and a swinging rhythm section they aim to recreate the entente cordiale of the celebrated pairing of two violinists who took the world by storm after being paired on the Parkinson Show. This is one of those shows that is not just informative, it puts you in a benevolent mood being cheerful, optimistic and uplifting.
Boxing Day jazz breakfasts are something of a tradition here at Ropetackle, always selling out. Mike Hatchard’s guests for this post-festive extravaganza include award winning drummer Bobby Worth and legendary saxophonist Bobby Wellins. Mike’s quintet never swings as hard as on Boxing Day, and the abundance of Christmas crackers guarantees at least a couple of new jokes into his repertoire.
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