Jazz Concerts at St Mary's Church, Aylesbury


St Mary's Church
St Mary's Square
Old Town
HP20 2JJ
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31st January 2019

The Champian Fulton Trio - with special guest Robert Fowler

Champian Fulton - piano and vocals
Robert Fowler - sax
Arnie Somogyi - bass
Stephen Keogh - drums


Thursday 31st January 8.15pm
@ St. Mary The
St. Mary's Square
Aylesbury HP20 2JJ

Tickets £16.00
Under 18's £6
Tickets available from Aylesbury Music
3 Temple St, Aylesbury HP20 2RN
Tel.  01296 392225 or
Enquiries contact Frank on 07518 306552


Born in Oklahoma, Champian Fulton is an internationally acclaimed jazz pianist and vocalist, recognised by her peers and critics as distinctive and sophisticated. Her performances are invariably swinging and engaging, captivating audiences both in New York jazz clubs and at festivals, jazz clubs and concert halls the world over.

Her father, jazz trumpeter Stephen Fulton, was a protegé of the great Clark Terry. Consequently Champian grew up surrounded by music and in the company of some of the world’s most highly regarded jazz musicians.  Her first paid musical engagement was with her own band at Clark Terry’s 75th Birthday Party - she was 10 years old.

Now a leading light on the vibrant New York Jazz scene, she has performed with many of the jazz greats, including Lou Donaldson, Frank Wess, Eric Alexander, Buster Williams, and Louis Hayes. Although still in her early thirties she has recorded nine albums as a leader and enjoys a busy international touring schedule.

 Jazz Star in Downbeat Magazine Critic’s Poll, Champian’s “galvanising presence” (the New Yorker) and her alluring musical presentation have made her “a charming young steward of the mainstream Jazz tradition.” (The New York Times).

Robert Fowler is one of the UK's leading straight ahead saxophonists.
He has has worked with many bands from trio's to big bands in the British jazz scene. A longstanding member of the Pasadena Roof Orchestra he has also appeared with Great British Jazz Band, The Syd Lawrence Orchestra, Redtenbacher’s Funkestra and The BBC Big Band, he was a member of the Humphrey Lyttelton Band..and more

poster, courtesy Jazzupfront
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