Hi Friends
I am not giving you much notice about this one, but sometimes that works well.
I do hope you can come.
The Jet Collective is going to perform our new piece of music “JetStream” this Sunday July 28th 2013 in the wonderful space of Winster’s Church. The acoustics and atmosphere are beautiful and the initial rendition of this music got rapturous approval.

CONCERT IN WINSTER CHURCH BY JET COLLECTIVE – This Sunday July 28th at 7.30 pm for about an hour and a half.

Jet Collective performs the exciting new piece – JetStream – in the Church of St John the Baptist, Winster, on Sunday 28th July 2013, at 7.30 pm.
Jet Collective includes Winster’s Steve Salfield on saxophones, and his excellent musician friends: Reg Clegg guitars and bass and voice, Paul Biggins keyboard, guitar and bass, Karen Clegg voice, keyboard, flutes, Simon Beckett percussion, Clive Loveday drums.

The group of professional jazz musicians will get together for the weekend of July 27th and 28th to enhance and enlarge JetStream, a new piece of music inspired by the weather, which they first performed in May and which they will perform on the Sunday evening.

Reviews of JetStream: Geoff Dalton of Winster (not an easy man to please): “This music by the Jet Collective deserves to be played in major concert halls anywhere in the world. The composition and performance was world class and deserves to be widely heard.”
Judy Hinsliff of Winster; “Once again, I’ve been unable to come and hear you. But I did hear a rave review from someone, a relative newcomer to the village, who came on Sunday evening. Given that she thought she didn’t really like jazz or the idea of extemporization, she was ‘blown away.’”

JetStream follows Jet Collective’s successful Derbyshire Suite which was created in the same way in 2011 and performed to great acclaim during 2011 and 2012 and released on CD. Listen to The Derbyshire Suite at

The acoustics and atmosphere of Winster Church provide a stunning venue for this concert.
Tickets £6/£3 for children from Carolyn at Winster Post Office, or steve 01629 650183, or on the door. (Please bring your own refreshments)

All the best

Steve Salfield
01629 650183
07753 108011

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