In The Spirit Of Duke Scottish National Jazz Orchestra TOMMY Smith and his SNJO have tackled a lot of the great jazz composers and Ellington is a favourite worth returning to.
What does SNJO stand for?
SNJO stands for Scottish National Jazz Orchestra (UK)
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Smith has been spending much of his time honing the majesty of the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra so hasn't been touring so much around the rest of the UK.
Combining the energy and passion of Eastern European folk music with the excitement and soul of improvisation, Moishe's Bagel boasts some of Scotland's best instrumentalists, drawn from the likes of Salsa Celtica, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Celtic Feet, and Scottish National Jazz Orchestra.
30pm, pounds 4 The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra Tribute To Thelonious Monk The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh (0131 473 2000), 8pm, pounds 12.
MAY 24 The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Byre Theatre, Abbey Street, St Andrews, 01334 475000, 8pm, pounds 12.
Tomorrow (Friday) there is the rare chance to hear Japanese pianist Makoto Ozone play a jazz version of Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue with the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, while on Saturday the superb Gwilym Simcock Trio is in the city.
In just one weekend Abdullah Ibrahim, Stan Tracey, The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Jerry Dammers' Spatial A.
Ryan Quigley is currently lead trumpet with the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra who are part of this year's Festival line-up.