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Pangbourne Jazz Club  Jazz@PJC

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Tickets for Pangbourne Jazz Concerts


Tickets for the next month end concert are available now from Skiddle - please follow the Buy tickets link on our home page for the next concert.


For future concerts please be aware that these come on sale within a few days following the next concert. This is just to ensure we can confirm the artists availability and guarantee, as much as is reasonable,

that you purchase tickets for the events you wish to come to.


Welcome to Jazz@PJC, Pangbourne Jazz Club!

The Pangbourne Jazz Club was formed by Keith Howard and Terry Hutchins in March 2016 to bring National and International Jazz artists to Berkshire and continues from May 2022 renewed after the hiatus of the global pandemic.


Jazz@PJC is a monthly Jazz Club. We have great guest artists from all over the UK on the first Sunday of each month between February and December.  Great atmosphere, great audience, great guests - please come down and enjoy the Jazz.


The club's official website is at  If you wish to get in touch, please either email or message us via our Facebook Page

Guest artists will be supported by the Jazz@PJC house band - Terry Hutchins Quartet.

Terry Hutchins - Founder, MD & Guitar

Andy Crowdy - Bass

Brian Greene - Drums

Jim Pollard - Piano

Our Founders

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Keith Howard - PJC Founder - Bass

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Terry Hutchins - PJC Founder - Guitars


Jazz@PJC 2022 - Artists and Band

Thank you to all the artists who have played at Pangbourne Jazz Club and special thanks to the members of the house band:


Andy Crowdy - Bass, Jim Pollard - Piano, As well as to our deputies: John Deemer - Bass, Rob Levy - Bass and Maff Potts - Piano.


May: Stuart Henderson Trumpet, Flugel Horn and Mark Aston Saxophones

June: Art Themen, Saxophones

July: John Thirkell, Trumpets

August: Alan Grahame, Vibes and Percussion and Ken McCarthy, Piano

Sept: Alan Barnes, Saxophones

October: Julie Maguire, Vocals

November: Mark Nightingale, rombone

December: Andy Dickens, Trumpet and Flugel Horn and Al Nicholls, Saxes

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