Produced By: Mark Hale

All That Jazz presents… Sam Braysher

11 Nov 2021
11 Nov, 20:00

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This month The Place continues the ‘All That Jazz’ concert series which brings musicians from across the U.K for an evening of music curated by drummer Mark Hale.

Join us on November 11th as Alto Saxophonist Sam Braysher will be the next guest to be featured in our monthly concert series ‘All That Jazz’.

Sam received international critical acclaim for his debut album, Golden Earrings (Fresh Sound New Talent Records, 2017), a duo recording with NYC pianist Michael Kanan, with the Observer awarding it four stars and a number of jazz journalists selecting it in their ‘Best of 2017’ lists. His latest album sees him joined by a truly world-class rhythm section of Catalan drummer and vibraphonist Jorge Rossy, and double bassist Tom Farmer. Dance Little Lady, Dance Little Man (UNIT Records) released on 22 April 2021.

Born in 1989, alto saxophonist Sam Braysher studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 2011 with First Class Honours. He was also an Artist Fellow at the School and a Chartered Surveyors’ Prize winner.

Based in East London, he now maintains a busy freelance career playing saxophone and occasional clarinet across a wide variety of music, including early jazz and swing, straight-ahead and more contemporary styles of jazz.  He has recently been heard as a sideman with musicians and bands including ECM artist John Warren’s Nonet, Elaine Delmar, Barry Green Sextet and Quartet, a co-led quartet with trumpeter Miguel Gorodi and and REBOP – a collaborative international quintet that features Rossy on vibraphone.

This evening Sam will be joined by Double Bassist Asaph Tal & Drummer Mark Hale.

Please visit to find out more about Sam and to hear his music.

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