Reviews

Thank you so much once again for such an enjoyable concert yesterday evening in St Leonard’s Church.  Our audience was greatly appreciative of your imaginative and stylish piano trio arrangements of classical themes and nursery rhymes.  This was a chamber jazz recital at its most refined with splendidly sensitive playing also by Andrew Cleyndert on double bass and Martin France on drums.  Please pass on to them my considerable appreciation for their contributions to a delightful entertainment...
Brinley Hughes, Artistic Director
St. Leonard's Church, Hythe
The Dominic Alldis Trio was one of the highlights of our Concert Series. Their repertoire of improvisations on well-known classical melodies and jazz classics was perfectly judged for appreciation by a wide audience and was both innovative and approachable - inspired by, but not a slave to, the great jazz trios of the past. Slick and consummately professional, they are wholeheartedly recommended...
Marcus Pashley, Director of Music
Cranleigh School
Dominic Alldis Trio gave an excellent concert at Birley Arts performing a well chosen and engaging programme of clever and original arrangements of classical themes.  Top quality playing from the three musicians kept our audience thoroughly entertained..!
Dan Jordan, Artistic Director
Birley Arts Centre, Eastbourne
I write on behalf of the Sutton Valence Music Society to thank for VERY much for a wonderful evening last night.  Several of our audience declared it to be the best concert of our season.  For myself, I found it ‘delicate’, a strange adjective to use, but I expect you will know what I mean.  Our thanks to you all, for a superlative evening of musicianship...
Patricia Stileman, Artistic Director
Sutton Valence Music Society
The ‘Jazz meets Classical’ concert by the Dominic Alldis Trio was fantastic.  The arrangements gave me a totally new and fresh perspective on classical pieces I’d been listening to for years ...
David McCleery, Artistic Director
St. James's Piccadilly
This was a stimulating musical experience, quite different from what our concertgoers are used to hearing and was a welcome new take on the Classics...
Virginia Harding, Artistic Director
Dulwich Picture Gallery
It has a simplicity and sincerity rare these days in the hustle and bustle of the record industry demanding a certain crash, bang, wallop approach... 
Stephen Graham, Marlbank and former editor of JazzWise
Jazzwise
These relics plucked from childhood are like slices of Proustian madeleine cake that unlock wistful memories and associations...
Philip Clark
Jazz Journalist
****Dominic Alldis plays piano with a light, elegant touch and his imaginative arrangements of such traditional tunes render the songs fresh and contemporary...
Alison Kerr
The Scotsman
A truly enthralling programme outside the normal mould of a Moffat Music Society concert, inviting an explosion of applause…
Martin Harrison, Chairman
Moffat Music Society, Scotland
It was a wonderful concert, a hybrid of classical music and jazz, performed by three very talented musicians; it was an excellent evening...
Maxine Windsor, Former President
Dumfries Music Club