The Dominic Alldis Trio explores the meeting point of two worlds: classical music and jazz. Taking inspiration from the Jacques Loussier Trio, Bill Evans Trio, Dave Brubeck Quartet and the Modern Jazz Quartet, the trio brings a fresh and contemporary approach to famous themes from classical music, opera, and folk songs. Their concerts appeal to both classical and jazz audiences who enjoy chamber music, jazz and the timeless art of improvisation.
Previous engagements have included concerts at the South Bank Centre, Elgar Room RAH, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Athenaeum Club, Birley Arts Centre, Chelsea Arts Club, Pizza Express Jazz Club, Clapham Omnibus, The Forge, Menuhin Hall, Cranleigh School, Riverhouse Barn, The Stables, St. James's Piccadilly, Ashford Music Society, Berkhamsted Jazz Club, Chipping Sodbury Music Society, Dumfries Music Club, Leighton Buzzard Music Club, Moffat Music Society, Sutton Valance Music Society, London Jazz Festival, Amersham Festival, Oundle Festival, Mayfield Festival, Chipping Norton Music Festival, Newbury Spring Festival, Frome Festival and Buxton International Festival.
Their next series of concerts will celebrate the musical legacy of the French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier who passed away in 2019.
The trio is available for concerts at music venues, festivals, music societies, churches and schools.
Listen to extracts from their latest recording: Dominic Alldis Trio plays Donizetti, Chopin & Bach.
Their previous album Praeludium featured jazz interpretations of Bach, Fauré, Pachelbel, Satie, Bizet, Dvorak, Borodin, Chopin and Bartok.
The trio are Selected Artists in the 2019-20 Concert Promoters Guide.