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The Nat Steele Quartet at Lauderdale House
The Nat Steele Quartet at Lauderdale House

The Nat Steele Quartet at Lauderdale House

Part of the Jazz in the House Season

3 May 2018 | Visit website

The ever-popular Jazz in the House season takes over Highgate’s historic arts centre twice a year, with an exciting programme of top musicians performing live concert-style jazz.

The Modern Jazz Quartet were one of the most celebrated jazz groups of the 20th century. Now their sound is energetically brought back to life as vibraphone player Nat Steele pays tribute to the fiery, boppish stylings of Milt Jackson.


The Nat Steele Quartet will be playing at Lauderdale House on 3 May. Tickets: £12| £10 concession | £7 student

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