Admission prices are


£5.50 (Concession)
£3 (Students’ Union Members & Schoolchildren)

Concerts commence at 8:30pm


The Farmers Arms

The Waen

Near St Asaph


North Wales

LL17 0DY


The Farmers Arms is an 18th century country inn offering good food and drink in comfortable surroundings. On jazz nights, meals are served from 5.30pm, so why not come early and relax

before the concert?

To reserve a table, call the Farmers Arms on

01745 582190.

The Farmers Arms is situated in the Vale of Clwyd

one and a half miles off the A55 Expressway
(Exit at Junction 28 and follow the sign for Trefnant)

For further information telephone 01745 812260

Wednesday 11 February / Dydd Mercher 11 Chwefror


The vocals led SUZANNE MOTT QUINTET brings together five leading musicians, including one of the finest young trumpet players on the scene, JAMIE BROWNFIELD, and keyboardist

TOM KINCAID. With swing, ballads and Latin sounds all featured, you can look forward to

hearing a wide repertoire of jazz classics, including interpretations of some of the greatest songs

of the 20th century from composers such as George Gershwin,

Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and Duke Ellington.


SUZANNE MOTT is one of the new wave of jazz singers who firmly believes in the

quality of her music. She started singing at an early age and gained much experience on the

musical theatre and concert stage. Suzanne has played many leading roles, including that of

Gertrude Lawrence, for which she was critically acclaimed at the Buxton and Edinburgh Fringe

Festivals. Heavily influenced by greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and

Sarah Vaughan, she is also a keen fan of contemporary singers such as

Diana Krall, Stacey Kent and Claire Martin.


The quintet's trumpet player, Jamie Brownfield, was performing jazz in public by the age of

twelve, guesting wherever he could at local jazz clubs. Still in his early twenties, as co-leader of

the acclaimed Brownfield-Byrne Quintet (BBQ) and the Brownfield-Byrne Hot 6, he has made

a name for himself playing all styles of jazz from be-bop to New Orleans. A popular figure on

the jazz circuit, guesting with numerous bands including TJ Johnson's Bourbon Kick,

Beats 'n' Pieces Big B and The Merseysippi Jazz Band, Jamie was a winner at the 2012

British Jazz Awards in the 'Rising Star' category.


Sought after for his swinging piano style, Tom Kincaid has become the first choice of many

touring artists and bandleaders, performing recently with jazz saxophonists Art Themen and

Scott Hamilton, as well as his childhood hero, rock 'n' roll legend Shakin' Stevens. Tom has

also played on many occasions with Alan Barnes, Roy Williams, Karen Sharp, Bruce Adams,

Wendell Brunious and Lucien Barbarin to name but a few. He appears in prestigious venues

worldwide such as the 100 club, the Savoy, the Ritz, New York’s Lions Den, and various

international jazz and blues festivals.


Completing the line-up of the Suzanne Mott Quintet are two first rate musicians,