Reiss Ellis Beckles Quintet


Date: 3 December 2024
End Date: 3 December 2024
Type: open

TIME: 8.00 – 11.00PM



Reiss Ellis Beckles – Alto Sax
Billy Marrows – Guitar
Rowan Hudson – Piano
Tom Riviere – Double Bass
Mark Andrew Hale – Drum Kit

Debuting at East Side Jazz Club, alto saxophonist Reiss Ellis Beckles will be making his debut as a band leader here playing original compositions which feature on his new album ‘World’s Apart’.

Dive into a evening filled with mesmerizing melodies, captivating rhythms and serene sounds from a young yet mature Jazz ensemble. Whether you’re have been following this band for some time or new to their music, this is a concert you won’t want to miss!

Reiss Ellis Beckles is a dynamic saxophonist, composer, and educator based in London, Reiss epitomizes versatility and diversity, seamlessly traversing genres from jazz to pop to hip hop with finesse and flair.

A graduate of the esteemed Trinity Laban Conservatoire Of Music and Dance, Reiss honed his craft in jazz performance and composition, earning a degree that served as a springboard for his development in the music world.

Seeking further musical enlightenment, he ventured across the pond to New York’s Aaron Copland School Of Music, Queens College, where he attained his Masters in Jazz Performance under the mentorship of luminaries such as Antonio Hart, Jeb Patton, and David Berkman, among others.

Throughout his illustrious career, Reiss has graced stages alongside a constellation of stars, including Halsey, Jessie J, and Robin Thicke, while sharing musical wisdom with legends like Jimmy Heath and John Faddis.

From the intimate ambiance of Smalls Jazz Club to the iconic stages of Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Reiss’s performances have captivated audiences worldwide.

Beyond his prowess as a performer, Reiss is a dedicated educator, nurturing the next generation of musical talents and imparting invaluable wisdom to aspiring musicians.

With each note he plays and every melody he crafts, Reiss Ellis Beckles continues to explore the boundaries of his musical expression.

He brings with him a young , but experienced , quintet