Brewin Dolphin sponsors Marlborough Jazz Festival for eighth year running
Myles Palmer, divisional director of Brewin Dolphin said: “The Marlborough International Jazz Festival began in 1986, and like them, Brewin Dolphin has a history that we are proud of. It is our 250th anniversary this year and we are delighted to be celebrating it by again sponsoring this amazing festival. "This most prestigious and historic festival always proves to be a great success, attracting jazz lovers from across the world. We are thrilled to be associated with the Marlborough International Jazz Festival and being able to continue to build this partnership”
The Brewin Dolphin Marlborough International Jazz Festival this weekend, and is expected to be the biggest yet.
Highlights include Britain’s top jazz singer, Clare Teal, Sarah Gillespie, the Azerbaijani virtuoso pianist, Amina Figurova and Darius Brubeck, a member of one of the Royal Families of Jazz.
At the last count, 18 nationalities were represented and the winners of every possible jazz award. Old favourites Gilad Atzman, Big Man Clayton, Chris Jagger, the Jive Aces, the Red Stripe Band and Pete Allen are amongst some 100 bands on show.
Around the festival may be found such well-established British jazz stars as Richard Bryant, Dave Green, John Crittenson, Ian Bateman, Julian Marc Stringle, Derek Nash, Clark Tracey, Steve Kershaw, Enrico Tomaso and Bobby Wellins.
The Brewin Dolphin Group manages over £25 billion of funds for over 130,000 private clients and of this £17.3 billion is on a discretionary basis. BD has 41 offices throughout the UK and the Channel Islands.