Jazz Factory Online Sep2020

Welcome to the Jazz Factory website. We are a self-funding workshop open to all, offering members a chance to play and sing all styles of jazz. We welcome and cater for players of all levels of experience and ability.

We were delighted to maintain our musical community in the Summer term 2020 with a highly successful Jazz factory Online. Have a look at what we got up to HERE

Sessions take place using an online platform called Zoom. You can either download their app or use it directly on your browser. Zoom help video is here. Click here to go to DATES & FEES.

Jazz Factory ONLINE AUTUMN TERM 2020

Monday 14th September – Monday 19th October,

Subscription – £


The sessions are led by our fantastic group leaders, Mike Daniels – trumpet, Rachel Kerry – piano, Ross Hughes – saxophone

  • Meet Monday evenings at 7.30-9.30pm (join from 7.15pm)
  • Two interactive webinars given by the tutors. We have a selection of interesting topics that will be presented
  • Resources such as ‘handouts’ and backing tracks that will link up with our core repertoire for the term.
  • Live performance opportunities within the main sessions. We are planning to get more interaction in the online sessions.
  • Opportunity for one to ones arranged directly with tutors – (supplement £39 for 60 min lesson)
  • All members can join our Jazz Factory Online Lounge (Private Facebook group)
  • Virtual performance opportunities
  • The website has been updated with a password-protected Online Members Page. On receiving your payment we will share the password with you 

We are no longer holding vocal sessions as part of Jazz Factory. We are delighted to announce Emma Harris will be continuing to offer jazz singing sessions on Wednesday evenings and has launched, Sing Jazz Frome. Go to the Facebook page HERE for more info, or contact Emma directly, emma@emmasings.com

Have a look at Monday night at the Jazz Factory Online

‘A wonderful initiative and valuable educational resource expertly led by enthusiastic and committed educators.’ Clive Stephens (student)