Georgetown University in Washington, DC has issued a call for papers for their upcoming conference, running from March 11-15, 2020.
Welcome to DESUK
The Duke Ellington Society UK’s purpose is to further the study, appreciation and dissemination of the music of Edward Kennedy ‘Duke’ Ellington.
We meet regularly in London to listen and socialise, and new arrivals are always welcome.
Our house publication Blue Light is released quarterly. The content is wide ranging and we are fortunate to have amongst our members jazz authors, journalists and critics, and equally fortunate to have many enthusiastic members who, because of their own deep interest, have become expert in particular niches of Ellingtonia.
AGM 2024 - At Last!
We’re planning on having an Annual General Meeting on Saturday the 18th of May, at the Model Railway Club in central London. More details closer to the time. Please come along and get involved if you can - it’s fun, honest!
DESUK TV: Uptown Lockdown
Episodes are available on YouTube.
For more details on how to view and participate, or to make a donation to support the show, are on the Uptown Lockdown page.
Chat to us
We’re chatting online using Discord - join us at https://discord.gg/efQNUMa.
Got a gig coming up with an Ellington element? Pop us an email and we can publicise via our website.
Many of our members are musicians who perform Ellington material: * Frank Griffith: saxophonist, clarinettist, composer and educator. Find out more at www.frankgriffith.co.uk. * Quentin Bryar plays for the Louisiana Rhythm Kings. See louisianarhythmkings.co.uk.
Harmony In Harlem
Three concerts to look forward to! * Cambridge Saturday 23rd March * Ely Sat 15th June 2024 * Harlow Sun 13th October 2024
More details on the website: https://www.harmonyinharlem.co.uk/