More music for Marlborough

Details of the latest musicians to grace this year's Festival:

Eduardo Niebla Experience

Spanish guitarist and composer Eduardo Niebla fuses flamenco jazz with Arab, Indian, Latin and classical influences to create a truly exhilarating musical experience.

Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Express

Founded in 2000, the Orient House Ensemble combines Gilad’s Coltrane influenced bop artistry with his Middle-Eastern roots – and the results are breathtaking.

Gilmore n Jaz Guitar Duo

The guitar partnership of Stevie Jaz and Stevie Gilmore plays gypsy jazz, Latin and blues in their own style based around 1930s, 40s and 50s jazz and blues standards.

Pete Allen's Reeds'n'Rhythm

Old Marlborough favourite Pete Allen and his famous trad jazz clarinet deliver a slick, fast moving and entertaining show of light hearted humour and happy foot-tapping jazz songs.



For a full list of all the musicians confirmed so far, visit our Programme page.