The Geoff Eales Trio

Geoff Eales

Geoff Eales is one of the UK’s most exciting and eclectic musicians. A Ph.D graduate and former member of the BBC Big Band, Geoff became one of the most sought-after pianists on the London studio scene in the 80’s and 90’s, working with a huge array of conductors, composers and singers, including Henry Mancini, Lalo Schifrin, Nelson Riddle, Billy May, Rosemary Clooney, Kiri Te Kanawa, Josť Carreras, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lesley Garrett.

In more recent times Geoff’s passion for jazz has inspired him to further develop his career as a solo artist.

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This has resulted in a series of critically acclaimed albums: “Mountains of Fire”, “Red Letter Days”, “Facing the Muse”, “Synergy” and “The Homecoming”.

Geoff has performed at some of the world’s leading jazz clubs, such as the The Blue Note Clubs in Osaka and Fukuoka, New York’s Birdland, The Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles, Louisville’s Jazz Factory and London’s Ronnie Scott’s, and at many major jazz festivals.

Roy Babbington

One of the UK’s most experienced and respected bass players, Roy spent 12 years working with Stan Tracey and is an ex-member of Soft Machine and Nucleus. He has worked with many American jazz greats, including Ben Webster, Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis and Roland Kirk. He also played in the BBC Big Band for 20 years.

Mark Fletcher

One of the UK’s most ‘in demand’ drummers. Mark first started playing at Ronnie Scott’s in the late 80’s and has been a regular at the club ever since. Dizzy Gillespie, Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison, Mark Murphy, Tim Garland, Flora Purim, Georgie Fame, James Moody, Ian Shaw and Lianne Carroll are just some of the artists with whom this exciting drummer has worked.