Welcome : Croeso 

To the Narberth Jazz community music organisation, run by volunteers and presenting a variety of different music mainly Jazz and Jazz related.
Please check the Events & Tickets (Upcoming EventsNarberth Jazz ) page for the varied future schedule. Click on the names for full information and to get tickets or if you prefer please ring 07778 563334.
So what’s next for your delight?
Well 20th October at the Plas we have 
Then in November 18th Yettii ( used to be the Alex Veitch 3)
For September we presented Narberth Jazz’s “Dance Night” with St. Louis Express.
AND what a night (nite?) it was.
Some pictures showing the fun that was had that evening.
We hope, that as it was so successful, we will quickly organise another like event in the not to distant future.
For our very well received August event of Dale Storr and the piano of New Orleans; please see some of the images of the evening below.


This is our BIG ONE; the Garden Party jazz Scene presented at the wonderful location [SA67 8UQ]  of Lampeter House.

Thank you all for coming and enjoying the ‘Party’.  But first please enjoy this wonderful watercolour ‘sketch’ by Tina Lewis, during ATLANTICUS’s spot.


Hello Jazz lovers and attendees to the Garden Party at Lampeter House on the 21st July.

Herewith a couple of pictures of the event for you to enjoy.

No Mean Biscuit



Our very successful Event at the Plas Hotel on the 16th June, with Dom Norcross, Elaina Hoss and John-Paul Gard.




Thursday 19th May saw a long awaited return of the Keith little Trio with Jane Williams at the Plas Hotel.

Keith Little – piano

Gethin Liddington – trumpet

Don ‘donnie joe’ Sweeney – double bass


Jane Williams – vocals

The Keith Little Trio performs the best in jazz from the Swing era, recalling the days of Benny Goodman, Count Basie and ‘Fats’ Waller. Expect an exhilarating night of Jazz and Swing from the 1930s, 40s, and beyond. An evening that will treat you to a fantastic selection of great music, while welcoming the exquisite voice of Jane Williams to sing gorgeous melodies.



The Narberth crowd was comprehensively wowed by the huge voice of Jeff Hooper, who sang many of the classics from the Great American songbook in his own inimitable way. Guy Shotton was great on piano with John Gibbon and Olly Blanchflower. Jeff is a master entertainer and a swinging asset on the Welsh music scene, who deserves more media coverage.