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TIM BONIFACE is a jazz saxophonist and pianist based in Cambridge, UK.

 

A leader of his own ensembles and collaborator with many renowned jazz musicians on the UK scene, Tim is in high demand as a performer and educator, and is also a respected composer whose imaginatively conceived jazz suites The Infant and The Eight Words have received critical acclaim and are regularly performed around the UK by Tim's quartet. His latest work, Psalter: Themes for Peace was premiered at St Alban's Cathedral in January 2024.

Tim is also the Chaplain at Girton College, University of Cambridge, where he regularly partners with James Pearson (Artistic Director of Ronnie Scotts, London and Musician in Residence at Girton). Tim has featured on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 4 as both a speaker and saxophonist, and appeared on numerous other radio stations and podcasts in both capacities.

 

Tim  runs the regular Sunday Sessions at The Lab in Cambridge, which draws in an array of top UK jazz names for intimate performances, and is regularly found leading a trio in the University Arms in Cambridge . He works with the Cambridge University Centre for Music Performance as well as teaching privately in Cambridge.

He helps to direct St Pauls ArtsFest in Cambridge, and is a published theologian.

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