Loz Speyer  -  trumpeter, composer


Inner Space (now with Xhosa Cole and Dee Byrne)

Sat 13th Aug, 2-4pm - the Jazz Centre, Southend-on-Sea

Fri 24th Sept - Derby Jazz at Derby Museum, Derby DE1 1HS

Double Trouble (with Charlotte Keeffe, Andrew Lisle...)

Sat 16th July - Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson St, London E2  -  double trumpets, double basses and drums


Sat 14th May - Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson St, London E2

TRIO with Marcio Mattos (bass), Dave Fowler (drums) 


Tues 7th Feb 2023 - Fringe in the Round, Bristol

TRIO with Olly Blanchflower (bass), Mark Sanders (drums)

New release “Open Territory” by Freetrio

Loz Speyer - trumpet, flugelhorn

Olly Blanchflower - double bass

Tony Marsh - drums

Discography on Bandcamp - click on image

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“He is more than simply a trumpeter blowing a wonderfully powerful horn, but a socially conscious artist making a somewhat angular statement. All of the above is painted on an exquisite musical canvas… You would be hard-pressed to find music so vibrant and viscerally energetic than the eight pieces on Clave Sin Embargo.”

Raul de Goma, Latin Jazz Network (Canada)

"I liked trumpeter Loz Speyer‘s approach. He went outside, managed to get away from all the frantic business card-swapping - and took refuge in playing some beautiful-toned crystal-clear bebop lines."

- Sebastian Scotney, London Jazz News [Jazzahead report 2019]


Time Zone

“An ensemble led by a trumpeter/composer who has absorbed the essence of Cuban music and distilled it quite cunningly into an improvisatory context, with no compromise to either culture… Gritty, graceful sounds with a dark-light intensity.” - Kevin Legendre, Echoes

“A fresh perspective on that [Cuban] heritage by way of his London-based ensemble’s taste for raw punky downtown improv via New York, all the way through to free-jazz elements. But the music’s convivial dance sensibility sourced from son, batá and salsa is always apparent... Cohesive and engaging.”

Selwyn Harris, Jazzwise

Inner Space


"The integrity they bring to the emerging free jazz push-pull structure of ’Space Music’ pilots the musicians further towards destinations unknown." - Philip Clark, Jazzwise ****

"Superb outing that effectively highlights the leader's jarring and perceptively constructed compositions."

Glen Astarita, All About Jazz ****