Steak and jazz evening

Friday 14th August 2020

We're pleased to welcome you our first steak and jazz evening at the VSC.

Join jazz pianist Steve Bradford as he plays a number of classic jazz anthems and enjoy it with a steak and glass of wine as part of our Steak Friday Offer. If steak isn't to your taste, we have plenty of other options on the menu for you to enjoy. 

Choose from a ribeye or sirloin served with portobello mushroom, beef tomato, salad and fries. Served with peppercorn sauce or garlic butter. You'll get a glass of wine to go with your steak too. 


About Steve Bradford

Jazz pianist Steve Bradford performs every month in the Club Dining Room.

Steve Bradford commenced his classical training at the age of 7 years old attaining honours in his grades.

In his teenage years, he learned his trade playing in bands at holiday camps, backing a variety of acts and singers. Steve’s influences and style range from Frank Sinatra through to Sting.

His pianist influences include Errol Garner, Oscar Peterson and Lyle Mays of The Pat Metheny Band.

He plays a wide range of styles including rock n roll, swing, bossa nova and contemporary and pop music.

On moving to London he achieved chart success playing keyboards in D:Ream who reached number 1 for 6 weeks in 1994 with Things Can Only Get Better.

He appeared on Top of the Pops with them and played at venues including Wembley Arena and the Birmingham NEC while they were the supporting act for Take That.

Other bands that Steve has played for include Michael Ball and Dexys Midnight Runners and appeared on The Johnathon Ross Show with them. Steve has held residencies at The Park Tower, Knightsbridge, The Ritz Club, Piccadilly, and Smollenskys on the Strand.

Currently, Steve performs with a trio at The Dorchester Hotel and plays solo piano at The Langham Hotel and The Club at The Ivy.

We look forward to seeing you there!


To book this event, please contact our Food and Beverage Department.

Call: 0207 616 8351

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