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Diana Wood Concert - Jazz at Kellogg with MojoFour

DateThursday 18 April 2024


LocationThe Hub

Cost£15 General admission (including staff, Fellows, alumni, general public, and all other College members); £10 Students; free entry for 1990 Club Members

Please note that tickets must be paid for upon entry.

Get ready for an unforgettable evening of music featuring swing jazz band, MojoFour. Transforming the Hub into a swanky jazz club, the event promises the best hits from the American jazz songbook, flowing drinks, and a lively atmosphere. Don’t miss this celebration of music and the Kellogg community.

Dr Diana Wood was a distinguished scholar and inspirational teacher of medieval history. For many years she was a lecturer in local history and course director of the Undergraduate Diploma in English Local History at the Department for Continuing Education at Oxford. She was a Kellogg College Common Room Member and a great benefactor. Her legacy gift enabled the College to establish its first fully-endowed doctoral scholarship – the Oxford-Vincent Packard and Geoffrey Smart Graduate scholarship – which is named in honour of a family friend and her father. Diana was also a passionate music lover, and her generosity enables us to stage a concert each year, to be enjoyed by the College and Oxford Community. It was her wish for the concert to be held in memory of her mother, Hilda Smart. This concert is named in Diana’s honour, recognising her contributions to Kellogg and Oxford.