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Jonathan Gee piano, Gaetano Partipilo alto sax, Giuseppe Bassi bass, Fabio Accardi drums.
Leading UK pianist (& singer) Jonathan Gee brings a new project created in 2018 between himself and 3 great musicians from the Puglia region of southern Italy. It features the new rising star of Italian jazz on alto sax, Gaetano Partipilo with one of the most dynamic rhythm sections on the European stage today, Giuseppe Bassi on double bass and Fabio Accardi on drums. Their repertoire combines the reimagining of Beatles tunes with self penned compositions of Jonathan and Gaetano. This music has been recorded and album release news is imminent.
£18 / £15 Students inc.U3A & accompanied Under 18s
Featuring Ward and Parker, Jack in a Barrel, 2Steps 4 Words, Christopher Law, Craig Joiner.
£4 per person. £3 performers, £2 under 25s.
More details: www.roystonfolk.org
Joost Lijbaart drums & percussion, Bram Stadhouders guitar & electronics, Sanne Rambags lyrics & vocals.
£18 / £15 Students inc.U3A & accompanied Under 18s.
Showcasing the musical talents of some of the young people of Royston. All welcome.
Tickets at £6 (under 16’s free) including tea/coffee and biscuits.
All proceeds to Penniwells Riding for the Disabled.
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3 course supper, live music from the Ben Smith Band. Black tie & ballgowns.
£40 per person.
At this event, experienced tutors and players will be on hand to enthuse, encourage and allow you to have a hands on, practical experience of several instruments. They will be able to answer your questions and help you to decide which instrument is the perfect one for you.
This is completely free. There is no need to book in advance, and you do not have to be a current member of the Music Workshop to come along – so just arrive and have a go!
Reed Choir will be staging a concert to raise money to purchase choral music and to launch an organ fund for St Mary’s Church in Reed.
The concert will take place on the evening of Saturday, 22nd June in the church and will feature a broad range of music, both sacred and secular.
All are invited to come along to this special evening, where you are guaranteed to hear music from a range of genres, eras and composers including Mozart, Faure, Rutter and Stainer as well as many familiar tunes from Abba to Labi Siffre and Simon and Garfunkel to Elivs Presley.
A bar and barbecue will be available from 6.30pm and a bar will be available in the interval. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for children over 5 years. Tickets can be reserved in advance from email@example.com and some tickets will be available on the door.
Reed choir welcomes singers from age 8 upwards. There is no age limit and no auditions are required.
For information about the choir or the concert, please contact Liz Kershaw on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07702 838006
Mark Lockheart & Alice Leggett saxes, Rowland Sutherland flute, Laura Jurd trumpet, Liam Noble piano, John Parricelli guitars, Tom Herbert bass, Sebastian Rochford drums.
£25, £18 for Under 16s.
Tickets are £10, students £6, under 18’s are free.
Tickets available on the door, or to reserve call 01763 853149 or 01763 853462