Barton Jazz & Music from the Shows!

A charity Jazz Supper @ Fairthorne Manor YMCA, Curdridge
Friday 10th November 2023 at 7pm
The £500 proceeds raised will support good causes abroad at in our local community.

We are proud to welcome Barton Jazz, a colllective of yound musicians from Barton Peveril Sixth Form College to entertain us with a set of 'Songs from the Shows' showcasing their remarkable versatility and musical prowess under the guidance of Brian Postlethwaite, a teacher, pianist and Director of Performing Arts at Barton Peveril College.

All members of Barton Jazz are enrolled in the 'Pop and Jazz' course at Barton Peveril where they receive a comprehensive training and nurturing to develop their musical talents. The collectibe includes Isla, a remarkable jazz vocalist who id currently pursuing her studies at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Music. Isla's dedication and passion for jazz vocals have propelled her to this noteworthy institution, where she continues to hone her craft.

In addition to Isla's achievements, the band features a group of exceptionally talented second-year students including, Toby, Theo, Harry, Lucas and Ben. These young musicians are in the process of applying and auditioning for major conservatories across the countey. Their ambitionb and committment to pursuing music at the highest level are evident in their endeavours to secure placements in renowned music institutions.

Tickets are available via the QR code at £25 per head and include a supper of fragrant Chicken & Vegetable Tagine served with flatbread, pearl couscous or a vegetarian/vegan option of Chickpea Tagine, each followed by White Chocolate Biscoff Cheesecake.

A licensed bar will be available

All proceeds from the evening will support local community projects including, children with learning needs, food banks, vistims of domestic abuse and support for young carers.

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