Posted: Mon 17th Feb 2020

Live Music Showcase Concert with Miriam Peake and The Flute School for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Feb 17th, 2020

Live Music Showcase Concert with Miriam Peake and The Flute School

Location: Ty Pawb Arts Centre, Market Street, Wrexham

Date / Time: Thursday 20th February 2020 at 1pm

Prices: Free to attend, Donations welcome

We are thrilled to welcome Miriam Peake and her students to perform for us in this weeks’ FREE to attend, Live Music Showcase,‘The Flute Through Song’ in Ty Pawb on Thursday 20th February commencing at 1pm.

Miriam is a passionate performer who seeks to break down the barriers between classical and popular music giving instrumental music a wider platform to be enjoyed by all kinds of audiences. She also inspires and encourages the next generation of flautists through her successful teaching studio, The Flute School. Miriam will be joined in Live Music Showcase by her students, Rebecca Watts, Verity May Ellis, Charlotte Whitley, Eve Cowieson, Katy Rushforth, Naomi Jones and Ellie Willis.

We are in for another real treat this week.

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream, I know you, That look in your eyes is so familiar, a gleam. And I know it’s true that visions are seldom all they seem, But if I know you, I know what you’ll do. You’ll love me at once the way you did, once upon a dream. (from Sleeping Beauty)

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