Posted: Sun 23rd Feb 2020

Live Music Showcase with Jane Alcock, Caroline Morris and John Rowell for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Feb 23rd, 2020

Live Music Showcase with Jane Alcock, Caroline Morris and John Rowell

Location: Ty Pawb Arts Centre, Market Street, Wrexham

Date / Time: Thursday February 27th at 1pm

Prices: Free to attend, Donations welcome

Live Music Showcase on Thursday 27th February at 1pm in Ty Pawb will welcome Jane Alcock with her friends, Caroline Morris and John Rowell. They will present a concert of music by Bach, Turnage, Heath, Satie and others for Saxophone, Piano and Guitar.

Jane has an interest in a wide range of musical styles, including classical, baroque, medieval and traditional and performs regularly with John Rowell, who plays his six string fretless bass at venues around the North Wales area performing a diverse range of music. He is well known on the regional music club scene and his improvisation skills are always in demand to support other musicians. Caroline Morris is a well known local musician and is assistant musical director with Cantorian Rhos; she encourages young people in their music through her teaching programmes.

Live Music Showcase is a weekly FREE to attend concert of music from across the genres and offers a platform for local musicians to perform in front of a live audience in the wonderful surroundings of Ty Pawb – Wrexham’s exciting arts, markets and communities hub.

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