Posted: Mon 2nd Dec 2019

Live Music Showcase with Moreton Hall School for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Dec 2nd, 2019

Live Music Showcase with Moreton Hall School

Location: Ty Pawb Arts Centre, Market Street, Wrexham

Date / Time: Thursday 5th December at 1pm

Prices: Free to attend, Donations welcome

We are in for another Live Music Showcase treat on Thursday 5th December at 1pm in Ty Pawb, Wrexham when welcome students and staff from Moreton Hall School near Oswestry.

Their varied concert programme will include contributions from their internationally recognised Chamber and Show Choirs together with a number of instrumental pieces. They are also bringing some wandering minstrels. We are pleased that flautist, Eleri Spinks, who was a winner in the 2019 Wrexham Music Festival, will be performing in the recital concert.

December is the month of special Live Music Showcase treats. We started early with the JRNCM; Following a piano recital by popular local pianist, Chris Sims on December 12th, bringing the Autumn season of concerts to a fitting and seasonal finale, Kieron-Connor Valentine from Rhos will ‘entrance‘ us with a special concert especially for Christmas; Kieron-Connor will be accompanied by Tim Stuart. There will be some additional ‘special treats’ at this concert.

We look for to seeing you all on Thursday…. And remember a good additional reason (if you really need one) to come to Wrexham is the return of the very popular ‘Wrexham Victorian Market’ which you can visit following Live Music Showcase.

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