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SATURDAY, 17th MARCH St Mark’s Church, North Heath Lane  7.30pm

18-year-old saxophonist Jess Gillam from Ulverston, Cumbria, began playing saxophone aged 7. In 2016, Jess made history as the first saxophonist to win the Woodwind Final of BBC Young Musician of the Year. She reached the Grand Final and performedJess Gillam:jpeg with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at London’s Barbican Hall to critical acclaim. 2017 sees Jess making her BBC Proms solo debut at the Royal Albert Hall, performing with both the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Concerto highlights  for the season include appearances with Southbank Sinfonia and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.  She gives recitals throughout the UK and has appeared on BBC Radio.  Jess studied at the Junior Royal Northern College of Music, and has now entered the RNCM with an ABRSM Scholarship. Anthony Hewitt is regarded as one of Britain’s most giftedAnthony Hewitt pianists with a prolific performing career spanning two decades. He has performed regularly at the Wigmore Hall, at festivals worldwide, and has received critical acclaim for his many recordings. He enjoys a diverse musical life as founding Artistic Director of the Ulverston International Music Festival, professor at Birmingham Conservatoire, and enthusiastic chamber musician. In 2012 he cycled 1200 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats giving a concert every night, raising over £13,000 for charity.   

An excitingly wide-ranging programme from classics to folk and jazz influences has been devised, including works by Marcello, Debussy, Ravel, Michael Nyman, Dave Heath, and Peter DeRose.

Tickets: Adults £20 under 18s £5

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