Come and build your castles in the sand instead of the air and see if you can win a prize.
All ages are welcome from tots to teens to adults and beyond.
The New Orleans Hot Potatoes
They bring a wealth of jazz experience to recreate some of the best sounds of New Orleans Jazz
They are John Scantlebury, Paul Munnery, Sarah Thatcher and Mike Kennedy
Infectious music for Sunday toe tappers
tickets £18, including The Imperial’s two course lunch
advance booking only from
01 834 843 737
more information from info@TenbyJazz.co.uk
Dyffryn Taf School will showcase their highly talented musicians in this Sunday afternoon concert.Ysgol Dyffryn Taf Music Department are pleased to present a great variety of music featuring the School Orchestra, Choir, String Ensemble and Wind Band. There will also be performances by solo instrumentalists and vocalists.
St Mary’s Church
For the third year running this talented group of musicians will be in Tenby to delight and thrill audiences. Having trained at Trinity College University of Wales they have gone on to enjoy varied careers in music. The quality of their singing is fantastic as they perform arias and duets from a variety of different operas. Their presentation is also not only very professional but highly entertaining as well.
Frederick Jones, Tenor
Emyr Wyn Jones, Bass Baritone
St Mary’s Church
CHOW! is a jazz combo – keyboards, sax, bass, drums – based in Oxford.
Keyboard player, Siriol Jenkins, is a local musician who played at last year’s festival. This year she is playing with three other keen jazz musicians. The group is versatile and wide ranging in its music. There are standards by such jazz giants as Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter and John Coltrane. These are combined with original material drawing inspiration from groundbreaking contemporary jazzers but always reworked and reimagined through the interplay of the four instrumental voices. They are
Felix Jackson – sax
Seriol Jenkins – keyboard
Hani Elias –bass
Edmund Adonis – drums
Their music is truly fresh, original and exciting. Don’t miss it.
The festival is grateful to Mr Nick West for his donation towards this concert