JAM Festival Orchestra

Takes on an audacious programme with the London Mozart Players 

12 July · Friday · 7pm

St Nicholas · New Romney · TN28 8EU 

Michael Bawtree conducts new JAM on the Marsh Festival Orchestra. Professional musicians of London Mozart Players, community players from the Romney Marsh, violinist Aki Blendis and pianist John Frederick Hudson perform Vaughan William’s The Lark Ascending and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.

OVERVIEW

The new JAM on the Marsh Festival Orchestra performs Vaughan William’s ever popular The Lark Ascending and Gershwin’s iconic Rhapsody in Blue. Michael Bawtree conducts professional musicians from the London Mozart Players, community players from the Romney Marsh, violinist Aki Blendis, Category Finalist in the BBC Young Musician 2022, and pianist John Frederick Hudson.

This event will finish at approximately 8pm, with no interval.

Online booking for the Shuttle Bus closes on Friday, 21 June.
If you have any questions please contact info@jamconcert.org.

TICKETS

£20 · Standard

£25 · Standard + Shuttle Bus

Free · under 18s

PERFORMERS

JAM Festival Orchestra

London Mozart Players

Ruth Rogers
Leader

Aki Blendis
Violin

John Frederick Hudson
Piano

Michael Bawtree
Conductor

PROGRAMME

Overture: The Wasps
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)

The Lark Ascending
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)

Capriol Suite
Peter Warlock (1894-1930)

Rhapsody in Blue
George Gershwin (1898-1937)

LOCATION

St Nicholas · New Romney · TN28 8EU

GETTING HERE from LONDON

Only 1 hour from London with the highspeed train and Festival Shuttle Bus.

TRAIN
London St Pancras (or Stratford International) –> Ashford International 

FESTIVAL SHUTTLE BUS
Ashford International –> Festival Venue

HELPFUL INFORMATION

TICKETS
Paper tickets will not be distributed via the box office. Please show your email ticket confirmation on your mobile phone upon arrival.

WHEN DO DOORS OPEN?
Doors open approximately 30 minutes before each event.

ACCESSIBILITY
It is our ambition to have as many people connected to the arts as possible. Please understand that we primarily use medieval churches and access can be challenging in these ancient buildings. Our Front of House team will be available to assist and direct you during your visit.

TOILETS
Public toilets are available in the car park opposite the church.