19

Oct

TUESDAY

7:30pm

JAM Celebration Concert

featuring Onyx Brass & Francesca Massey

JAM Celebration Concert

featuring Onyx Brass & Francesca Massey

19 Oct · Tuesday · 7:30pm

For JAM autumn's celebration, we invite you to a FREE 1-hour concert with a drinks reception. Hear about JAM's amazing work during the pandemic, the soon to be released JAM on the Marsh: VIRTUAL and JAM's plans for 2022.

PROGRAMME

6 world premieres from the JAM Masterclass Series in composition
Christopher Cook
Antediluvian Fanfare
David Ho-yi Chan
Fantasia after Auld Lang Syne
Angela Slater
Light Dispelled
John Sturt
When the world seems beyond reason…
Graham Harris
Luce Prima
Janet Wheeler
Film Noir

Onyx Brass and Francesca Massey (Director of Music at Rochester Cathedral) will celebrate the culmination of JAM's Masterclass Series in composition, started in lockdown, by performing six world premieres. The first President’s Commission will be awarded to one of the composers.

A celebratory drinks reception will follow.

ARTISTS

SOLD OUT!

FREE TICKETS

must be pre-booked for this event.
Concert duration: c.60'

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St Nicholas Church · New Romney

St Nicholas Church, New Romney

Address

St Nicholas Church
Church Lane
New Romney
TN28 8AR

History

New Romney was once a thriving port, with the harbour adjacent to St Nicholas' Church, in front of which a mooring ring can still be seen. In 1287 a storm changed the coastline dramatically and the port was destroyed, the town now being more than a mile from the sea. Four feet of silt were deposited inside the Church and around, which accounts for it being lower than the surrounding area. Large numbers of visitors come annually, attracted by the unique history and architecture; the church is one of the finest in the Diocese of Canterbury.
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