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James Taylor Hi-ResThe James Taylor Quartet will perform the coolest sounds in funky acid jazz at Rochester Cathedral on Saturday, 22 June. As part of Medway’s Festival of Music the quartet will showcase their latest album ‘Closer To The Moon’ – which brings together the worlds of jazz and classical music. The performance starts at 8pm. Tickets cost £10 and are available from http://www.medwayticketslive.co.uk or 01634 338338

“A powerhouse gig…A top night from a class act!” Blues & Soul Online, 2013

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Glyndebourne has today launched its first national art competition inviting talented and aspiring young artists from across the UK to design the cover of its 2013 Tour Programme. The winning artist will see their artwork grace the cover of 10,000 copies of the Glyndebourne Tour Programme and be exhibited at Glyndebourne and participating gallery spaces this autumn. Read the rest of this entry »

St Nicholas Church, Southfleet is proud to announce “Celebrating the Future”: a gala event to introduce new staging. In minutes the priests’ dais converts to a stage transforming the church into a 250 seater auditorium with modern sound system.

This event will be an evening of high-class music, showcasing some of the next generation’s professional musicians. The Carapina Trio, a string trio, were formed in 2011 at the Royal Academy of Music and have recently performed recitals at The British Museum, St Thomas’ Hospital and The Colston Hall, Bristol. The evening continues with David Ireland and Rebecca Briggs, both high quality opera and classical singers. More

Primavera Chamber ensemble will be performing at 3:15 on the 11th of November at Cobham Hall, their reputation as one of the finest chamber ensembles in the UK today is confirmed by many of the reviews they have had.

On the 11th you will be able to hear the following pieces performed; Suk – Elegie, Mendelssohn – Piano Trio No 2 in C minor, Op 66, Schubert – Piano Trio No 1 in B flat, D 898.

Cobham Hall dates from the 16th century and is arguably one of the finest country houses in Kent. The concert will be performed in the Gilt Hall, this was converted into a music room during the 1770s. Its grey and amber marble, minstrel galleries and gilt plasterwork make it the perfect setting for this concert and all combine to give excellent acoustics. More

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