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August 13th: Modern jazz from the Olly Chalk Trio, graduates from Birmingham Conservatoire; Olly Chalk, hailed as one of the most gifted piano players of his generation, is here with Serenade regulars Sam Ingvorsen (bass) and Gwilym Jones (drums).
August 20th: Popular local soprano Heather Heighway (soprano) accompanied by pianist Tim Kennedy, joined by tenor, Joseph Buckmaster, and clarinettist David Cantillon, for a programme of German music including Schubert’s Shepherd on a rock, Mozart arias and songs by Beethoven, Brahms, Lehar and Wolf, with Johan Strauss II.
August 27th: An Alpine Adventure from Soloists from Orchestra dell’Arte play songs and jolly tunes with an alpine theme to round off the summer programme.
All concerts begin at 2pm, café open before and after the concert.
Free admission but donations are warmly welcomed. Please note that the concerts are now costing more to run than is received. In previous years, the costs have equalled the donations, this sadly is not the case this year and with increasing demands on the charity – the continuing commitment to supporting annual programmes and new projects, it may be difficult to keep the concerts entirely free to all in the future.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead CH43 4UE
0151 666 3537, williamsonartgallery.org
We encourage you to join the Friends today by emailing the Friends committee firstname.lastname@example.org or downloading the forms from the FRIENDS section of the website under ABOUT or click here.
Membership runs from January to December and can be paid by cheque or cash annually or by standing order.FRIENDS receive newsletters and private view invitations as well as being entitled to discounts in several partnered businesses in Liverpool and Wirral as well as the cafe, art shop, book shop and our own gallery shop at the Williamson and Priory.