An evening of fine jazz is promised at Hornby Institute on Friday, November 9, when singer Sue Parish is joined by three of the region’s finest instrumentalists.
Pianist Paul Kilvington, in-demand bassist Frank Grime and swinging drummer Hugh Laurence join forces with Sue for the one-off show, held in the friendly atmosphere of this vintage village venue.
The event will feature well-loved songs from the golden age of jazz, alongside the odd rarity specially picked for the occasion.
Sue said: “Singing at Hornby is always a real highlight of my year, and performing in this relaxed concert setting is a wonderful opportunity to explore new material.
“So I always try to make sure there are a few surprises in the set, especially with such a fabulous band of players to help me make it all happen.”
Tickets for the concert are £10, and can be reserved in advance by telephoning the Institute on 015242 22227.
Doors and bar open at 7.30pm and the music starts at 8pm.
For more information, visit www.hornbycrc.co.uk.
Jazz in Hornby is organised by local man and jazz enthusiast Sam Ashton, who has brought many national and international jazz stars to the village since beginning the series three years ago.