Autumn Melodies Concert

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Autumn Melodies Concert
It was a privilege to be in the audience for last Saturday''s concert (3rd October) in St Andrew's Church, to hear professional Harp player Dylan Cernyw perform.

Dylan Cernyw

If, like me,you viewed the Harp as a classical instrument,or one that was only seen occasionally at the back of a Symphony Orchestra, accompanying some great orchestral piece, then last Saturday's performance would have dispelled those misconceptions.
Dylan had us all spellbound for over an hour with his selection of classical, Welsh folk, Jazz, Pop and popular music
Ash-worth Time Bank are to be both congratulated and thanked for bringing such an Internationally re known star to Tarvin...
Ashton Haye's talent was also on show, with piano selections by their church organist Stephen Lucas, and folk group "Ashton Folk"

Ed:"If you like folk music there is a rumour that a top Folk/Blues singer will be appearing at Tarvin Community Centre next Spring, full details to follow soon..."

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