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May 2019

Music in the Pool Garden ~ Jimi Webb

May 3 @ 7:00 pm

The first Friday night of May, June, July and August is music night at Aberglasney! Kicking off the 2019 programme in May is Wales’ ‘King of Swing’ and our favourite showman, Jimi Webb. Jimi is widely regarded as one of the UK’s brightest swing entertainers. His performances, which emulate the sounds and style of Michael Buble, are first class and grasp the audience from outset. If the weather is fine, Jimi will be singing out in the open in the…

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June 2019

Music in the Pool Garden ~ Sax Pax

June 7 @ 7:00 pm

The first Friday night of May, June, July and August is music night at Aberglasney! Joining us in June is Sax Pax, a sax quartet playing classical music as well as jazz. Sax Pax were established in 1983. The rhythm section was added a short while later and 30 years on they’re still going strong. If the weather is fine, Sax Pax will be playing out in the open in the Pool Garden. If we are unlucky and get rain,…

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July 2019

Music in the Pool Garden ~ La Tène Jazz Trio

July 5 @ 7:00 pm

The first Friday night of May, June, July and August is music night at Aberglasney! In July we are joined the La Tène Jazz Trio, which comprises of John Rodge on guitar, Chris Ryan on saxes & clarinet and Mark Jones on piano. The three have been working together in a number of different bands for many years and have established a unique, laid back swing style reminiscent of the cool jazz of the 50’s. If the weather is fine,…

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August 2019

Music in the Pool Garden ~ No Mean Biscuit

August 2 @ 7:00 pm

The first Friday night of May, June, July and August is music night at Aberglasney! Completing our 2019 series is a new group at Aberglasney: No Mean Biscuit. The group was formed by Barry Wade of The Swing Boyz, who have performed at Aberglasney in previous years. No Mean Biscuit say that they are... 'A six piece that came about because Barry Wade thought that five good musicians he knows should be brought together, especially if he could be brought…

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