City Music Foundation returns to The Wallace Collection for our 4th annual Summer Residency (22nd – 26th July). Featuring six CMF Artists, 2019 sees the residency expanded beyond the popular
City Music Foundation returns to The Wallace Collection for our 4th annual Summer Residency (22nd – 26th July). Featuring six CMF Artists, 2019 sees the residency expanded beyond the popular free lunchtime recitals to include a children’s concert, a performance for dementia sufferers, and an evening concert centered around Schubert’s ‘Trout Quintet’ with guest performer Sholto Kynoch.
2018 CMF Artist Tom Millar presents an intimate ‘Discover the Wallace’ concert. ‘Discover the Wallace’ is the Wallace Collection’s programme for people living with the early stages of dementia and their friends and families. Join us from 2pm for tea and an opportunity to gently explore the Collection with the museum’s specialist educators. From 3pm, taking you on a trip down memory lane, Tom’s programme will include hits of yesteryear, with songs such as ‘Autumn Leaves’ and ‘I’ll Be Seeing You’. You’ll be free to sing along, tap your feet, or simply just listen. Free, but booking essential at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3876 3164
Tom Millar is a London-based pianist, composer and bandleader. His debut album, Unnatural Events, was launched in 2017 at Pizza Express Jazz Club (Soho) and was followed by a 20-date UK tour, supported by Arts Council England. As a sideman he has played for the opening of Quincy Jones’s jazz club in Dubai and toured in the UK and Europe. He has received an Emerging Excellence award from Help Musicians UK.
After reading Music at King’s College, Cambridge, Tom studied Jazz at the Royal Academy of Music, and with Django Bates in Switzerland.
“At its highpoint the performance reaches a poetic, pastoral grace.” (Kevin Le Gendre, Jazzwise)
“Tom’s music is full of strong melodies, quirky rhythmic hooks and unusual forms” (London Jazz News)
(Wednesday) 3:00 pm
The Wallace Collection
Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN
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