Versions of songs by The Beatles and Duke Ellington in the MMB’s Music on Summer Afternoons Concerts

The songs will be played by the Harrogate High School Band on Tuesday 28th June

After the opening concert by the London University College Jazz Society on the 14th of June, the seventh edition of MMB’s Music on Summer Afternoons, which take place in the garden of Barcelona’s Maritime Museum, will be back on Tuesday the 28th of June with a concert by the Harrogate High School Band. Directed by Dave Dunn-Birch, these young English musicians will be offering a programme based on well-known pieces by Dolly Parton, Duke Ellington, Otis Redding and The Beatles, among others. The concert is scheduled to begin at 6pm and admission is free.

The afternoon concerts will continue throughout July on Tuesday, with the exception of this week’s concert, which will take place on Monday the 4th of July and feature the Heath Park School orchestra and band. Heath Park School is located in northern Birmingham with a high level of ethnic integration and excellent academic results. More than fifty musicians will take to the stage in the gardens of the Maritime Museum to interpret a varied programme that runs from songs by the Beatles to film and TV series soundtracks and popular music.  

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Publication date: Tuesday, 21 June 2016
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