Dave Beckett and Jennifer Maslin @ Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

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By kentsussex | Wednesday, October 10, 2012, 09:55

Dave Beckett & Jennifer Maslin @ Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Sat 13 Oct  11am-1pm - BREAKFAST AT TRINITY'S

11am - Jennifer Maslin

Jennifer has over 20 years experience playing the violin. Since graduating with a First in Music and German at Southampton University in 2005, her playing has taken her across the country as well as further afield to Germany, Italy, America and China.

Jennifer has had the pleasure of playing at the Lerner Theatre in Elkhart, Indiana, The British Design Museum in London, the Theatrium Wilhelmstrassenfest in Wiesbaden, Germany and for the CBI Annual Dinner.

Her versatile playing has provided the opportunity to play and record with singer-songwriter Paul Dunton, the Oriana String Quartet and duets with Lianna Jeffery, Hazel Ross and Geraldine Holton.

Jennifer regularly plays as part of the Paul Dunton Ensemble at the Grey Lady Music Lounge, Tunbridge Wells.

www.kentviolinist.co.uk || Twitter @JenniferMaslin

12noon – Dave Beckett

Dave's warm and honest vocals compliment an accomplished finger picking style which, though rooted in the old East Coast guitarists, shows a deep appreciation of the blues in all its forms.

His talent for finding and re-arranging often obscure material, gives him an authentic repertoire that appeals to blues fans and a wider audience alike.

In addition to 6, 9 and 12 string and baritone guitar, he also plays the 6 string banjitar and ukulele.

Dave has performed at Brighton, Crawley Folk and Bentworth Blues Festivals, the National Theatre, folk and blues clubs.

www.myspace.com/davebeckettblues

http://www.trinitytheatre.net/Whats-On/3037-/Dave-Beckett--Jennifer-Maslin?utm_medium=email&utm_source=mailingList&utm_campaign=News-09_10_12

      

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