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Ronnie Kole Concert for Thames Hospicecare. 20th June 2009

A fun jazz evening being entertained by Ronnie Kole the number one jazz pianist from New Orleans. Listen and dance throughout the evening.The event starts at 7pm with reception drinks Ronnie Kole is a consummate world class concert pianist. His passion has always been for jazz, especially traditional jazz which developed over decades from the indigenous people living in his home town of New Orleans. He has appeared on TV in the Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, the Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin shows, and performed in some of the most prestigious concert halls including the famous Carnegie Hall in New York. He will be accompanied by well known musicians Andre Messeder on double bass, and Bobby Worth on drums. 

The Savill Court Hotel interior has a supremely elegant setting. The location could hardly be more picturesque, or the building more exceptional.

You’ll arrive via our sweeping tree lined drive, revealing a magnificent Jacobean manor set within 22 acres of manicured tended grounds. There will be a limited number of rooms made available for the night at a special rate. Please enquire on purchase of the tickets.

With over 20 years experience, Thames Hospicecare has been providing palliative care to local families of East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire with life limiting illness. With only 25% financial support from the government, we need to raise 75p in every £1 spent culminating in over 5 million pounds annually needed to maintain this. This would not be possible without support from local individuals, companies and events such as this one. 

Organised by the Presidents Club in aid of Thames Hospicecare. 

For more information please contact 

Julie – 07831 115223

The evening will finish at 12.30am.

Only £35 per person 

(make up a table of 10 with your friends or just come and join us and we will introduce you to some new friends)

To book tickets please phone

Michelle Bowdidge – 01753 848963

Savill Court Hotel, Englefield Green, Egham, TW20 0XN. 


May 14, 2009 at 18:13 1 comment

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