FIRM favourite Frank James will be the latest musican to peform in Whitby’s lunchtime concert series.
Pianist Frank James will join violinist and bass player Phillip Mindenhall as the guest on Tuesday 31 May at the Met on the West Cliff.
Frank James is a firm favourite in Whitby playing a large role in the Eskdale festival every year.
He has played around the world and is a versatile musician playing all kinds of music.
And Phillip was born in Halifax he studied violin and as a child became a brilliant boy soprano, after his voice broke he developed into a bass singer appearting with the Guildford choir.
He went on to sing and play all over the Uk. He has broadcast regularly and appeared on TV in an iconic life story of Max Jaffa playing the violin.
On Tuesday the pair will present a wide range of music to suit all tastes.
The concert starts at 12pm and admission is £5 on the door.