Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Bobby Wellins at Brighton Museum

Like Jazz?

For the final weekend of The American Scene at Brighton Museum, legendary tenor sax player Bobby Wellins will be playing as part of a afternoon jazz trio.

Well known in the heady world of jazz, Bobby Wellins is a Scottish Tenor Saxophinist, best known for his collaboration with Stan Tracey on the seminal 1965 British jazz album Under Milk Wood.

The jazz event takes place at Brighton Museum on Sunday 30 August at 2.20pm & 3.30pm

What's more - it's FREE!

The American Scene

There's still time to catch The American Scene at Brighton Museum too. A stunning exhibition featuring around 80 outstanding prints by 56 leading modern American artists, works include art by George Bellows, Edward Hopper, Grant Wood, Joseph Albers, Alexander Calder, Louise Bougeois and Jackson Pollock.


Image - Robert Gwathmey The Hitchhiker , Screenprint 1937. Courtesy of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.

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