Jeanne Mann is looking forward to the 2015/16 season of concerts with the Watford Philharmonic Society. Her work as a freelance orchestral violinist (and sometime violist) takes Jeanne around the country playing for Choral Societies and orchestras of all kinds, playing a variety of music ranging from the classics to orchestral light music.
Performances with The Pemberley Players continue, with invitations to play at ‘Regency’ dances in Ansbach, Germany where their style of ‘costumed balls’ is very popular. This group of five musicians specialises in dance music from the Regency era. All the music is researched and the dances are ‘of the period’. Many musical clips, photos and details of their latest CD The Pride and Prejudice Collection. Volume 4 can be found on the Fain Music website.
A renewed interest in watercolour painting has resulted in her work being shown in several exhibitions and, with a speciality of pet portraiture, Jeanne has enjoyed several well received commissions this year. Please contact Jeanne – firstname.lastname@example.org – to enquire about the pet portraits.