Momentum Introducing Reunion Concert
The Hub at St Marys, 7.30pm – 11th March 2022
If you have ever been to our Fuse Festivals over the last few years you may have seen these talented young people perform on our Momentum stage. We are delighted that they have agreed to come back and play again this time at The Hub St Marys.
If you enjoy live music of all genres please come and support these young musicians. We have an introduction from local musician Tom Morgan who is an outstanding guitarist and well known for performing in our local area.
We are pleased to be working with the Friary School and hope to invite at least one of the entrants of their ‘Battle of the Bands’ to take part. Music for all. Please come and support these young musicians and the future of live music!
Well known on the local blues and jazz scene, and a talented guitarist, Tom Morgan is a popular and talented local artist who will be introducing the evenings performers.
From previous Fuse Festivals we welcome back Magnalium playing their versions of well known pop and rock standards as well as their own compositions.
Currently a student at the Birmingham Ormiston Academy, soloist Holly Rolfe will be singing numbers from the musicals and from her own penned material.
From last years Fuse Festival four young men from Bishop Vesey and King Edwards schools have come together with a love of music and will be performing some fabulous rock music as Plastic Fiction.
We are also delighted to welcome back from Fuse 2021 Cerys Curtis, who will be showing her talent for playing both guitar and ukulele and as a song writer.
Tickets are just £8 with a 20% reduction for under 25’s from the Hub at St Mary’s: