a decade of music
Immerse yourself into the sounds of organs and pianos inspired by legends, colours, people and real life.
- Thank you Jean and Hans for giving of your time during this Corona Virus pandemic. You have been awesome and also such a comfort during these trying days. Even more trying for you both during the restoration of your farm home.Today's concert in memory of Dame Vera Lynn was just the best and most heart warming. My dad served in WWII, the Army with medical team in Italy.I think of what I am experiencing today with the Corona Virus and it's restrictions is nothing compared to what those experienced during the war years. I feel like you are our Dame Vera Lynn as you are giving us comfort and hope during these days. So again thank you.All the best and God bless,Martha McMinnAlabama, USA
- Hi Jean, This is just to say a heartfelt 'thank you' to you for all that you're doing to keep everyone's spirits lifted each evening through your wonderful music. This especially at a time when you're going through major renovations to your new home. We've both tuned in right from the beginning, happily discovering you through my pal Paul Barry, a fellow musician, who I worked with during our days performing on the QE2 in the 90s. As a fellow musician, I'm completely in awe of your keyboard skills and the joy it brings to all of us. You prove that music really has the power to lift us from wherever we are and however we're feeling, to a brighter place. A huge thank you from us. With love and thanks, Philip Mountford and Barry Snelgrove
- Hi Jean,Just a note to let you know how much you have blessed me with your beautiful music and bright spirit! I look forward to relaxing with you every day.I appreciate your joy filled hour. Thank you to you and Hans and may God continue to use you to share His love.To a great player from a grateful listener-Dawn
Thank you for a fun filled hour. Your humour and relaxed personality is such a welcome relief from the lock down. The way you engage with the fans on face book and instagram is wonderful. You obviously care a lot about people and are willing to take the time each day to play wonderful music. Amazing talent thank you.
- I wanted to write to send you a short note to say how much I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your hour of music each day. Such a generous and kind gift that has been a real comfort to me whilst lockdown has been so challenging.
You are an amazing musician and I’m grateful to have found you on Facebook and Instagram.
I’ve lost you on Facebook and can no longer see your Live videos. I’m wondering whether that’s because we’re not ‘friends’ on Facebook – as I know some people can find you Live and others can’t. I can’t seem to send a friend request to you from my end…
Anyway, at least we have Instagram – the sound is very good on there. I’m really grateful that you’re able to record on both mediums – brilliant!
Thanks again Jean, for everything you do. I loved your recent Disney and musicals evenings.
I just felt compelled to write to you about your finale last night. The words I can use like amazing ,wonderful etc just aren’t enough to tell you what I thought of it and I’m lost for words. I was totally transported to the Albert Hall and listening to a full orchestra. I am not a musician, I don’t know how you do it to enable you to create such wonderful (I’ve used one of those inadequate words) music. All I can say is that I’m glad that you can and what a pleasure it is to be able to listen to you for that special hour. I know beyond any doubt that you could do ‘Night at the Proms’ single handedly with your trustee Yamaha because you must have a full orchestra hiding in there somewhere! Thanks Jean, I’m looking forward to tonight. Very best regards Irene Bailey
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Jean was born into a musical family - reaching for piano at the tender age of 3, passing all grades for piano at 15 and obtaining two degrees by 21.