A JAZZY concert for families is set to entertain the crowds this Easter.

Concertini, a Berkshire-based business that produces live music events for children and adults, is hosting two bitesize concerts this spring.

And the show will star CBeebies’ YolanDa’s Band Jam, Yolanda Brown, for its upcoming performance at Norden Farm on April 12.

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The Maidenhead arts centre will welcome audiences to its Courtyard Theatre for a fusion of reggae, jazz and soul music.

After a challenging two years of live events, Concertini, run by mother-of-two and musician, Julia Bentley Dawkes, now moves into its seventh year.

Julia said: “It is going to be amazing to host Yolanda, we have been waiting 2 years after it was cancelled due to Covid restrictions.

“We can’t wait to see the reaction from the audience and we are sure that this is going to be many young people’s opportunity to see someone that they have truly admired on television, live on stage in Maidenhead, we feel very lucky.”

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Julia added she has missed creating a “fun and inclusive environment” for families to enjoy live music.

“We know from first-hand experience that young people have really missed out by not being in a community setting and feeling able to express themselves,” she said.

“So we are on a mission to reach as many families as possible this year! We don’t want anyone to miss out on the pure excitement of live music.”

Performances will be at 11.30am and 2pm.