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Jamie finds Lost Chord in Sheffield

Jazz musician Jamie Cullum at the PizzaExpress Jazz Club in London's Soho for the launch of PizzaExpress and Barclaycard Freedom's The Big Audition � a the search for the next big name in live music. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday July 25, 2011. The competition will see talented hopefuls compete for a �5,000 prize from Barclaycard Freedom to kick-start their music careers. The winner will also be given the chance to follow in the footsteps of Jamie Cullum by performing a live gig at the PizzaExpress Jazz Club. Photo credit should read: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

Jazz musician Jamie Cullum at the PizzaExpress Jazz Club in London's Soho for the launch of PizzaExpress and Barclaycard Freedom's The Big Audition � a the search for the next big name in live music. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday July 25, 2011. The competition will see talented hopefuls compete for a �5,000 prize from Barclaycard Freedom to kick-start their music careers. The winner will also be given the chance to follow in the footsteps of Jamie Cullum by performing a live gig at the PizzaExpress Jazz Club. Photo credit should read: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

Internationally acclaimed jazz pianist Jamie Cullum played with musicians with dementia on a visit to Brunswick Garden Retirement Village in Woodhouse.

He also met Helena Muller, chief executive of South Yorkshire charity Lost Chord, which uses song and dance to help people with dementia, while travelling around the country for a BBC Radio 4 documentary, Piano Pilgrimage.

 

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