Sunday 14 May 7pm Kings Arms Berkhamsted
Join us as we explore the ancient network of trade routes connecting East and West through music by Debussy, the Beatles and guitarist John McLaughlin, all influenced by Indian modes and instruments in their music.
In a programme created by CHROMA violinist David Le Page, he and CHROMA cellist Clare O’Connell, joined by Catherine Leech (violin), Vanessa McNaught (viola) and Eric Ford (percussion) present an exotic programme to include Debussy’s String Quartet, Shakti/John McLaughlin’s Joy and Tomorrow Never Knows
concert tickets: £15/£12 concs
CHROMA Going Steady/Confetti Friends £13/£10
to book: email firstname.lastname@example.org
or available to purchase from Luminous and Vogue
24 Lower Kings Road (cash or cheques only)