Leading UK concert guitarist Richard Durrant is back doing what he does best – captivating audiences the length and breadth of the country with the sheer bravura of his musical presentation.
For nearly 30 years, the world-class virtuoso has been in the vanguard of staging a dazzling variety of repertoire in ever more innovative ways while the rest of the classical musical world continues to agonise over how to make itself more accessible.
Durrant is on the road again with his 2013 autumn tour, taking the wraps off his ever-popular Guitar Whisperer show.
Highlights include his showstopping interpretation of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells and his fond tribute to the late, great Freddie Phillips, inspirational guitarist behind the music to BBC children's TV favourites Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley.
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Local music fans can catch Durrant in action at Holy Trinity Church, Chantry on Saturday, October 19 at 7.30pm.
All the usual Durrant trademarks will be there, including eye-catching projections, ingenious use of digital sound loops and, not least, his warm, larger-than-life personality that makes him an instant friend to every audience.
At the heart of the evening, though, is a master musician at the height of his powers, playing everything from famous works by JS Bach and Django Reinhardt to music from Venezuela and Paraguay.
Another treat will be a series of Romanian and English folk dances.
Tickets, costing £12, can be booked by calling 01373 836294.