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14 Feb 2020 8pm
In a career spanning four decades, guitar virtuoso and composer Eduardo Niebla has been acclaimed as one of the most potent forces in flamenco jazz fusion. And his highly lyrical style, with explorations into Indian, Arabic and classical music, has resulted in the most electrifying, brilliant and poignantly poetic guitar playing on the world circuit.
Eduardo’s concert appearances have included the Cairo & Tbilisi International Jazz Festivals, the Jaipur Festival India, the Queen Elizabeth Hall London, the Odessa Jazz Carnival, the Olympic Games Greece, the San Isidro Fiesta Madrid, Celtic Connections Glasgow and Glastonbury, as well as concert tours to Europe, the Baltic States, the Middle East and South Africa.
It’s a journey which has led to many collaborations with artists across the globe including pop musicians George Michael and Craig David.
His latest album, “Las Olas de Niebla” (2018) is dedicated to his brother the acclaimed artist José Niebla. Like all his albums it’s a personal journey. Eduardo continues to tour, compose and record and his musical genius touches the lives of all who he encounters.
After a sell out performance in 2016 Eduardo is back. If you have not had a chance to hear this amazing guitarist then come along for a night of unparalleled flamenco and jazz guitar playing.
During this period of social distancing and lockdown due to Coronavirus we advise that you check directly with the organiser of this event that it is going ahead as publicised.
tickets - £14
- Wheelchair access
The Courthouse is fully accessible, with lift access to the first floor.
- Family friendly
- Wheelchair access
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