A Game Changer for the Ukulele

‘A game changer for the ukulele’
George Hinchliffe – co-founder of The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Six Grooves for Ukulele
21 April 2018, 7.30pm
The Hawth, Hawth Avenue, Crawley, RH10 6YZ

Tickets: £21.50, Child £18, Schools/Groups 10 + £16.50
Booking information: 01293 553636 parkwoodtheatres.co.uk

Join us for what promises to be a fantastic evening of music from world class concert guitarist, ukulele virtuoso and composer Richard Durrant. Together with The Richard Durrant Orchestra they will perform the long awaited new work for solo Ukulele, Strings, Percussion, Keyboards, Bass and Antiphonal Ukuleles (made up of uke players from the local community).

The Richard Durrant Orchestra features a full string section plus Chris Brannick & Stephen Hiscock – percussion, Howard Beach – keyboards and Gareth Huw Davis – bass.

Get involved…

Six Grooves for Ukulele involves The Richard Durrant Orchestra working with ukulele players in the area to perform this original and ground breaking new work.

If you want to be one of the community ukulele players then join Richard’s workshops on Tuesday 10th April, Tuesday 17th April 7pm & Saturday 21st April 11am at The Hawth in Crawley.

‘The whole work was totally involving, and not just because I was involved! I won’t forget my experience in a hurry’
Community ukulele player

We can guarantee something special with Six Grooves for Ukulele: The menagerie of exotic instruments with the “Bicyclatter” arched over the drum-kit centre stage is further enhanced by animated backdrops, beautiful still images and clever lighting design.

The Complete Programme:

Six Grooves for Ukulele
for full orchestra, solo ukulele and antiphonal ukuleles
The Girl at the Airport
for guitar and strings
Cycling Music:
For guitar sequences, full orchestra and bicyclatter (bicycle percussion)

SIX GROOVES FOR UKULELE WORKSHOPS
10 April – 21 April

SIX GROOVES FOR UKULELE – PERFORMANCE
21 April : 7:30 pm

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