This week saw Richard Durrant’s 13th performance of Stringhenge Tour 2017 in the magical setting of Chichester Cathedral. With it’s beautiful acoustics, atmospheric ambience and historical legacy this has to be one of the highlights of the tour so far…
And most importantly, the audience loved it too:
Another wonderful and atmospheric concert. Brilliant acoustic and lighting too!
Catch up with Richard’s video diary of this week’s highlights…
And there are just three more performances of Stringhenge left in the current tour – so just three chances left to catch this mesmerising show:
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Hurst Festival
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Edwinstowe
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Peebles
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Penrith
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Halesworth
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – One Year On – Tunbridge Wells
Richard Durrant Stringhenge – Shoreham-by-Sea
Richard Durrant with special Guest Howard Beach
Also coming up on Thursday 19 October at St Paul’s Church, Brighton, is a really special one off concert in Brighton with special Guest, pianist and harpsichordist Howard Beach. Howard will join Richard Durrant in their unique versions of Vivaldi’s A minor guitar concerto alongside other works.
Richard Durrant’s Candlelit Christmas Concert Tour
And after that it’s Richard Durrant’s Candlelit Christmas Concert Tour. This year Richard is once again joined by master folk fiddler Nick Pynn and singer Amy Kakoura – two great musicians who help take this show into the heart of Christmas.
‘This was a celebration without any sparkly tinsel and commercial sentimentality. Amy’s pure vocal was a Yuletide delight. Durrant’s playing was masterful creating the right seasonal feel to this family show. He played two shows, both sold out.’
– Brighton Argus