The Building Bridges quartet at St Margaret’s Church

Early bird offer: reserve your ticket for the even­ing con­cert* in advance through artworksnw@​gmail.​com or Face­book A cel­eb­ra­tion of the diversity of cul­tures, through music, and pay the con­ces­sion­ary rate of £6 (full price on the night: £8).

Olivia Moore — violin
Giuli­ano Mod­arelli- guitar
Adam Warne- Egyp­tian percussion
Jon Thorne- Double bass

Giuli­ano Mod­arelli and I have worked togeth­er off and on for eight years and toured inter­na­tion­ally togeth­er, with a fusion band in 2002–4. Adam Warne has been play­ing drums and per­cus­sion for over twenty-five years. Whilst he has stud­ied vari­ous forms of per­cus­sion, in Unfurl, Adam mainly plays his spe­ci­al­ity of Eqyp­tian per­cus­sion, with the riq and dar­bouka, all with his char­ac­ter­ist­ic spon­taneity and pas­sion. Jon Thorne, one of the most in-demand bassists in the coun­try today par­tic­u­larly on the UK folk scene, plays with lamb and John Smith to name a couple. 

On May 27, 2012 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm 

At St Mar­garet : Corner of Rufford Rd / Whal­ley Rd, Whal­ley Range, Great­er Manchester, M16 8AE

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