Clive Carroll

Thu 23 March 7.45pm        Studio

Clive Carroll

An inspirational evening of medieval lute music, Spanish guitar classics, Delta Blues and hints of Chet Atkins & Django Reinhardt, through to The Beatles.

Having started playing guitar at the age of 9, Clive Carroll graduated from Trinity College with a First Class Honours Degree in Composition a& Guitar and is now regarded as one of the leading acoustic guitar players in the world along with such legends as the late John Renbourn and Tommy Emmanuel, with whom he has toured.

His recently-released fourth album, The Furthest Tree also features the great classical guitarist, John Williams. All four albums to date illustrate his impeccable technique combined with an eclectic mix of musical influences.

Tickets: £16.50

clivecarroll.co.uk

 

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