There’s a fantastic gig coming up this Friday 2nd July at Liverpool Hope’s new Capstone Theatre at its Creative Campus in Everton.
Neil Campbell is a talented and respected composer-guitarist from Liverpool, whose classical crossover guitar music has drawn sell-out audiences in Merseyside and beyond. He will be playing a selection of his solo guitar music, as well as music from a special collaboration with composer and vocalist Perri Alleyne-Hughes (Sense of Sound), who will also be appearing on the night.
In an innovative change to the normal classical concert format, soloists and ensembles from the Liverpool Guitar Society will be playing a support slot, warming up the audience and kicking off a great night of top quality classical guitar music. On the programme is a mix of beautiful music including a new work by local Composer and Society member Richard Harding.
The concert starts at 8pm sharp, tickets are £8 (£6 concessions and £5 for Guitar Society Members) and are available through Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Box Office, Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP. Tel: 0151 709 3489 or book on-line here.
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