Richard Durrant – Guitarist. The 2013 Tour.


THIS EVENT IS ON FRIDAY 10TH MAY (brought forward from Sat. 18th May)

The English guitarist Richard Durrant is a world class virtuoso with an imaginative flair for presentation and a warm and easy rapport that has endeared him to audiences in the UK, Europe and South America.

Richard Durrant

Sussex Guitarist Richard Durrant

His 2013 UK tour brings a new show packed full of stories and music from a lifetime of playing the guitar.

Using the most intriguing musical stepping stones – Durrant strides across continents and centuries like a possessed, guitar wielding Dr Who.

The guitar is a chameleon – especially in these capable hands.

Expect to hear JS Bach, Django Reinhardt, music from Venezuela and Paraguay, and a special 10th anniversary tribute to Freddie Phillips with music from Trumpton, Camberwick Green & Chigley.

Add to the mix Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells and you will see why Richard is the greatest guitarist of his generation.

“One of the world’s most accomplished and experimental players.” Guitarist Magazine
“One is left with the impression of a man who loves music and life in equal measure.” Gramophone Magazine
“Extraordinary virtuosity… A simply unmissable treat.” Classic FM Magazine
“Durrant never lets his stunning technique overshadow this wonderful, timeless music.” The Sun Newspaper
“Amongst the greats of instrumental performance…” Properganda Magazine
“Flawless and mesmerising…” Acoustic Magazine

Related Links
Richard-Durrant.com
Richard Durrant Facebook        YouTube        Twitter
Richard Durrant Music
Linn Records
Richard Durrant at iTunes

£10 / £9  (UGT Members/concessions) .

Buy at the UGT on Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm, or whenever the theatre is open, from Eastbourne Tourist Information or, if still available, on the door.

Otherwise you can buy (plus a booking fee) from Oxboffice : either by telephone (0845 6801 926) or online by clicking the links below.

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This event is brought forward from 18th May to prevent the clash with the John Williams (guitarist) gig at the Eastbourne Town Hall.  Irony, as both are very good friends, and Richard replaced John when he retired from the group Skyy.