Date: Sunday 31st January
Timings: Login 17:30-18:00
Q and A with Paul 19:30
THE FOUR SEASONS WITH PAUL GALBRAITH.
Prices: All price levels have the same viewing experience and we simply leave it up to you to decide how much you feel you can afford to support our musicians and our ongoing costs.
Price level 1 £8.95
Price level 2 £15.95
Price level 3 £29.95
Price level 4 £39.95
Patron of the Arts: £99.95 (Gold level contribution for those wanting to show great generosity for our musicians at this difficult time.)
Online booking subject to a 5% booking fee per ticket.
The Four Seasons with Paul Galbraith.
An online concert followed by a live Q and A with an international acclaimed guitar soloist.
Paul Galbraith is internationally renowned as one of the foremost guitarists of our time. His revolutionary approach to guitar playing has made him an instantly recognizable figure in classical music, but it is ultimately his interpretative breadth which has captivated audiences the world over.
“Paul Galbraith has something near genius.”
— Classical Music
Paul says: "This is a programme which, due to the broad stylistic survey it encompasses, can with some legitimacy, be entitled ‘The Four Seasons’. Only the order has been scrambled: beginning with Bach as ‘Spring’, we progress through ‘Winter’, then ‘Summer’ and end up in ‘Autumn’, the season of the Romantic era.
The so-called ‘Brahms Guitar’ that I play (and invented, together with luthier David Rubio - he it was who gave the guitar its admittedly quirky name) was in fact originally conceived as a broad- ranging instrument for all ‘seasons’ of repertoire.
I play like a cellist not, as might easily be assumed, in order to be a surrogate cellist but simply because the posture provides me with freedom of movement in both arms. It’s also very comfortable!"
For a clip of Paul's playing click the YouTube link below.
When you have purchased your chosen price level, the TIC will send you an email with your own personal Zoom link which serves as a ticket. You can login any time from 5.30 p.m. At 6 p.m. you will be directed to your own private YouTube of the concert on Hennessey Brown Music’s YouTube channel. Feel free to subscribe whilst you are there! The music starts at 6 and you are then very welcome to return to the Zoom room for a Q and A from 7.30 p.m. The concert is just under an hour and a quarter long so you have 15 minutes to navigate your way to the concert and even make a cup of tea or bring a glass of something to the Zoom Q and A.