After her sold-out Kings Place concert in 2018, Women of the World bring the award-winning Syrian qanun composer Maya Youssef and virtuoso guitarist Craig Ogden together in a concert exploring links with European, middle-eastern and south Asian music on plucked strings.
‘Strings Attached’ will feature a mix of solo and collaborative pieces as well as work by cross-cultural composer Priti Paintal.
Ahead of their performance at 7.30pm, there will be a free Roma exhibition will be in the foyer.
Three generations of one traditional Gypsy Roma family playing acoustic magic with fire and soul; amazing audiences with back-to-front violin playing and soul-searching ballads followed by musical Gypsy mayhem.
The prodigious combination of virtuoso violin and Reinhardt-esque guitar backed by violin, guitar, accordion, double bass, cymbalon and great vocals combine to make the heart thump, the feet tap, the hands clap and invites you into the secret world of joyous Gypsy melodies that haunt and delight your mind!
The World in a Tent Roma exhibition will be in the foyer all day hosting workshops in Roma music from 4pm-5pm and dance from 5pm-6pm for everyone to join in!