Wednesday 23rd August 7.30pm
Following their sell-out performance at last year’s festival, and back by popular demand, virtuoso violinist Chris Garrick and his Budapest Café Orchestra return to the Tabernacle once again. Described as the ‘finest purveyors of Balkan music this side of a Lada scrap heap’, this quirky ensemble promises a journey from one emotional pole to another: from a desperately tragic, and evocative heart-rending ancient Jewish melody to a dance from Romania or Russia and all the fiery exuberance that goes with it.
The Budapest Café Orchestra offers an evening of musical delights, humour and charm, disguised as a gypsy-jazz quartet. Notorious for the authenticity of their infectious enthusiasm and uplifting performances, this is not a concert to be missed.
Tickets: Adults: £15 Friends of The Tabernacle: £14 Child: £4
There are a very limited number of tickets remaining for this event.
Please call 01654 703355 for availability.