Talented quintet to play Crich gig

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Radio Banska are to give a Live & Local show at Crich’s Glebe Field Centre on Sunday, October 18, from 7.30pm.

The Bath-based instrumental quintet rip up the file marked ‘genre’ and throw the resultant musical confetti in the air for all to dance around in.

This world jazz quintet play a stunning array of genre-defying Latin, eastern European, Middle Eastern, and fusion compositions delivered with passion and style.

They will take you on an exciting tour of musical influences from around the world, from Morocco, Jamaica and Buenos Aires to Paris, Budapest and the Balkans.

The band is fronted by guitars and violin and ably supported by double bass and a great percussion section, with numbers that speed up to drive dancers into ecstasy.

With haunting, exotic minor key melodies, and unusual time signatures, it is music to dance to - in fact it’s a a celebration.

The performance is suitable for those aged six and over.

Crich Glebe Field Centre is fully wheelchair accessible, with plenty of on-site parking.

There will be a licensed bar, with light refreshments available from 7 pm.

Tickets are £10 in advance for adults and £7 for 6-16 year olds.

On the door, if available, tickets are £12 for adults and £8.50 for 6-16 year olds.

Call the box office on 01773 853260 or email david@joylane.org.uk