AN INSPIRATIONAL evening of music from throughout the ages is heading to Corringham Village Hall.
Acclaimed musician Clive Carroll will be performing a concert of medieval lute music, Spanish guitar classics, Delta blues and hints of Chet Aitkins and Django Reinhardt all the way through to the Bealtes and other contemporary hits.
He has won many awards throughout his colourful career, including the John Halford Prize for Composition, the Gladys Puttick Memorial Prize for Extemporisation, the Ivor Mairants Guitar Award (1997) amd the Montagu Cleeve Prize for Guitar.
Mojo magazine described Clive as ‘stunning’ while Acoustic Guitar Magazine USA hailed him as ‘probably the best and most original young acoustic guitar player and composer in Great Britain’.
Clive Carroll presents 1000 years of music at Corringham Village Hall on Thursday 9th February at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £8 and are available by calling 01427 838368.
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