So much is going on in Brighton right now, as the festival is in full swing and there are a record 1000 events scheduled over the four weeks, it is often hard to decide what to do, but I can tell you this is special, very special. I know because I went to the last solo concert. The music and the setting combined to make a magical evening,
Classical violinist Stuart Deeks returns to Swimming in Art, a tiny, but perfectly formed, art gallery right on Brighton beach. The small space has a wonderful atmosphere and according to Stuart “outstanding acoustics”. This time he will perform Partita in E major for solo violin by J.S.Bach, and a selection of English fiddle tunes. There will be a chance to sing along to the original text of ‘Sumer is icumen in’.
Bach on the Beach Wednesday May 17
Doors open 6.30pm, with concert starting at 7pm.
Performance will last approximately one hour.
Tickets £10. For advance telephone bookings, call Swimming in Art on 01273670954, or 07799303045. And I do advise you to book – last month was a sell out.
Refreshments available, or feel free to bring your own.
Find out more about Swimming in Art HERE