‘Na voce ‘na chitarra – Andrew Morris (tenor) and Andrew Keeping (guitar)
Saturday September 8 in Maker with Rame Community Hall, Fore Street, Kingsand at 7.30pm (Doors & Bar open at 7pm)
Sunday September 9 in Chycara, Carnon Downs near Truro, at 3pm (Food & Drinks available from 12.30pm)
The programme features songs taken from their recently-released CD, Napulitano, and opens with the exquisitely-intimate love song, Caro mio ben, and ends with the dramatic, and much loved O sole mio – songs of love, loss, drama, passion and humour, interspersed with virtuoso guitar solos.
Andrew Morris graduated from Manchester’s Royal Northern College of Music, and is much in demand for operatic roles, oratorio, and concerts throughout the UK and Europe.
Andrew Keeping is an honorary associate of the Royal Academy of Music, and has appeared at venues worldwide, as well as having made a number of radio and TV broadcasts.
He has performed for Pope John Paul II, and both the British and Spanish Royal Families, as well as working as professor and lecturer at the London College of Music.
Tickets: Adults (£10 / under-18s £5 are available in person from Mac’s Village Store, Kingsand, Millbrook News, and Liskeard Tourist Information Office.
They are also available online from crbo.co.uk/maker and by phoning 01726 879500. They are also available at the door on the night, subject to availability.
Please contact Chycara direct on 01872 865447 for information and booking for the Sunday afternoon event.
Philip R Buttall
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