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World class guitarist comes to Northallerton

[Friday 06 November 2009]
Eduardo Niebla
Eduardo Niebla

A flavour of the Mediterranean is coming to Northallerton later this month as a world class guitarist and composer takes to the stage.

Eduardo Niebla - know as one of the most brilliant and emotive performers on the world circuit today - will perform two sets of his original compositions at the Hambleton Forum on Sunday November 29.

Fusing poetic and flamenco gypsy jazz with Arabic, Indian, Latin and classical influences he creates a spellbinding musical experience full of ‘hot, dark, Mediterranean passion’.

He has worked with many acclaimed artists including Craig David, George Michael and Belinda Carlisle and his concert appearances have included the Jaipur Festival India, the Olympic Games in Greece and Glastonbury.

Tickets priced at £10 (£8 concessions) are available from Hambleton Leisure Centre on 01609 777070, Hambleton Forum on 01609 776230 or www.digyorkshire.com

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