Music at Duffield

Kosmos(violin, viola, accordion)

Saturday 23 April 2016
Ecclesbourne School

Kosmos Ensemble is re-defining classical and world music. Sophisticated jazz glides magically into wild Gypsy fiddling, emotive Jewish music into hot-blooded tango, Arabic and Turkish improvisation into Greek melodies. As described by Richard Morrison, chief music critic of The Times: “telepathic rapport, dazzling virtuosity, serious scholarship, intellectual curiosity and impeccable musicianship. I defy you not to be mesmerised.&rdquo Making extensive use of their own arrangements, alongside vibrant new compositions, entrancing dance rhythms, soulful improvisation and passion delivered with panache and virtuoso technique.


A dazzling journey across the globe, drawing on a fascinating variety of world music and classical influences, arranged, composed and improvised by Kosmos. Emotive Jewish, Gypsy and Greek music glide intohot-blooded tango, Arabic rhythms, Celtic melody and Japanese folk song, introduced with humour and panache. Programmes can be tailored to individual concerts and include music by Bach, Brahms, Sarasate and Piazzolla.

Venue and Tickets

This concert is in the Main Hall at the Ecclesbourne School, Duffield, Derbyshire, DE56 4GS.
The venue is suitable for the disabled and there is a free car park.
Please note that the doors will open at 7.00pm and all seats are unreserved.
Individual tickets: Adult £13, Concession £12, Student £6, available at the door and online.