Drawing on his experience of making his own instruments, Din Ghani explores the evolution and eclipse of the European lute and other stringed instruments and the emergence of the English guittar, which became a favourite in later 18th century Bath.
Sacré et profane – airs, dances and motets from 17th century France
Din is joined by sopranos Jane Hunt and Carmel Edwards.
Friday 10th November at 6.30 pm
At the Museum of Bath Architecture
Tickets £12 to include a glass of wine. Please call Jill Hunter to book, on 01225 333895, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or turn up on the night!