Our Next Concert

Our next concert is the Tim Kliphuis Trio on 29th November at 7.30.


Hot off the heels of their second release with Sony Classical, “Concertos”, the Trio take to the road again for their 12th season, having racked up successes at classical festivals, concert halls, competitions and clubs worldwide. A continuing journey into the heart and soul, they play only one genre: MUSIC.

Superb: a thoughtful, provocative meeting of minds” – Sunday Times

Freewheeling in an improvisatory style” – The Guardian

Sourcing the greatest compositions from all styles and making them into a tapestry of dazzling colours, this is a life-changing experience, as confirmed by the Trio’s loyal fans round the world.

Recent Trio highlights include the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, collaborations with the Tallinn and Netherlands Chamber Orchestras, the German Richard Strauss Festival and Glasgow’s Celtic Connections Festival. In 2017, they received the Woordfees Award (Cape Town) for best instrumental performance.

Tim Kliphuis has been hailed as a contemporary, improvising “Paganini”. He has shared the stage with Richard Galliano, Frankie Gavin, Les Paul and many gypsy jazz groups including The Rosenberg Trio. He has a busy international schedule including work with The Hague Philharmonic, is an in-demand educator at competitions, masterclasses and conservatoires and is the author of best-selling book “Gypsy Jazz Violin”.

Nigel Clark is an awe-inspiring guitar virtuoso with a unique sound, and has worked with the biggest names in jazz, folk and rock including Gloria Gaynor, Moya Brennan, Jan Akkerman, Philip Catherine, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow and Scottish hit band Hue and Cry. He toured the Far East with legendary jazz singer Carol Kidd and has played the music of Django Reinhardt all his life.

Roy Percy’s bass sound is rooted in New Orleans and Jump-Jive, bringing the Trio raw street rhythms and infectious grooves. He has worked with top Americans Duke Heitger, Marty Grosz, Bob Barnard and Evan Christopher. His unique bass slapping techniques, unrivalled in Europe, and his subtle dynamic feel make for a great range of emotions.