We would like to thank everyone who attended Music for Bhopal, our 30th anniversary concert on Friday 28th November 2014. We hope you all the enjoyed the evening as much as we did.
The evening was a great success for the third year running with this year’s repertoire including acclaimed pianist Georg Michael Grau, and Akash Indian Flute and Tabla Duo.
An introduction by BMA trustee, Laurie Flynn followed by a special recording of the Marie Fidelis Gospel Choir singing ‘Breathe Fire’. in the first half, Akash provided a beautiful fusion of North Indian styles on the Carnatic & Bansuri Flute, and Tabla; After the interval, Georg Michael Grau wowed the audience with a stunning performace of Schumann’s Etudes Symphoniques.
Thank you to Adam Le Clercq for his role as musical director and to Laurie Flynn, chair of the BMA for hosting the evening and reading a stunning poem by Eduardo Galieano.
Thanks also go to the Brighton Unitarian church for letting us host the event for the third year in a row, and to all our volunteers and helpers on the night as well as those who attended the concert.