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Award-winning Tim Kliphuis Trio return to The Queens Hall for the World Premiere of their new programme 'Pictures at an Exhibition', where gypsy jazz and (neo)classical meet.  

Inspired by Modeste Mussorgsky’s highly original approach to music pioneered 150 years ago with his 'Pictures at an Exhibition', the Trio presents a range of emotions based on famous paintings by Van Gogh, Klimt, O’Keeffe, Hokusai and Hartmann.

The Tim Kliphuis trio comprises of Tim on violin, Nigel Clark on guitar and Roy Percy on double bass. Excitingly the piece will change every time it is performed by the trio as they weave their expert improvisation skills into it and push the boundaries of the music and themselves as performers.

Hear these works of art come to life with the Trio’s dazzling interpretations of Mussorgsky and Kliphuis’ themes!

This event is possible with the kind support of Sam Breadon.

Presented by The Queen's Hall

Tim Kliphuis Trio