- See & Do
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|Fri 8 Aug - Sun 2 Nov||Taylor Wessing Photographic Protrait Prize 2013 at The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge|
|Sat 27 Sep||Comedy Tour at Canterbury Tales|
|Sat 27 Sep - Sat 1 Nov||John Copnall Paintings at Sidney Cooper Gallery|
|Thu 2 Oct||Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year at St Gregory's Centre for Music|
|Wed 15 - Fri 31 Oct||In Here Out There at Canterbury Cathedral|
|Sat 18 Oct||Cabaret Fantastique at Festival Spiegeltent|
James Rhodes is a man on a mission to debunk the idea of stuffiness that can surround the world of classical music. Everyone should experience its splendour. Dubbed ‘the Russell Brand of piano’, the revolutionary pianist’s number one iTunes debut album, Razor Blades Little Pills and Big Pianos reflects his personal struggle with rehab and psych wards. Bach, Beethoven and Chopin became his solace. This evening James will play works by Schubert, Chopin and Blumenfeld.
The first core classical pianist to be signed to the world’s largest rock label, Warner Bros Records, he’s played the Latitude Festival, sharing stages with Florence + the Machine and The National. His iconoclastic approach weaves stand-up anecdotes about his life and those of the composers into his performance, offering an immersive experience that has won him a dedicated new following.
Supported by The Seary Charitable Trust
|Wed 22 Oct 2014||19:30|
Booking fees apply*.
(*Booking Fees Apply – By phone & in person: £1 per ticket booking fee. Online: 75p per ticket booking fee. The maximum fee you will be charged when booking by phone or in person is £8. Booking fees are unlimited online.)