Kayhan Kalhor & Erdal Erzincan
The ongoing collaborations between Iranian artist Kayhan Kalhor and Erdal Erzincan fuse the respective traditions of Persia and Ottoman Turkey.
Each draws on the folk and classical heritage of their homeland, with Grammy Award winner Kalhor being an acclaimed player of the kamancheh, a Persian spiked fiddle, whilst Erzincan is renowned for his mastery of the Turkish baglama, a long-necked lute.
Ever since the pair released their album The Wind in 2006 they have continued to collaborate, their vibrant virtuosic explorations of Middle Eastern classical instrumentation creating striking and trance-like arrangements.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Start Times: 20.00
“The result is a set of instrumental compositions that flow into each other like one continuous work, with gently drifting passages in which the two instruments echo and improvise on different phrases”
St George’s Bristol
Getting to the venue
Location: St George’s is located near Bristol City Centre and just off Park Street. It has entrances on Great George Street and Charlotte Street (accessible).
Bicycle racks can be found outside the venue on Great George Street. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There are limited parking facilities on-site and these are prioritised for those with Blue Badges. For those who don’t have a Blue Badge, parking in the streets around the building is on meters, which are operational 7 days a week. The nearest car parks are located on Trenchard Street, Millennium Square, West End, Brandon Street, College Street, and Frog Lane.
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Many streets around St George’s Bristol will be part of Bristol’s newly introduced Clean Air Zone the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
The nearest bus services stop at College Green, a 2-minute walk from the venue.
St George’s Bristol has step-free access to the venue from Charlotte Street. There is a lift to all floors of the building with access to the Café Bar, glass studio and hall. The gardens are not fully accessible to wheelchairs.
We have accessible toilets located on each level of the new building and on the ground floor beside the Box Office.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are welcome inside the venue.
St George’s Bristol has an Assisted Listening System which can be accessed via WiFi.
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