Gypsy folk group to visit Tyne Valley

THERE is a taste of Eastern European gypsy music ahead for Northumberland.

THERE is a taste of Eastern European gypsy music ahead for Northumberland.

The New Budapest Cafe Orchestra folk group, inspired by the music of European gypsies, are in Corbridge and Wark in October.

The group, with four exponents of violin, guitar, accordion, double bass, saz and balalaika, will play a programme of Hungarian czardas and Russian and Ukrainian folk songs at Corbridge Parish Hall (Oct 27) and Wark Town Hall & Mechanics Institute (Oct 28).

Call 07500 822784 for details of the Corbridge event and 01434 230250 for details of the Wark event, or visit www.highlightsnorth.co.uk

 
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