An astonishing collection of photographs found at flea markets around Berlin inspired singer and wordsmith Paul Armfield’s latest show.
He will perform a new programme of songs with a small ensemble of multi-instrumentalists in an atmospheric concert at Buxton’s Pavilion Arts Centre on November 8.
Earlier this month, the Isle of Wight singer, songwriter and musician released his latest album which coincided with the opening of his photography exhibition, Found, based at Dimbola Museum and Galleries.
The unique and thoughtful concert combines Paul’s latest enterprises, with photographs related to his exhibition providing an illustrated backdrop to the evocative soundscape.
Other music concerts to take place in the Pavilion Arts Centre includes the Lowry Brass Quintet on Thursday next week, providing November’s Coffee Concert with a contemporary and classical repertoire. Filling the monthly Jazz in the Arts Centre slot on November 15 will be the Andrew Wood Trio, a dynamic, young piano ensemble.
Tickets for Paul Armfield Trio are priced at £14 and discounts are available. To buy tickets or for more information, contact Buxton Opera House on 01298 72190 or visit www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk