An update on the summer series of Worton nights as we have now opened booking for Gastrophysics by Professor Charles Spence on Saturday 3rd June.
First though we have the fantastic Jazz guitar duet of Pete Oxley and Nicolas Meier playing at the farm this Saturday evening. Many of you will have heard these guys before but as their range and repertoire is so broad, they are always a refreshing delight to hear again. Their music falls into the ‘jazz’ category, as there is improvisation (as a major element) in each piece. However, the soundscapes are very much influenced from their various travels, this summarised by their strap-line: “soundscapes from Turkey to Brazil”. As a result, Oxley and Meier have performed in many of the top venues in jazz, world music and classical venues including Ronnie Scott’s, the Musicport Festival and The Wigmore Hall.
Expect an evening of joyous varied fare, performed by these two seriously established musicians which The Observer described thus:
“When it comes to empathy, this duet of guitar virtuosi comes close to perfection“
The evening will commence with drinks from 7pm followed by two sets of music interwoven with some delicious food. The remaining tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite by clicking here.
A fortnight later on Saturday June 3rd, Professor Charles Spence will be returning for another evening of taste explosions and gustatory surprises as part of his Gastrophysics talks. Following on from his book, Gastrophysics – The New Science of Eating, this entertaining talk with accompanying dinner will transform your understanding of food, eating and your senses. Again tickets are on sale on Eventbrite by clicking here
The whole team look forward to greeting you again over the weekend.