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Raymond Burley

Friday, April 24, 2015

8.00pm 0

Falmouth, Cornwall

4 Parts Guitar

41 Melvill Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4AR

phone: 01326 211 222


4 Parts Guitar

The Princess Pavilion is a charming entertainment venue nestled beside the historical gardens of Gyllyngdune


From A39 (main road into Falmouth) Melvill Road (section of A39) to a small car park on the north side of the building. Gyllyngvase Terrace and Cliff Road (the Falmouth sea front) have pedestrian access only.

Car Park
The nearest public car park is 100 metres away (at Falmouth Town Railway Station) and there is ample car parking in the immediate vicinity.

Railway Station
The nearest Railway Station is Falmouth Town Railway Station, 100 metres away.

Bus & Coach
The bus & coach terminal is at The Moor, Falmouth and the local town bus shuttle stops immediately outside on Melvill Road.

Pedestrian Access
Pedestrian access to Cliff Road and Falmouth seafront is gained through the oldest part of the gardens, The Grotto.

4 Parts Guitar are Raymond Burley, John Etheridge, Gordon Giltrap and Clive Carroll.

Soft Machine guitarist John Etheridge partnered the legendary Stephane Grappelli for many years and tours as a duo with the world's greatest classical guitarist, John Williams.

Best known for his hit singles Heartsong and Fear of the Dark in the late 1970s, Gordon Giltrap has gone on to become one of the UK's premier acoustic guitarists, working with amongst others, Martin Taylor and the London Symphony Orchestra.

Clive Carroll began his career touring with guitar maestro and mentor John Renbourn before teaming up with Australian superstar Tommy Emmanuel, whilst Raymond Burley has performed with many of the UK's most prestigious orchestras and conducts classical masterclasses around the world.

For those who would like to know more have a look at their various websites.

Please check availability of tickets and confirm date / start times with the organiser before setting out, as sometimes changes are unavoidable - thank you.

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