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Preston Guild City

Harris Live

Date Wednesday 03 October 2018 - Monday 01 April 2019
Time 7:00pm - 9:30pm
Location Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, Market Square, Preston, PR1 2PP
Cost £8

Musician playing saxophone in Harris Museum, Preston.

#HarrisLive is Back by Popular Demand...

Join us for five eclectic musical performances with a range of genres to suit all tastes.

Save the Dates

The Harris Live concerts all take place between 7.30pm-9.30pm, with doors opening at 7pm. Tickets are £8 each (+ 97p booking fee). To book tickets online visit Eventbrite - Harris Live.

The concerts will be held on the following dates:  

  • Wednesday 6 March 
  • Monday 1 April

Who Can I See?

To download the full programme see the document section at the bottom of the page.

Paul Birchall 'Conversing with the Minimoog'

1 April, 7.30pm-9pm

Join multimedia artist Paul Birchall as he marks the release of his remarkable new collection of songs called 'Conversing with the Minimoog'. Paul will perform his latest work inspired by the iconic Minimoog Model D Synthesizer - a musical instrument that has played a major role in shaping popular music since its release in 1970.

Influenced by his personal relationship with the Model D, Paul can be heard tipping his hat to past explorers of the technology and uncovering new ground on which future Moogers will no doubt tread. In fact, seminal musician Graham Massey (808 Sate, Bjork, and Biting Tongues) recently described Paul playing the Minimoog as being 'Like watching James Bond throwing an Aston Martin around'.

For full details and how to book tickets see Paul Birchall 'Conversing with the Minimoog'.

CLOUDS Harp Quartet

6 March, 7.30pm-9.30pm

As individuals, all four members of CLOUDS are established as soloists, chamber and orchestral musicians. They recently performed at Manchester Jazz Festival where they received a standing ovation for Esther Swift’s new commission ‘Light Gatherer’.

The quartet have received rave reviews from London Jazz and Jazzwise magazine for their captivating performance and original music.

A mini bar will be available on the evening.

For full details and how to book tickets see CLOUDS Harp Quartet.

Map Address for The Harris

Harris Museum, Art Gallery & Library, Jacson Street, Preston PR1 2PP.