Paul Chamberlain’s new album to be released tomorrow

Monday 30th June 2014

Accordionist Paul Chamberlain will be releasing his second album tomorrow. Accordion Sensations will be launched on 1st July 2014 at the 1901 Arts Club in Waterloo and includes fantastic repertoire by Scarlatti, Weber and Zolotariev. Paul has also collaborated with the Maxwell Quartet and duets with violinist Feargus Hetherington. The album release coincides with Paul’s UK tour* which takes place from 1st July until 9th August, and will include performances in London, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Passionate about exploring the reach of the classical accordion, Paul has previously toured in California and has also performed in Russia, Finland, Greece and Bahrain. As a consequence of his international success and critically acclaimed debut album The Classical Accordion, Paul is recognised as a leading talent on the Accordion. Having studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and won the acclaimed Governor’s Prize for Keyboard he has gone on to win many national competitions and is a passionate advocate of this unusual instrument.

Visit Paul’s website here

1st July – London – 1901 Arts Club (Album Launch event)*

2nd July – London – Apple Store, Regent Street

3rd July – London – St Giles in the Fields

4th July – Birmingham – St Martin in the Bullring

5th July – Oxford – Holy Trinity Headington

6th July – Cambridge – Emmanuel Church

10th July – Scotland, Dunkeld – Birnam Arts Centre

11th July – Scotland, Dundee – Dundee Cathedral

13th July – Scotland, Aberdeen – Cowdray Hall

18th July – Newcastle – Lit & Phil

19th July – Portsmouth, Fareham – Ashcroft Arts Centre

20th July – Kent – Faversham Parish Church

1st August – Bristol – St George’s Bristol

2nd August – Wales, Cardiff – Norwegian Church Arts Centre

3rd August – Wales, Pembrokeshire – St Tudwalls Church

5th August – Scotland, Edinburgh – Royal Overseas League

9th August – Scotland, Edinburgh – Royal Overseas League


Paul Chamberlain

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