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Antonio Forcione Fun Club

Antonio Forcione Fun Club

Dec 10th 2016 @ Pizza Express Jazz Club

London, United Kingdom
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LONDON Pizza Express Soho - Antonio Forcione Quartet - Sketches of Africa (10-11-12-13 Dec)
Saturday, December 10th, 2016
7:30 PM
Pizza Express Jazz Club
London, United Kingdom
Antonio Forcione Quartet - Sketches of Africa

Antonio Forcione-Guitars
Jenny Adejayan-Cello
Anselmo Netto-Percussion/mandolin
Matheus Nova-Bass

10 December 2016 6:00pm 7:30pm (Last few tickets)
10 December 2016 10:00pm 10:30pm
11 December 2016 6:30pm 8:00pm
12 December 2016 7:00pm 8:30pm
13 December 2016 7:00pm 8:30pm

Pick your favourite Evening now!
020 7439 4962 |
Pizza Express-10 Dean Street,London,W1D 3RW

Antonio Forcione presents his successful album Sketches of Africa Inspired by his tours throughout the continent of Africa, the album has received raving reviews including best album of the month by Guitar Techniques Magazine and welcomed by the legion of fans Antonio has built up over twenty years of composing, performing and thrilling audiences with his passionate and creative playing.

Antonio takes the guitar to new levels of expression and his numerous awards around the world are a testimony to his genius. Be prepared to both laugh and be moved as he celebrates the unexpected elements in life with delicacy, humour and not least, passion. International tours have brought high critical acclaim from as far as Australia and Hong Kong to Russia, the Caribbean, USA and all over Europe. His albums have variously topped UK and international jazz charts and he has shared the stage worldwide with some of the world’s most accomplished musicians.

“A performer of world class status ... forceful and with an enviable technique, he takes the guitar to new levels of expression combining its melodic powers with dramatic percussive effects. Forcione boldly goes where no guitarist has gone before and the results are quite spectacular ... miss him at your peril”. The Stage

“You have a beautiful touch” Sir Paul McCartney
“Possessing the skill, flair and stunning technique of Paco de Lucia and John McClaughlin, with the looks of a low rent middle-aged gigolo” Omid Djalili
“That is beautiful” Stevie Wonder
“A slick and impressive show” British Theatre Guide (5 stars)