Sandbach percussionist Graham Proctor, joins forces with Delia Stevens (Kabantu) and André Nadais to give us a thrilling evening of percussion music.
5:00pm Pre-concert Early Bird meal at La Casa Mia (not included in the ticket)
Why not make an evening of it and book your pre-concert dinner at La Casa Mia who are kindly helping to sponsor the concert series
- 6:30pm Doors open
- 7:00: Spotlight Concert
- Music performed by talented young people from Sandbach
- 7:30 Intermission
- Art Exhibition by Suzie Quick from Sandbach Art Club
- Raffle in aid of Hearing Dogs for the Deaf
- 8:00 Main Concert
Trikāya ≈ three bodies
1. Dharmakāya: unlimited truth
2. Sambhogakāya: mutual enjoyment
3. Nirmāṇakāya: physicality within time and space
Trikāya Percussion brings together three brilliant percussionists (Delia Stevens, Graham Proctor and André Nadais) who all studied at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Trikaya means “three bodies” within Buddhist scripture – “unlimited truth, mutual enjoyment and the physicality of time and space”.
Among their individual accolades you will find the Portuguese Young Musician of the Year, Royal Over-Seas League Winner, RNCM Concerto Competition Winner, RNCM Gold Medal Winner and the BBC Young Musician of the Year Category Finalist. They have all performed all over the world, from China to Wigmore Hall to the BBC Proms and now come together to form a spectacular trio.
Trikāya’s programmes span centuries of music and drawing on the virtuosity and free spirit percussion can offer across an incredible variety of instruments, from the stunning sound of three marimbas played with four mallets, to the rhythmic drive of bass drums, Chinese gongs and bongos. Trikaya explore limitless sound worlds via exhilarating performance to incite the adventurous and curious among the audience.