Evan Milton's Homeground: Guy Buttery and Derek Gripper

EVAN MILTON - HOMEGROUND ADVANTAGE  |  Podcast  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
5 December, 2019: Award winning guitarists Derek Gripper and Guy Buttery will play a "one night only" show in Cape Town on Wednesday 11 December. Evan Milton showcases their musical interpretations of the Malian kora tradition, Bach, Indian classical music, Egberto Gismonti and contemporary South African jazz influences like Thandi Ntuli and Ronan Skillen. Also includes interviews with Derek and Guy - and brand new tracks from Buttery's new album "Nadi", and unreleased tracks by Gripper, including a transposition of Salif Keita's "Ama Na Ding".

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05
DEC
2019

Homeground: Derek Gripper & Guy Buttery (5 Dec 2019)

Award winning guitarists Derek Gripper and Guy Buttery play "one night only" in Cape Town on Wednesday 11 December. Evan Milton showcases their musical interpretations of the kora tradition of Mali, of Bach and Indian classical music, of Egberto Gismonti and contemporary South African jazz influences like Thandi Ntuli and Ronan Skillen.
Also includes
* Interview with Derek Gripper
* Interview and Guy Buttery
* Brand new tracks from "Nadi", Guy Buttery's new album with Dr Kanada Narahari
* Unreleased tracks by Derek Gripper, including a transposition of Salif Keita's "Ama Na Ding".