Built on top of the underwater Thames Tunnel in Rotherhithe, the Brunel Museum is hosting a series of unique concert performances. Music in the Museum features various independent musicians of diverse backgrounds, fitting to the venue’s unique setting.
On Thursday 21st February, Dunajska Kapelye (dubbed as “the sweetest Gypsy violin in London”) will be treating crowds with their traditional Balkan tunes immersed with dazzling Jazz melodies. It is going to be a stellar evening drawing upon the eclectic diversity that is uniquely London and international at the same time.
Below is a taster of Dunajska Kapelye’s tantalising sounds:
To find out more about the band, please visit http://dunajskakapelye.co.uk/
To find out more about the venue and its fascinating history, please visit http://www.brunel-museum.org.uk/
Photo courtesy of Annie Mole.