OPEN Music returns with a stunning line up and an opportunity to book for dinner at the newly opened Orchard Cafe.
Miss Viv Dubois and Mr Tom Collins Jnr
We are delighted to announce that Mr Tom Collins Jnr was successful in his audition with Miss Dubois and will be accompanying her this evening as we celebrate a new chapter in OPEN Music and truly bring the cabaret to life.
Nathaniel JP Wills
Nathaniel J P Wills is a uniquely talented and captivating Flamenco/ClassicalGuitarist/Singer who frequently performs in London’s streets. After witnessing several people stop in their tracks to approach Nathaniel and discuss his music, we did the same… the result? We are thrilled to have him perform at OPEN Ealing this September and look forward to hearing him weave his magic in our intimate space.
Nathaniel plays regularly at weddings, events and private parties. Check out his website which gives further details about his performances, as well as to see his regular blog posts.http://www.nathanieljpwills.com/
Bahla – Joseph Costi; Piano/Compositions and Tal Janes; Guitar/Compositions
Bahla sonically paints a picture from the broad spectrum of Jewish music traditions, drawing inspiration for new compositions from Liturgical melodies, North African rhythms and Yiddish Art songs. Their music seamlessly combines intimate chamber group textures and roaring, contemporary jazz inspired interplay. It tells a story of the past but always looks ahead, embracing our multi-cultural, modern society. The Group was selected to perform at the BBC Proms in 2015 as a promising emerging band and since then have performed at The Wigmore Hall, The Cockpit Theatre and The Vortex. Their much anticipated debut EP will be available in June. “Beautifully realized music, calm and ruminative, full of invention and ideas” Transient Life (2016)
The cafe is part of the Green Man Lane regeneration development on Singapore Road in West Ealing. We are the opposite end of the road to the Ealing Magistrates Court opposite the mosque. There is a small surface car park and on road parking along Singapore Road which is free after 6.30pm. If you’re driving it might be better to put Eccleston Road in your sat nav – Singapore Road is off it.
If you use public transport: the nearest train station is West Ealing; the nearest underground station is Northfields on the Piccadilly line: buses 83, 207, 427 and Express 607 – bus stop is West Ealing Broadway and E3, E8 – bus stop is Melbourne Avenue. Walk up Brownlow Road beside BHS (now closed) to the café.