Commissioned by Freedom Arts Festival Trust in partnership with J-Night
An extraordinary outdoor project to take place on the Rivers Humber and Thames by Arun Ghosh and involving local participants. AMBHAS is a large ancient ritual Euro/Scando/tribal drum sound combined with wind instruments. British-Asian clarinettist, composer and music educator Arun Ghosh was named as Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year in the Parliamentary Jazz UK Awards 2014 and was PRS Foundation and British Council’s Musician in Residence, China in 2014.
Venue: Nelson Street Pier, Hull, HU1 1XE
Running Time: 60 minutes
Access: Ramped access. Pay and Display parking on site. Tickets are unreserved standing. Limited seats will be available for access users and if required please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
Wheelchair users: If you require a wheelchair space please contact the Box Office on 01482 323638 or email email@example.com to book as places are limited.
*Please note there will be free coach transport provided from the University of Hull, for those who are attending both gleann ciùin (Claire M Singer) and AMBHAS (Arun Ghosh).