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LondonNet MUSIC EXTRA Newsletter...
26 May 2004, Issue 11

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Music: Classical and Dance

Gala Concert, The Royal Albert Hall
Bank Holiday Sunday 30 May, 8pm. Tickets: UKP10.00 - UKP49.50
Bryn Terfel (world renowned bass-baritone) joins Chloe Hanslip (Classical BRITS Young Artiste of the Year), The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and other leading musicians for a spectacular one-off Gala Concert in aid of the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital Charity. The dazzling programme includes popular classics by Elgar (Land of Hope and Glory), Bruch, Bizet (from Carmen), Mozart and Rodgers & Hammerstein (from Carousel and South Pacific). This unique event takes place at the Royal Albert Hall on the May Bank Holiday - Sunday, 30th at 8pm.

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Top Tickets
1. Carmen, ENO
2. The Tempest
3. Opera Gala
4. Kenwood Summer Prom
5. Ballet Preljocaj with Air
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Our Pick
Gala Concert

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Music: Rock and Pop
(Music: headlines, rock/pop listings, classical listings, tickets)

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hyde Park
Friday 25th June 2004, UKP35.00+fees
We have a fresh allocation of extra tickets for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, London on Friday 25th June 2004. The main batch went on sale a couple of weeks ago and sold out, so please hurry. Click here for tickets

Top Five Gigs
1. Gypsy Kings
2. Jamie Cullum
3. Red Hot Chili Peppers
4. 50 Cent
5. Massive Attack
(Based on LondonNet sales in last 7 days)
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Our Picks
Massive Attack @ Brixton Academy

Thurs, 8 July and Fri, 9th July 2004, 7 p.m., UKP27.50 + fees
Massive Attack's hypnotically slower-but-danceable beats have been going for
20 years, as the band's members were mystifying club audiences in their
native Bristol with their intense and offbeat sound system and DJ sets. Any
bands in the area trying to compete with them had no chance, and as a
consequence, Massive Attack is the biggest act to come out of Bristol. The
band's influence can be seen in the jazzy, bluesy trip-hop tangents of
fellow Bristol act Portishead, but Massive Attack's music embodies so much
more than just blues, jazz and trip-hop. Funk, punk and hip-hop have all
snaked their ways in and out of Massive Attack's repertoire, allowing the
band to grow and evolve, not only with the trends, but to define them as
well. Even if you're not familiar with their more widely known tracks
(Unfinished Sympathy, Teardrop, Inertia Creeps), you're more than likely
familiar with the acid jazz sounds that even with slow beats can have you
moving. (Patrick Garvin) Click here for tickets

Gypsy Kings @ Kenwood House, Hampstead
Sat, 8th August 2004, 7.30 p.m., UKP19.00 + fees
The Gypsy Kings have been purveying their distinctive brand of gypsy flamenco since the 1970s. Following the release of their international hit single Bambole and their platinum-selling debut album, they have dominated the World Music charts, and sold more than 14 million albums worldwide, with a new album released this year. Enjoy a Latin night to remember with the legendary Rumba-Flamenco style of The Gypsy Kings. Click here for tickets

Highlights
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Music: Jazz, Blues, Country

Jamie Cullum, Kenwood House, Hampstead
Sun, 29th Aug 2004, 7.30 PM, Tickets UKP17.00+fees
The intoxicating energy of this young jazz musician is bound to surprise and amaze and has led critics and audiences to tip Jamie for the top in 2004. For your chance to hear his stunning repertoire of catchy and earthy originals and classics, and up-to-the-minute soulful jazz. Click here for tickets

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