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Inner Vision Ensemble at the Waterloo Festival

World music from the Inner Vision Ensemble

14th July, 6pm


The Inner Vision Ensemble are delighted to be back at St John’s Waterloo for the Waterloo Festival!

The Inner Vision Orchestra delight audiences with their unique blend of joyful music from all over the world - and this performance will feature artists from India and Japan to South America and Europe. They regularly  tour and perform in top venues around the UK and have released music with Arc/Naxos.

"Joyously cross-cultural, stylistically boundless" BBC Radio 3 Music Matters

Baluji Shrivastav OBE is an acclaimed Indian multi-instrumentalist and composer and the director of the Inner Vision Orchestra.

Aksa Cannoli is a passionate vocalist from Kosovo.

Takashi Kikuchi is a sensitive, virtuoso viola player and singer from Japan who trained at Tokyo University of the Arts and the Royal Academy.

Adil Latif is a charismatic guitarist, singer and prolific songwriter from Scotland

Kate Portal plays fiddle and concertina as her main instruments, and is a vocalist with a repertoire of contemporary and traditional songs and tunes, which she performs regularly.

Kevin Satizabal is an award winning pianist and composer having graduated from the Birmingham Conservatoire and began his formal music education at the Royal College of Music Junior Department. Kevin is originally from Colombia

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