Monday, 8 November 2010

The Wraiths' Musical Poetry

"That poets throughout all ages have aspired to, and been inspired by music is apparent"

The Wraiths are in a genre of their own; they perform classic poetry from the likes of Tennyson, Keats and Emily Dickinson to a live orchestra. "Gorgeous, gorgeous stuff in a world of its own" (Venue).  If you'd like to hear more, they'll be performing in Bristol's Central Library at College Green on the 11th of December. To find out more, visit their website.


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