Tatcho Drom performs vibrant music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Their performance arrangements are vibrant and delicate, with subtle elements of baroque, jazz and Latin, telling mystery stories of the travels and of the people behind the music. They are considered one of the UK’s leading exponents of Romany Gypsy music. Their name translates to ‘True Journey’ from Rromanes, the language of Romany Gypsies. For this concert, Tatcho Drom's repertoire will focus on Romani and Balkan music which is influenced by Ottoman culture, featuring rhythms and modes which travelled through history and through time from East to West.
Ticket numbers will be limited due to social distancing in our concert hall. Audience members, staff and stewards must wear face coverings inside our buildings and throughout the concert.