Come and here the cello as you've never heard it before at a special concert in The Watson Institute. Ireland based Ilse de Ziah takes traditional Irish melodies and gives them a deep and fabulous transformation. Sometimes rock ballad, sometimes irresistibly foot stomping, enjoy a show that is utterly captivating and moreish. Her own arrangements of the slow Irish airs - love songs and laments – become sonorous and aching. The cello produces melody and harmony so that sometimes you think you're listening to a whole band. At other times a single haunting line says all that her music can ever say – take a look for yourself at www.ilsedeziah.com. Ilse is well respected for her interpretation of slow Irish Airs, with a CD and published book Irish Airs for Solo Cello. The concert starts at 8pm. Drinks from the Duke or bring your own. Tickets are £10 or £5 for under 18s. All from Tom Speight on 01228 670054.