DEEP PURPLE Keyboard Legend JON LORD Schedules Swiss Appearances

According to a posting on the Deep Purple Appreciation Society web site, former DEEP PURPLE keyboardist Jon Lord has a variety of live appearances lined up for Switzerland in December and January. He is due to perform a selection of music from the Durham Concerto at the Kaiserball (Deb's Ball) on Saturday, December 13 alongside the 100 piece Nota Bene Symphony Orchestra. The music will also be interpreted by the Dance Prom dancers with choreography by Kinsun Chan. Jon then has two concert dates with Nota Bene, at the Tonhalle, Zurich on January 10 and KKL Lucerne on January 12. The program for the shows comprises solo album selections, including "Wait A While", "Telemann Experiment", "One From The Meadow" and "Gigue", followed by Part III of the Durham Concerto ("Rags & Galas" and "Nocturne"). More information (including ticket inforamtion) is available via Other musicians appearing at the latter shows include GOTTHARD singer Steve Lee and COVERDALE/PAGE bassist/comedian Guy Pratt.


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