2017 – News So Far …

Posted by Nicolas Lewis Category: Blog Posts

W A L T E R     L E M O N F A C E 

I completed a mini Walter Lemonface tour with the 154 Collective in the first three months of this year, performing at Hull Truck Theatre, Luton Hat Factory, and Bradford’s Mind the Gap studios. With more in the pipeline for later this year, Walter is as popular as ever!

T H E    C H O R Õ E S

The Chorões played at the Royal Albert Hall’s Friday lunchtime recital programme in March which was a lot of fun. Watch this space for more public gigs planned for the summer.

C O M M I S S I O N S . . .

I have been busy working on ukulele music since the start of the year, after being commissioned by Mosaic Music Education to compose original pieces for their new ukulele programme.  I’m having a great time composing in many different styles to fit their syllabus.



I also had time to release an EP of original music from my new side project Dxncer. It is available on most streaming services, iTunes and Bandcamp.


And I have plenty more new and exciting projects are coming up in the next few months!

2 thoughts on “2017 – News So Far …

  1. Hi Nicolas, I listened to your ‘improvisational’ playing at Batley library this morning whilst working on my laptop and found your playing quite hypnotic and at the same time very soothing, a perfect meditation soundtrack. I wasn’t surprised when you mentioned your classical training, it was apparent from your playing. I still have a Julian Bream vinyl LP somewhere where he’s playing Spanish tunes. I’ve just listen to your version of Los Caujaritos, absolutely gorgeous Nicolas. I’ve listen to a few versions of this but yours is exquisite, almost feels like you have harp accompaniment, it has no words yet you made it sing. This is very high quality dude! Wonder if you could post some more Spanish pieces, Magualena perhaps or Entre Dos Aguas? Maybe I should have got your autograph!!! Good luck with the Project.

    1. Hi, thank you for the lovely comment. I’m really glad you enjoyed listening to my playing the other day, it was a lot of fun for me too. I remember you mentioned that you’re studying the guitar? I hope that all goes well for you! Nic

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