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27.3.2024 | Culture

Dominic Miller to perform in Tallinn

Text Mark Taylor
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Dominic Miller to perform in Tallinn

 

Guitar virtuoso Dominic Miller, known for his collaborations with Sting, will perform at Cathouse Concert Hall in Tallinn tomorrow evening, March 28.

Miller established himself as a leading session guitarist in the 1990s, working with some of the rocks biggest names. However, he is best known for his work with Sting, where he not only performed as part of the music legend’s band, but co-wrote some of the artist’s songs such as ‘Shape of My Heart’.

Beyond his work with Sting, Miller has collaborated with artists ranging from Ronan Keating and The Pretenders, to Nas and Phil Collins.

The approximately 2-hour long concert at Cathouse in Tallinn tomorrow evening will see Miller perform tracks from his new album ‘Vagabond’, which is inspired by John Masefield’s poem of the same name, and is dedicated to the musician’s late father. 

Miller will be joined on stage by Ziv Ravitz and Swedish pianist Jacob Karlzon for the concert that will move seamlessly between classical, acoustic, and electric guitar soundscapes.

 

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