Classical music combined with comedy in Fuengirola

James Rhodes
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  • British pianist James Rhodes gave one of his unorthodox concerts in Sohail castle in Fuengirola last Friday

Dressed in jeans, trainers and one of his signature composer sweatshirts - this one was Chopin - the musician James Rhodes, who now lives in Madrid, entertained crowds at Fuengirola's Sohail Castle with his combination of classical music and humorous monologue.

References to Trump and the Manada sexual assault case came up alongside his comparisons of composers such as Bach and Rachmaninov with modern-day adolescents, giving his audience food for thought as they listened to his spectacular performances of their music.