The ZRI Project | ZRI Music The ZRI project The Red Hedgehog Tavern, Zum Roten Igel, ZRI was the pub where Brahms drank and smoked, and would have heard the gypsies play. We used the name to represent our aim of learning more about the music we love by re-imagining the place it came from. Although, for the minute, ZRI are concentrating on Brahms, we will apply the ZRI principle to other composers in the future. A typical atypical audience If you have a friend or a partner, who you wish would share your enthusiasm for classical music, a ZRI concert could be the gig you’ve been waiting for. If you’ve been put off classical music by the staid context in which it’s often performed, then ZRI might be the gig you’ve been waiting for. If you’re already an aficionado of classical music, a working musicologist, or a wandering Bohemian gypsy, then ZRI is almost certainly the gig you’ve been waiting for. Wherever you’re coming from, we’d love to see you. Book ZRI
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