A MUSICIAN inspired by the work of Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder is leading a harmonica workshop in Huntingdon.

A MUSICIAN inspired by the work of Bob Dylan and Stevie Wonder is leading a harmonica workshop in Huntingdon.

Steve Lockwood has released more than 60 albums and collaborated with the Royal Philharmonic, the Prague Philharmonic Orchestras and guitarist Chris Newman.

His work has been heard on various UK television programmes including an advert for Sainsbury's and in Canada, Switzerland, USA and Ireland.

A masterclass in blues harmonica is being offered by Mr Lockwood at the Commemoration Hall on Sunday, September 12 from 11am to 4pm.

The class is for anyone wanting to learn to play the harmonica, those who already play but need some tips and professionals in need of expert advice.

No matter what level you play, from complete beginner to advanced, the workshop is aimed at supplying the tips you need to get the best out of your harmonica.

INFORMATION: Admission is £25 for adults or £20 for people aged 14 to 18. Tickets are available in advance from 01480 388688 or www.ticketsource.co.uk/patch or the Card Gallery in Market Square, Huntingdon.