The large numbers of tourists visiting Bath means that it is blessed with many good street entertainers, excellent models for a quick sketch, and mostly fine performers. So here’s another collection of buskers, this time including one I saw in Japan. From the top there’s Kwabana Lindsay, a violin playing slack-rope artist who’s been performing in Bath, and around the world, for 28 years! Then Khoomiiman, a Japanese player of Mongolian music who I saw in a park in Kyoto; he was playing the horse-headed morin khuur to accompany his khoomi throat singing. Followed by several regular Bath buskers all seen on one Saturday afternoon before Christmas; Benji Ross playing the sax, Joel Grainger who plays looped violin, and Ben Powell who I’ve sketched several times before. Finally Ben, again.
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