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June 2019

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June
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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Sam Slatcher & Harri Endersby Concert

Sam Slatcher is a folk singer-songwriter living in Durham, North East England. His honest and reflective songwriting, delivered with a calming and delicate voice, captures the warmth of humanity and a longing for peace and justice. Harri Endersby: From acoustic to electronic, Harri Endersby blurs the lines of the folk genre, drawing inspiration from both contemporary and traditional music, as well as the rugged landscape of County Durham, the place that she calls home. “Harri and Sam are both some…

15
June
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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Rod Clements & Friends: Concert For the Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team

Rod Clements & Friends: Concert For the Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team 15th June 2019, 7:00-10:00 PM The evening features Tom O’Donnell, an American from Rothbury whose poignant Americana ballads and artistry have charmed audiences throughout the North; Andrew Lobb, a gifted singer-songwriter whose songs celebrate Northumberland and its people; and Rothbury’s very own Rod Clements of Lindisfarne. All proceeds go to support the Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team; all artists are contributing their performances Tickets: £10 Available…

July 2019

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July
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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Jill Crossland- Pianist

Jill crossland poster Jill is known for her imaginative and passionate interpretations of the classical repertoire, combining virtuosity, precision and depth. Jill has appeared regularly in London at the Wigmore Hall and South Bank, and in the NE at Sage Gateshead. She has performed in the Vienna Musikverein, Vienna Konzerthaus, Leipzig Gewandhaus and Bridgewater Hall among many other venues. Jill’s recordings include the Bach Goldberg Variations on Warner Classics and the complete Bach 48 Preludes and Fugues on Signum Classics,…

August 2019

06
August
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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OBT

Tom Oakes – Guitar/Flute Jon Bews – 5 String Fiddle ​Daniel Thorpe – Fiddle When ‘BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2010’ winning fiddler Daniel Thorpe and contemporary fiddle visionary Jon Bews met metronomic, guitarist + flautist Tom Oakes (Album of the year 2017 nominee for ‘Fiddle +Guitar’ with Ross Couper) OBT was born and a no holds barred approach to music was the key. Tradition underpins OBT but with an understanding that no contemporary influence be left behind.…

27
August
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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The Alistair McCulloch Trio

Alistair McCulloch is in constant demand as a performer, teacher and composer with three highly acclaimed solo albums and the ‘Alistair McCulloch Tunebooks’ to his name. He is fiddle tutor at the Royal Consevatoire of Scotland and a founder member of the famous ceilidh band ‘Coila’ Recently Alistair has toured in New Zealand Australia, China and throughout Europe and North America. Alistair’s fiddling combined with one of the finest whistle players in Europe, Marc Duff, and critically acclaimed performer, producer…

September 2019

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September
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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Westward the Light

Westward The Light is a remarkable new band, a collaboration between piano/fiddle duo Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach (BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Finalists 2017), fiddle and viola player Sally Simpson (Catriona Hawksworth and Sally Simpson, Heisk), and guitarist and vocalist Owen Sinclair (Tanara, Inyal). This band is the result of years of collaboration in a range of settings. Westward The Light a vessel for the members of the group to bring together an expansive knowledge of Scottish Folk…

October 2019

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October
7:30 pm
@ Coquetdale Music Centre
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GNOSS

GNOSS Biography A dynamic quartet of fiddle, flute, guitar and percussion, Gnoss tackle energetic tune sets and driving folk song with a “maturity of ability many of a greater age will envy” (The Living Tradition). Current and former students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Graham Rorie, Aidan Moodie, Connor Sinclair and Craig Baxter have been tipped as “ones to watch” by Songlines magazine, for their lively, engaging and honest performances. The band originally formed in 2015, as a duo…

November 2019

Bon Accord- old time Scottish dance

bon accord BON-ACCORDS are husband and wife Robin and Deryn Waitt. Over the years, they have been extremely busy in the accordion scene, playing concerts, dances etc. They had a residency for 14 years in Gretna, entertaining visitors from all over the country, and also in a holiday camp where new songs had to be learned every week for the resident audience! Great training. Deryn plays a piano accordion, while Robin plays the “Jimmy Shand” type. This is a 3-row…

Tom Moore & Archie Moss

Widely regarded as two of the best players, innovators and performers in traditional folk amongst a precociously gifted generation, their finely crafted arrangements wield a rare potency. Now, having toured with some of the biggest and brightest acts in the British folk scene, they reconvene to perform as duo. Whilst intrinsically borrowing from English and other European Traditional Dance music, sonically Moore and Moss have their heads firmly in the present, understanding the values of contemporary music and art making.…

FULL TILT

Dynamic new folk band FULL TILT brings together the musical talents of Gemma Donald, Brian Nicholson, Alan Small and Manus McGuire to provide you with a diverse range of music from Shetland, Scotland, Ireland and beyond. The energetic and lively sound they produce along with the expression and heartfelt emotion they are able to put into their music comes across in every performance. Each of them are very successful musicians in their own right having performed all over the world…

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