Musical dating musician for orchestra orchestras

25 Mar

Cathy has a rich velvety voice and not only sings sensitive ballads with an emotion seldom experienced but can bellow out the blues with equal expertise.

She will be accompanied by long time musical partner Johnny Francis on second guitar.

Ange Hardy Ange Hardy is from Somerset and has been a songwriter from the age of 14 when she first picked up a guitar on the streets of Ireland.

She is completely self taught and has always used her writing as a way of channeling the intense life she has led.

The band's musicians all have a strong professional background of collaboration with different musical styles and cultures and a great understanding of how to approach a real fusion of their music styles with dynamic energy and improvisation.

Amadou Diagne weaves his Senegalese melodies and rhythms with vocals that though soft and warm can deliver great power, or rousing the audience into a dancing frenzy with some of the best African percussion you will hear in the UK today.

Bethan Scolding is a classical pianist, based in London.

She is a soloist, chamber musician, accompanist and collaborator. Frobisher Frobisher will be serving light refreshments and subtly blended cocktails of old and new classics with dashes of the unexpected.

a melting-pot of Celtic, Americana and klezmer and a good excuse to have a dance!

The Antique Popsters Fresh from their recent performance at the Music on the Mead event in July, The Antique Popsters feature Joff Lowson on vocals and guitar, Simon Fossey on vocals/banjo, Mike on upright bass, amazing Fifi on fiddle and lovely Jude singing.

Drawing their inspiration from the 1950’s and 60’s, the Antique Popsters use their bluegrass sensibilities to invent songs from the Louvin Brothers, Petula Clark, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Peggy Lee, Neil Sedaka and others (including a few 21st century writers), with a gorgeous blend of harmony vocals and exquisite rhythms backed by acoustic instruments.

Instruments include concertina, fiddle, accordions, French horn, clarinet, guitar, recorders and bagpipes.

They play for ceilidhs, concerts, circle dances, Playford dances, celebrations and festivals, and enjoy collaborating with other performers such as soloists and choral groups.