Marie-Elsa Bragg – Author

‘Towards Mellbreak’ and ‘Sleeping Letters’ Marie-Elsa Bragg is a writer, lecturer and Anglican priest.  Her first novel ‘Towards Mellbreak’ is a hymn to the landscape of Cumbria  ‘a remarkable gift for observation  … an impassioned elegy for a way of life’ The Mail on Sunday. Her recent book, ‘Sleeping Letters’ is, in part, a series […]

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The Kathryn Tickell Trio

Kathryn Tickell  Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, voice Stef Conner  lyres, vocals Amy Thatcher accordion, clog dancing Kathryn Tickell is one of Britain’s most celebrated traditional musicians, who plays to sold out audiences at the BBC Proms and international festivals. Much loved by festival audiences, she is joined by leading accordionist and clog dancer Amy Thatcher, member

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The Gesualdo Six – Choral Concert

Owain Park  – Conductor Josquin’s Legacy:  Marian Devotions & Song of Songs  Josquin des Prez, Jean Mouton, Antonius Divitis, Antoine Brumel, Jean L’Héritier, Antoine de Févin  Early English:  William Cornysh, Fayrfax, John Forest, Sheringham   Contemporary: Owain Park: Phos Hilaron, Alison Willis: The Wind’s Warning, Ninfea Crutwell-Reade: Car auprès de toi. Divine melodies sung by some

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The Dominic Alldis Trio

– A Tribute to Jacques Loussier Dominic Alldis piano,  Andrew Cleyndert bass,  Martin France drums Themes by Bach, Handel, Fauré, Ravel, Satie, Bizet and Chopin In 1959 the Jacques Loussier Trio released a seminal album called Play Bach, going on to sell more than seven million records and play 3000 concerts worldwide. The Dominic Alldis

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Anne Denholm – Harp

Reinhold Glière  Impromptu Louis Spohr Fantaisie in C minor, Op. 35 Trad. David of the White Rock Alphonse Hasselmans – La Source Esther Swift – Time Spinner Mared Emlyn: folk songs Gabriel Fauré – Impromptu, Op. 86 One of Britain’s leading young musicians, Anne served as Official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales from

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