New York's must-see show makes its long-awaited UK debut at Cecil Sharp House
This New York based show brings together a different group of musicians, authors, comedians and poets for each performance, combining their individual talents to create and deliver a unique and unforgettable experience.
All-star concert plus talks, films and singarounds will commemorate folk legend
The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) has joined forces with the Copper family to host a special day of events on 24 January to commemorate the legendary contribution that Bob Copper made to folk music.
Kathryn Tickell is an artist who needs very little introduction. Known for being one of the world’s finest players of the Northumbrian pipes, while also being an exceptional fiddle player, composer and recording artist, Kathryn has worked with a whole host of musicians and ensembles including Sting, The Chieftains, two generations of the Penguin Café Orchestra and many more.
On Thursday 2 October we welcome Andrew Cronshaw & SANS to Cecil Sharp House. Having released their first album as a collective, SANS Live, in April this year, this unique ensemble draws inspiration from musical traditions found across the globe.
One of the most exciting things about the folk scene is the idea of community that permeates at every level, from its central role in the life cycle of folksongs to the manner and context in which they are performed. As such, it is always exciting when a new ensemble comes along, with every musician providing their own unique sound and style.