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Leading light of the English folk revival with her new band Multi-award-winning singer, songwriter and musician from a formidable English music dynasty, Eliza Carthy is one of the most recognisable faces of the English folk revival. Eliza and her band combine new versions of songs from her solo album Restitute and material from her new […]
A solo acoustic set from the guitar great Singer, songwriter and one of Rolling Stone magazine’s ‘Top 20 Guitarists of All Time’ Richard Thompson makes a welcome return to Snape. The ‘finest rock songwriter after Dylan and the best electric guitarist since Hendrix’ (Los Angeles Times) treats us to an acoustic set featuring both his classic songs and more recent material. This performance will last […]
Down for the Count Swing Orchestra play Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and more Join the 12-piece mini big band Down for the Count Swing Orchestra for ‘one hellova celebration of vintage music’ (TimeOut London) as they celebrate the Legends of Swing. Expect to hear instrumental songs from Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Count Basie […]
A set from the singer who made her name with The Communards One of the great British singers, Sarah Jane burst onto the scene duetting with Jimmy Somerville on the Communards hit Don’t Leave Me This Way. She’s recently created an extraordinary version of Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks and explored the full range of John […]
This glorious band combines high-energy tunes, funky Brazilian samba-soul and a Latin take on ska to dance their way across The Dome Stage.
Cuban salsa with hip hop beats Based between Havana and London, this Cuban/Argentinian pianist and composer splits her time between touring the world with film composer Hans Zimmer and leading her band La Evolucion. Hans Zimmer has given her the night off to play The Dome Stage, where she’ll be celebrating her love of the […]
The acclaimed pianist plays Bach, Mozart, Chopin and Couperin Angela Hewitt gives a piano recital combining many of her great musical loves. Always one of the best interpreters of Mozart, Hewitt has recently focused on the richly emotional world of Chopin’s Nocturnes, while her recordings of Bach and his French contemporary, François Couperin, are revelatory.
Ethereal folk, jazz, soul and improv Vocalist, violinist, songwriter, composer and improviser Alice Zawadzki draws together influences from her early exposure to New Orleans soul and gospel, a classical training and an exploration of world and improvised music. She is joined on The Dome Stage by the brilliant bass player Misha Mullov-Abbado.
A blend of classical music and R&B from MOBO-nominated singer, songwriter and cellist MOBO-nominated singer, songwriter and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson makes her mellow mix of classical music and alternative R&B feel completely natural. She is an Emerging Artist in Residence at London’s Southbank Centre, a composer commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra among others, and […]
Suffolk’s emerging alt-pop star BBC introducing called Bessie Turner ‘a superstar in the making’ when the Suffolk alt-pop singer played their stages at Latitude, Leeds and Reading Festivals. Ed Sheeran then invited her to open for him at his gigs at Chantry Park, Ipswich, and she hasn’t looked back since. Take this rare opportunity to […]
Clarinet led IndoJazz, with soaring melodies and rousing rhythms IndoJazz clarinet sensation Arun Ghosh fluidly incorporates jazz and South Asian influences. With a fiery frontline of saxophonists Idris Rahman and Chris Williams, the sound is propelled by the hypnotic basslines of Ruth Goller (Vula Viel) and the driving rhythms of innovative drummer Sarathy Korwar.
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