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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.
Jazz vocalist Cherise is a hugely talented vocalist whose performance style fuses her passion for soul with her appreciation of the great jazz singers.
The star saxophonist plays a high-energy programme of Thom Yorke, Phillip Glass, Meredith Monk, Piazzolla and more. Jess Gillam has been blazing a trail in the music world since she stole the show as the youngest ever soloist at the Last Night of the Proms in 2018. Her remarkable playing is matched by refreshingly eclectic […]
We are delighted to welcome back the inspirational partnership of Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra to play Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony and Hannah Kendall’s The Spark Catchers, which takes its title and inspiration from Lemn Sissay’s poem about the 1888 Bow Matchwomen’s Strike.
Soulful singer-songwriter blending folk-pop, blues, gospel and country Katey Brooks doesn’t have the typical story to tell. As a child she grew up inside a cult, and she found refuge in song. It’s hard to imagine a songwriter with a deeper well of life experience, and she has poured all of it into the songs […]
Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra and music by Shostakovich and Pärt. The London Philharmonic Orchestra makes a welcome second visit to Snape this summer, this time under the baton of rising young conductor, Alpesh Chauhan. Opening with Britten’s wonderful and ever-popular showpiece, the programme also includes Pärt’s sweeping strings and doleful bell chimes, […]
Fast-rising singer-songwriter Jazz Morley is a fast-rising singer-songwriter whose beautiful, emotive songwriting has earned comparisons to established stars like Jessie Ware and Alicia Keys. She has toured with Rodriguez and Tom Jones, and Elton John has championed her as ‘the future of new music’.
Earthy sixteenth-century ballads and instrumental music Named after an Italian dance, Piva bring a special exuberance to early music. Multi-instrumentalists with backgrounds in renaissance, classical and roots music, they combine their influences to create music of the past played for today
Jazz quintet celebrating the Chicago swing sound Giacomo Smith’s new quintet closes The Dome Stage in fine style, bringing together some outstanding musicians: Laura Jurd on trumpet, Dan Higham on trombone, and Dave Archer and Joe Webb in the rhythm section.
Angel-voiced folk star Kate Rusby has helped win folk music a broader audience with her angelic voice, wit and warmth. Combining ancient and modern, the boisterous and the dreamy, hope and heartbreak, and knitting it together with an impish Yorkshire humour – this is storytelling with style delivered by one of folk music’s great communicators.
With Suffolk Youth Orchestra, Suffolk Youth Wind Orchestra and Suffolk Young Strings
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