Sunday 23 October:
Thursday 27 October:
The moving story of a young Irish immigrant in 1950′s Brooklyn based on Colm Tóibín’s novel and adapted by Nick Hornby. Starring Saoirse Ronan, Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters.
Saturday 29 October:
Nominated for Jazz FM Breakthrough Act of the Year 2016, Nérija (pronounced Ne-ree-ya) is a collective of up and coming, London-based musicians formed from a Tomorrow’s Warriors initiative seeking to encourage young women to play jazz. With influences from jazz, hip hop and afro beat, Nerija is blazing a trail for women in jazz. A highlight of the 2015 Manchester Jazz Festival, their set was broadcast live on BBC Radio Jazz on 3.
Thursday 10 November:
This selection of early Horror shorts from the Abertoir Horror Festival feature the lighter side of cinema’s first adventures into the realms of the macabre and the other-worldly.All the films are silent and will be accompanied on the piano by Paul Shallcross, who has also written the music and will introduce each of the films.
Friday 11 November:
A unique musical “play-off ” between two masters of the concertina from both sides of the Atlantic. Jody and Geoff are supreme entertainers who play a wide range of material.
Saturday 12 November:
An inspirational evening of medieval lute music, Spanish guitar classics, Delta Blues and hints of Chet Atkins and Django Reinhardt, through to the Beatles. All played by this world-class guitarist.
Friday 18 November:
Dale takes you on an intricate journey through the history of New Orleans Piano, covering the whole spectrum from New Orleans, Jazz, Blues, Classical, Boogie and Stride.
Thursday 24 November:
Comedy thriller set in 1970s Los Angeles, starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
Friday 25 November:
Jane Darke’s fourth film celebrates the much loved Cornish poet Charles Causley, celebrated for his genius worldwide, but drawing inspiration from his home in Cornwall, plus Q&A
Thursday 8 December:
A welcome return to Calstock Arts for Andy Sheppard with his latest project, a new partnership featuring musicians from his home town of Bristol.
Saturday 10 December:
A seasonal treat from the Calstock Singers with an exciting blend of old and new. Traditional favourites, some new songs, plus the world premiere of ‘A Hymn to the Tamar Valley’ composed by one of their own members.
Sunday 18 December:
Calstock’s own jazz quartet will be presenting in their own inimitable style a Christmas special of jazz, old and new to end the Calstock Arts 2016 programme.
Friday 13 January:
A new ensemble of professional Devon-based musicians performing exceptional 20th century musical works, featuring vocalists Sarah Owen and Kate Westbrook.
Friday 20 January:
This Looe-based band are ambassadors for collaboration and social singing. Their songs feature rousing choruses and catchy hooks that will keep you swaying and humming all week!
Friday 27 January:
The Kit Hillbillies are an acoustic string band playing a lively mix of bluegrass and old-time folk Americana. The sound is built around banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin and double bass, topped off with old-fashioned vocal harmonies.
Friday 3 February:
Five internationally acclaimed musicians present compelling performances of some of classical music’s most exciting chamber music. An intimate evening of music by well-loved composers including Mozart, as well as more adventurous music by English composers Finzi and Bliss.
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