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24 February 2023: Xhosa Cole

Xhosa Cole ‘Rhythm-a-Ting’ Quartet Xhosa Cole – Tenor Sax, Steve Saunders – Guitar, Josh Vadiveloo – Double Bass, Nathan England-Jones – Drums On his return to Calstock, Xhosa Cole presents his new ensemble ‘Rhythm-a-Ting’, performing an exploration and re-imagining of the music of Thelonious Monk, taking those original timeless melodies and adding a contemporary touch […]

3 March 2023: The Countrymen

Celebrate St Piran's weekend at Calstock Arts. Returning to the Old Chapel, with their 'Cornish Folk Rock Harmony', The Countrymen are five local seasoned musicians from Launceston, with tight four-part harmony vocals and a token Cornishman. With a relaxed and light-hearted presentation style they take the audience on a journey through the history and culture […]

4 March: Charlotte Glasson Band

"Versatile contemporary jazz and fusion saxophonist / multi-instrumentalist / composer plays diverse originals all laced with her own bluesy, expressive sax work."  Time Out – London Since winning the ‘Best Newcomer Award’ at the Marlborough Jazz Festival, the Charlotte Glasson Band have been wowing audiences at venues across the U.K., including the London Jazz Festival, […]

10 March 2023: Rachel Newton

Singer and harpist Rachel Newton draws on poems and ballads that are hundreds of years old, working them into her contemporary compositional style to create a rich sound that is ambitious, original and unique. In addition to her solo work, Rachel is a skilled collaborator and founder member of The Shee, The Furrow Collective and […]

17 March: Co-operative Big Band @ 1900

Calstock Arts are delighted to welcome the Co-operative Big Band, formed in 2009 with a small group of students and private pupils  by Pete Twyman. They are kindly performing at The Old Chapel as a fund raiser towards a new stage at the Old Chapel. From these humble beginnings and with limited funding, the band […]

18 March: Rodney Branigan

Americana folk roots music with virtuoso presentation, with a touch of clean comedy thrown in for good measure. The Texas-born troubadour who learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville, and put it all together in London has played all types of music in all types of venues in his […]

24 March: Liza Pulman and Joe Stilgoe – A Couple of Swells

Fascinating Aida's, Liza Pulman teams up with acclaimed musician and singer, Joe Stilgoe, in a vibrant and entertaining potpourri of classic songs and wit, highlighting Joe's virtuoso piano playing and Liza's exquisite vocals. Liza’s thirty year career has encompassed music, theatre and comedy from Glyndebourne Opera through West End musical theatre and as one third […]

31 March 2023: Levowan

Cornwall-based chamber choir, Levowan XII was established in 2015 by Director, Marcus Alleyne. Originally eight voices put together to perform a live carol concert for local radio, they are now 12, all of whom have a strong musical background and bring a broad range of experience and versatility. The choir performs three main concerts per […]

14 April: Dart Valley Stompers

The Dart Valley Stompers was formed in 2005 with the aim of playing lively and exciting Traditional & New Orleans jazz and features Award Winning Reed Player Jeremy Huggett on Clarinet, Saxophones & Vocals. Since its formation the band has proved to be very successful and has built up a strong following with audiences up and […]

27 April: Daoirí Farrell

It’s commonly accepted that Dublin-born singer and bouzouki player Daoirí Farrell is one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years. A product of Dublin’s famous club An Góilin Traditional Singers, since launching his own solo live career at the 2016 Celtic Connections, Daoirí Farrell has gone from strength to strength. […]

5 May: Annika Skoogh Quartet

Born in South America and raised in Sweden, Annika Skoogh is a highly versatile and celebrated multilingual jazz vocalist with a natural talent, who is based in Exeter and brings a special blend of Scandinavian charm and Latin flavour to her performances. In 2017, Annika recorded her first album, Waters of March with her quartet […]

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