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8 March : 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. It’s difficult to find a musical genre that would fully describe The Countrymen, but Folk Rock Harmony comes close. A […]

10 March: Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

Calstock Arts are delighted to welcome back again, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman, this time with songs from their long awaited new album. It has been five years since the last offering from the popular husband and wife duo and their latest album proves a ‘tour de force’ of musical and lyrical surprises. ‘Almost A […]

14 March: The Primrose Piano Quartet

The Primrose Piano Quartet was formed in 2004 by four renowned chamber musicians and is named after the violinist, William Primrose. The group's acclaimed discography includes favourites such as works by Fauré, Brahms, Elgar, Strauss and Schubert as well British repertoire featuring neglected masterpieces of the 19th and 20th century and major commissions from Sir […]

Rescheduled date 22 March: 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 […]

23 March- Tom McConville and Michael Biggins

Tom McConville and Michael Biggins are amongst the best traditional musicians around today. Between them, these virtuoso musicians have won BBC Musician of the Year prizes in both England and Scotland. Tom‘s fiddle and Michael’s piano and accordion playing are amongst the finest there is - powerful and exciting with a range of songs performed […]

5 April: Levowan XII

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 […]

13 April: Jake Leg Jug Band

The Jake Leg Jug Band bring you the authentic sounds of 1920's and 30's America - Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Ragtime - and put their own twist on it. Songs of murder, betrayal, gambling, liquor and redemption. After self releasing their debut album, the band signed to one of the UK's top independent  Jazz labels, recording […]

20 April: Martin Simpson

“Martin Simpson has transcended borders and oceans to quietly become a superb storyteller and musician of great depth and unquestionable taste.” Stephen Fearing The remarkable intimate solo performances Martin gives go from strength to strength – every gig is a masterclass. He travels the length and breadth of the UK and beyond, giving rapt audiences passion, […]

3 May: Keith James in concert – The Songs of Leonard Cohen

‘There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in’ Cohen’s most memorable and visionary line from his song ANTHEM. If ever there was a sentence in modern poetry to reflect on and give hope and understanding to us all, it is this line. This Concert begins with ANTHEM. These remarkable songs - stripped […]

25 May: Sherburn – Bartley – Sanders

Following a chance meeting at Whitby Folk Festival in 1993, Chris Sherburn (Concertina) and Denny Bartley (Vocals and Guitar) have been bringing their unique sound to audiences across Europe and America, creating one of folk music’s most enduring partnerships. Their obvious rapport made them one of the busiest acts on the folk scene, both as […]

7 June: Morris-Begg Duo

Described as delivering “energetic and charming performances”, the Morris-Begg Duo of Ross Morris (guitar) and Ines Mayhew-Begg (soprano) began working together in 2019 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.They aim to bring a freshness to their programmes through their own unique arrangements and commissions. From Renaissance lute music to flamenco-inspired songs from Spain, the concert […]

9 June: ROLLING HARMONY

“An exquisite blend of voices and rich harmonies.” Rolling Harmony is a vibrant vocal group of choir leaders and singers from the South West. They delight audiences with their lively and eclectic performances. Glorious music and gorgeous vocal harmonies, rooted in English and American harmony singing traditions. Songs with captivating rhythms, compelling lyrics and interweaving […]

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