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17 September- Meridianum Ensemble @ 1515

The Meridianum Ensemble is a unique musical collaboration, bringing together top players from Portugal, the UK and Morocco. The six musicians bring their individual styles and influences to the mix, inspired by traditions from Iran and the Eastern Mediterranean to Portugal, Scandinavia and beyond. Modal music, improvisation and virtuosity are a feature of their gloriously […]

Postponed until 2024 – 22 September: Banter

Apologies but this event is postponed until next year. If you would like a refund on your tickets, plse contact We Got Tickets. Otherwise they will advise you of the new date in due course.   Banter are Nina Zella, Simon Care, Tim Walker and Mark Jolley. Four fine musicians whose roots are firmly in […]

23 September: Gallery Bar Special – Louise Parker Quartet

Plymouth based jazz & soul singer Louise Parker, joined by her band, Neil Burns (guitar), Jem Fatna (drums) and Pasquale Votino (bass) return to the Old Chapel this autumn. Louise Parker  Louise  started singing late, but soon found out she had a feel for jazz. Her father had an extensive record collection, many Blue Note […]

6 October: Dave Manington’s Riff Raff

  As part of a UK-wide tour, we welcome back Dave Manington’s Riff Raff who last played here in 2018. Bassist and composer Dave Manington is one of the mainstays of the London contemporary music scene. He has played with many of the pre-eminent jazz musicians in the UK and Europe and with various ensembles […]

7 October: Leveret – a collaboration of ANDY CUTTING • SAM SWEENEY • ROB HARBRON

Leveret is a unique collaboration between three of England’s finest folk musicians.  Andy Cutting (button accordion), Sam Sweeney (fiddle) and Rob Harbron (concertina) are each regarded as exceptional performers and masters of their instruments.  Together their performances combine consummate musicianship, compelling delivery and captivating spontaneity. Leveret’s music is not arranged in the conventional sense and […]

21 October: Elizabeth-Jane Baldry

“She is a great artist and consummate performer. She can draw more tone colours out of the instrument than any other harpist living in the world today.”  David Watkins, Professor of Harp, Guildhall School of Music Elizabeth-Jane Baldry fell in love with the harp as a little girl whilst reading fairytales in which the harp […]

22 October WARD KNUTUR TOWNES

Ward Knutur Townes found their sound when the world fell silent. In 2020, these three singer-songwriters, (Lucy Ward, Svavar Knutur and Adyn Townes) were selected to take part in a virtual global music sharing experiment called Global Music Match. Teamed up together, they spent several lockdowns turning their stories into soft harmonies and intricate melodies. […]

26 October: James Halsey- solo cellist

James Halsey studied cello at the Royal College of Music with Eileen Croxford, and whilst still a senior student in the early 1980s, joined the Auriol String Quartet and was straightaway involved in more than 40 recitals each season. This love of chamber music stayed and developed throughout his career. James was cellist of the […]

18 November Craig Ogden- Classical Guitar

Described by BBC Music Magazine as ‘A worthy successor to Julian Bream’, the Australian-born guitarist Craig Ogden is one of the most exciting artists of his generation. Look at the programme for the evening here. He studied guitar from the age of seven and percussion from the age of thirteen. In 2004, he became the […]

24 November: Angeline Morrison with support from Kezia Warwood

Angeline Morrison is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who explores traditional song with a deep love, respect and curiosity. She is supported by Kezia Warwood. Angeline mostly makes music in the genres of wyrd folk and psych folk, her work infused with elements of soul music, literature, ‘60s beat pop sounds, folklore, myth and the […]

8 December: Dale Storr Christmas Show

What better way to kick-off the festive season than welcoming back one of Calstock Arts’ favourites. Described as “the piano man's piano man” and “a national treasure” (Jazz Journal magazine), Dale’s musical journey has brought him recognition as the UK's leading exponent of New Orleans-style boogie woogie and blues piano. Get ready for an emotional […]

10 December: Calstock Singers ‘Garland of Song’ @ 3pm SOLD OUT

Come and join Calstock Singers and special guests Under The Fingers in Calstock Arts for ‘A Garland of Song’, an afternoon of Christmas music to cheer the spirit! The date is Sunday 10th December and the time is 3pm. We’ll provide the warm drinks and mince pies and the Gallery Bar will be open. Free […]

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