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17 March: Co-operative Big Band @ 1915

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. The Cooperative Big Band prides itself on being regards as […]

16 April: Calstock Singers – Down to the River @ 1500

The Calstock Singers and friends' afternoon concert on 16th April will be a mix of familiar and new songs. Our theme is 'Down to the River' and we look forward to a fun afternoon. This time the concert is by donation so no tickets are required, just come along and enjoy the music, and the […]

11 May: The Oxley-Meier Guitar Project

Listen to interview on Radio Cornwall 1440 on 5th May 2023!! The Oxley-Meier Guitar Project was established ten years ago, following these two guitarist's tenure in the unique quartet, 'Eclectica!' In that decade, they have recorded 7 albums together, ranging from duet to quintet formats and have performed literally hundreds of concerts together throughout the UK […]

1 July: Superlocrian

Superlocrian are recognised as one of the UK's finest emerging crossover chamber jazz ensembles. Calstock Arts are thrilled they are fitting us in around their performances at the Budleigh Music Festival. Blurring the lines of genre categorisation, this small wind ensemble performs on trumpets, flugelhorns, saxophones, flutes, trombones and tuba, and showcases brand new arrangements […]

7 July: Mount Kelly Choir @ 1930 SOLD OUT

Calstock Arts are thrilled to welcome back, The Mount Kelly Choir for their annual concert at the Old Chapel. The Mount Kelly Chamber Choir are one of the most successful in the country, winning prizes at home and abroad, most recently the School Choir of the Year Competition at the Royal Festival Hall. Their delivery […]

9 July 2023: Rachel Newton – RESCHEDULED DATE

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 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 […]


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. […]

3 February: My Darling Clementine (see competition below)

A labour of love on multiple levels, My Darling Clementine – the sobriquet of spouses Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish – began as a homage to classic country duets of the 60’s and 70’s á la George & Tammy and Johnny & June. Their latest album is called “Country Darkness” - a collaboration with keyboard […]

9 February: Co-operative Big Band @ 1930

Calstock Arts are delighted to welcome the Co-operative Big Band who are returning to the Old Chapel after an excellent performance last year. Formed in 2009 with a small group of students and private pupils  by Pete Twyman. They are kindly performing at as a fund raiser for Calstock Arts. The Cooperative Big Band prides […]

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 […]

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 […]

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