List of Events, 12 per page.
A mouthwatering collaboration of four soloists who share a love of traditional songs.
What a VoiceSoundhouse By Kathleen MacInnes, Fiona Hunter and Kaela Rowan
What A Voice celebrates the female tradition-bearers who have been inspiring musicians and delighting audiences down the years.
Baltic Crossing use their strong affinity for old dance music and respect for each other's traditions to bring a new vibrant energy to the folk music of Europe.
Many on this side of the Atlantic have been asking how it could be that it took them so long to discover May Erlewine.
John Reishman & the JaybirdsSoundhouse
Grammy winner and bandleader John Reischman is a mandolinist of the highest calibre.
Multi-Juno award-winning Canadian supergroup The Fretless (2017 Instrumental Album of The Year) also picked up two nominations in the Canadian Folk Music Awards (Best Contemporary Album and Instrumental Group of The Year).
The Cremation of Sam McGeeSoundhouse
An enthralling musical adaptation of Robert Service's melodramatic Canadian poem.
Since the release of their latest album, Punch, The Poozies have been enjoying a whirlwind of festivals, tours and celebrity occasions.
A world/jazz fusion ensemble currently making waves throughout the UK.
Daoirí (Derry) FarrellSoundhouse
Dublin-born traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (‘Derry’) Farrell has been described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years.
Martin & Eliza CarthySoundhouse
The good Doctor Martin Carthy and his twice Mercury nominated daughter Eliza Carthy, join forces to perform songs from their first duo album ever.
The Spooky Men’s ChoraleSoundhouse
A winning spectrum of Georgian songs, pin-drop-beautiful ballads, highly inappropriate covers, and immaculate man anthems.