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Performance and participation in folk and acoustic music,

song and dance across the North East of England.

Est. 2009.

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St George’s Church Cullercoats

Autumn Folk Concert

 

Saturday 14th September 2019 7.30pm till 10.30pm

 

Featuring

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Alistair Anderson

Alistair Anderson is internationally acknowledged as the master of the English Concertina and a fine exponent of the Northumbrian Pipes. He delights audiences with the lyrical slow airs and lively dance tunes of Northumberland and with his own music, which has grown out of his love of traditional music.

 

‘His appeal as a musician lies not only in his remarkable handling of the English Concertina and Northumbrian Pipes. It is also a result of his total involvement in his music, his absolute sincerity, which succeeds in reaching a far wider audience than his classification as a folk musician would suggest.’                                The Stage

 

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Another Penny perform a unique combination of traditional and original songs in carefully crafted arrangements that showcase a dialogue of guitars, piano and on occasion other stringed exotica.

Maurice plays Acoustic Guitars, Mandolin, Cittern, Tres Cubano and  5 string Banjo. Adam Plays Acoustic Guitar, Piano and Slide Guitar.

Their first album was released in 2014. The long awaited second album is due out in winter 2019 on the Phoenix Folk Label.

 

Another Penny

The Sunday Trio

The Sunday Trio is a 3-piece band featuring David Creese on Northumbrian Pipes, fiddle player Marina Dodgson and Maurice Condie on Guitar. Together they jointly won the instrumental band competition at this years Morpeth Gathering. Their repertoire includes original arrangements of the traditional tunes and songs of Northumberland and beyond.

Admission £10  Children under 14 years old  £5

 

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Sunday Trio