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Chris Grooms

Chris Grooms

Chris Grooms, a native Texan, first appeared on the British folk scene in 1978 as a recording artist with Transatlantic
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Peter Stevenson

Peter Stevenson is a storyteller, children's writer, book illustrator, folklorist, purveyor of Magical Lantern Shows, concertina and banjo player, organiser
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Sianed Jones

What excites Sianed is collaborating with other art forms, be it creating sound for theatre, interacting with story telling, composing
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Elfen

Elfen

Named after the Welsh word for element, Elfen is the seamless blending of three great musicians. Elfen began in 2011
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Deuair

Deuair is Elsa Davies and Ceri Owen-Jones: fiddle, harp and two voices. Deuair play tunes from fellow musicians and old
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Ffynnon

Ffynnon perform songs deeply rooted in the rhythms, traditions and landscapes of the British Isles. Their repertoire includes traditional songs
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Rheged

Rheged draws on the influences of Welsh/British folk, Medieval, traditional Bretton music and Celtic mythology. From pilgrimage dances of the
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Harriet Earis

Harriet’s aim is to show a new approach to harp-playing, using the Celtic harp as a strong melody instrument. Together
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Harret Earis Trio

Celtic Jazz Fusion with harp, bass and drums. Foot-tapping Celtic harp music with jazz backing from internationally-renowned harpist Harriet Earis and two
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