The million-selling band – still led by founding members singer Jim and guitarist Charlie Burchill – will soon be coming to Audley End.
The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and St Paul and the Broken Bones certainly saw to that, while we also said goodbye to Clannad.
After two Covid-affected years away, the much-loved events returns to Cherry Hinton Hall from today (Thursday, July 28).
The acclaimed artist will be joining folk supergroup Spell Songs live on stage at Cherry Hinton Hall this Saturday (July 30).
The Birmingham-based folk singer-songwriter is set to perform at next week’s Cambridge Folk Festival.
Moya Brennan, singer with the much-loved Irish band which formed more than half a century ago, tells us about their farewell tour.
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The programme consisted of works by English composers and many of the pieces reflected the charming tranquillity of an English summer.
He will be head of Westminster Abbey’s music department.
The choir are to perform a concert of contemporary arrangements in aid of the charity.
The crowds joined the mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Mark Ashton, and his wife, mayoress Barbara Ashton, at this year’s event.
The Dance Continued has been curated by his daughter, mezzo-soprano Clare Wilkinson.
The brand, which fuses contemporary street with modern tailoring, will be appearing on all promotion for the festival.
The widely respected singer-songwriter is to appear at the Cambridge Folk Festival later this month.
The winner of the Christian Raphael Prize 2021 is set to appear at this year’s Cambridge Folk Festival.
The band released their first studio album, The Trick to Life, in 2007 and plan to put out their as-yet-untitled fifth soon.