Dear Friends and Musicians,
A quick catch up
I was recently appointed as the new Director of the East Anglian Traditional Music Trust, so I thought I’d get in touch to let you know about a traditional Suffolk style Concert Party that I’m organising with Music, Food, Song, Step dancing and more!
Our very own Adrian Lever (formerly of Horses Brawl)is back in the shire to perform at the event with one of his new bands ALMA, a fantastic trio with award-winning fiddle players John Dipper and Emily Askew.
We also have lots of other players specialising in the traditions popular in East Anglia what are those? Come and see!
There is also of course a raffle raising funds for the Trust’s future events and opportunities to find out about volunteering.
We also recently started an instrument bank so that we can share more music through workshops and events, please let me know if you have any lonely fiddles, melodeons or dulcimers gathering dust! Or if you would like to be involved in any of our future plans, from bunting making, to research, to performing. My official email is [email protected]
SUFFOLK CONCERT PARTY
Presented by the East Anglian Traditional Music Trust
Saturday 11th November 2017
Tickets: £12 (£6 under 18) includes a fantastic Ploughman’s by Bungay based Everyday’s A Picnic,
Earl Stonham Village Hall
IP14 5HJ nr Stowmarket (3 miles from Stowmarket train station).
Plus a Real Ale Bar and other refreshments.
Book online by 3rd November https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/east-anglian-traditional-music-trust-concert-party-tickets-37526628155
or send a cheque payable to EATMT to: EATMT, The Old Stables, Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 1DL.
It would be great to see you there for an enjoyable evening of music, food and more!
With best wishes,
The East Anglian Traditional Music Trust is a registered charity based in Suffolk, which aims to promote awareness of and participation in the folk music traditions of East Anglia. East AngliaÂ has a rich seam of such music, and has provided inspiration for composers such as Ralph Vaughan Williams, and been the subject of many recordings, books and articles.