Performers: Saturday

Casey Greene’s Latin Four

During his illustrious career, Australian saxophonist Casey Greene has accompanied the legendary Ray Charles, toured with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and performed at California’s famed Monterey Jazz Festival. An exciting player whose chief influences include the legendary John Coltrane and Dexter Gordon plus Latin players David Sanchez and Maraca, Casey has been leading bands in… Read more »

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The Organic Lawn Management

Biography: The Organic Lawn Management are a three-piece folk/rock band from the rural fields of West Worcestershire. Wes, Matt and Josh have been writing and recording together since 2009, and in 2013 released their debut album, Folk’s Reason for Living. The band have played numerous gigs as well as a festival or two, and have… Read more »

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Gleadhraich

Biography: Gleadhraich are a Celtic Rock Band formed in Carnoustie, Angus in 2010. The band is made up of Craig Weir (Bagpipes/ Vocals), Ross White (Guitar/ Vocals), Paul Weir (Percussion) and Graeme Ritchie (Bass Guitar) with a live addition of a backing band which includes saxophone, trombone, accordion, keyboard and fiddle. Gleadhraich released their debut… Read more »

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The Dee-Sign Choir

Biography: The Dee-Sign Choir was formed in 1997 in order to raise much needed funds for Chester Deaf Centre, and over the last 20 years they have raised close to £200,000. They are a mixed group of people from age 8 to 75, all fund-raising volunteers, some profoundly deaf, some hard of hearing, some hearing… Read more »

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Cheshire Fire Choir

Biography: Members of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service choir were auditioned by Gareth Malone in 2013. Following the BBC 2 second series of The Choir: Sing While You Work, in which they reached the final, their choir has stayed together under the guidance of Musical Director Ruairi Edwards and Accompanist Wendy Dolby. The members… Read more »

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North Wales Opera Studio

Biography: North Wales Opera Studio was founded by Anne Williams-King, a professional opera soprano and teacher, and David Bartleet, opera singer, teacher and opera agent to give aspiring opera singers and students the opportunity to receive top class training from seasoned professionals. NWOS is a training ground run by experienced professionals for talented singers waiting… Read more »

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Panic Circus

Biography: Panic Circus is a modern non-animal social circus traveling the UK providing hands on family entertainment and circus training workshops. They were founded by Prof. Panic over 45 years ago. They provide their service to all events including schools, social inclusion groups, fetes and festivals. Providing a safe and comfortable environment for parents and… Read more »

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Madalene Kirby

Biography: Madalene Kirby was born and raised in Liverpool, where she studied singing at college, and worked as a primary schools music specialist. She has sung in many genres, as well as writing musicals and conducting choirs, but only came to singer-songwriting in 2013. Her songs are delicate and often wistful, with story-driven lyrics and… Read more »

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Witchford Voices

Biography: Witchford Voices are an independent community choir, based in the village of Witchford, just outside the Cambridgeshire city of Ely.  Since being established in 2009, the choir has gained a reputation for being hugely entertaining, dynamic and accessible. While the original mandate was simply to sing for the sheer fun of it, the choir… Read more »

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Golden Gate Men’s Chorus

Biography: Golden Gate Men’s Chorus was founded by Dick Kramer bringing together gay men from the San Francisco Bay Area who wanted to sing with a more classically-oriented men’s chorus. Golden Gate Men’s Chorus is 50 singers, ages 18+ and their current members are 20s to 70s. They have been performing continuously since 1982. The… Read more »

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