Performers

Amamere Folk Music ‘n’ Dance Ensemble

Affiliations: Centre for National Arts & Culture-Accra National Commissions on Culture-Accra Ghana Dance Association Musicians Association of Ghana (MUSIGA) Ghana Monument Board Ghana Export Promotion Council International Council for Promotion of Arts, Sports and Spiritualism-West African Chapter Chairman. West Africa Representative of Leading University of Dance Theatre & Show Organization, Madova-Italy. RECENT AWARDS & MERITS:… Read more »

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Manchester Community Choir

We have performed at televised events, including the 2002 Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony and the unveiling of the Emmeline Pankhurst statue. Rose Hodgson has been our musical director since September 2019. She has a wide-ranging repertoire of songs, including songs from Southern Africa, Hawaii, Georgia, Czech Republic and Ireland.  

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The Bostock Singers

Bostock Singers are a 60s strong, mixed voice choir (SATB) based in Cheshire. Directed by Nicola Howbrigg and accompanied by Miss Alison Richards, our repertoire is wide ranging from musical theatre and pop through to classical and comedy. In 2016, we took part in our first competition `The Last Choir Standing` at Crewe Lyceum where… Read more »

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Galliard Folk Dancers

Galliard Folk Dancers meet three times a month to learn and research folk dances. We have a wide background in British folk dancing – English, Scottish, Welsh and Manx as well as Morris and “Playford” country dancing. We would like to support the Eisteddfod as a non-competitive group and have the opportunity again to share… Read more »

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Chester Big Band

A big band based in Chester for 30 years, reinvigorated by the arrival of Jan Modelski 4 years ago. We have developed a wide repertoire of songs both instrumental and vocal, playing both traditional big band music like Glen Miller and Duke Ellington through to Beyonce and Stevie Wonder.

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Royal Buckley Town Band

The Royal Buckley Town Band was formed in 1822 and is one of the few brass bands to use the title ‘Royal’, conferred around 1894, which they played for the Prince and Princess of Wales (later, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) and more recently, for HRH Prince Charles and HRH Princess Anne. In 1985… Read more »

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