Performers

Otto & The Mutapa Calling

Otto & The Mutapa Calling is a lively London based marimba band playing energetic, joyful music from Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe, including folk songs, original songs and popular southern African covers.

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Mambo Jambo

Acoustic Roots Duo Mambo Jambo might just be the biggest acoustic duo you’ll ever see; a truly unique two-piece they’ll take you on an exciting and joyous musical journey bringing together sounds from roots, world, folk and jazz, plus their own compositions.

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Sonya Smith

Sonya Smith has been singing since she fell out of the cradle. Known as a singer who also plays guitar, her vocals aren’t an afterthought thrown into the microphone, but the keynote of all the music she performs.

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Mair Thomas

Mair was brought up in Montgomeryshire in a Welsh speaking family, where she grew up in the chapel and eisteddfod tradition. She sings both in English and Welsh, and has an interest in traditional Welsh songs.

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Chris Greve

For the past 20 plus years, I’ve refined my technique and musicianship while taking it upon myself to grow as a musician and songwriter that all of the masters before me have successfully confronted.

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North Wales Opera Studio

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.

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Nabra

“Nabra” means the sound of one’s own voice. The sound of the Nabra oud duo is an intoxicating blend of Sudanese and Middle Eastern influences with plenty of Taqsim (improvisations) thrown in.

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The Story Teller

Jacqui Blore is a professional musician, story teller and crafter. She is best known for her work as The Story Teller and Piccolos Music, as well as being an integral part of the classical music scene throughout the North West.

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