“Among the finest klezmer ensembles on the planet”
She’Koykoh’s evolution spans busking on London’s streets to performing on the Global stage. Renowned for musicianship precision and general ‘joie de vivre’
members hail from the UK, Serbia, Sweden and Turkey. They bring together the
stunning polyphonic melodies and intricate rhythms of Bulgaria, treasured
traditions from Serbian villages, exhilarating Gypsy dances from the Romanian
mountains and soulful Sephardic and klezmer music from Turkey, Macedonia,
Poland and Ukraine.
She’Koyokh is a Yiddish word meaning “nice one”. They are currently touring their fourth album, First Dance on Second Avenue, which was nominated in the 2018 Songlines World Music Awards.
“one of the finest British-based exponents of global music”.
Tickets- Adult £12 Child £6 available from Burway Books, John Thomas Florist, or CS Town Council or on-line…..
My Sweet Patootie is a non-stop acoustic show from Canada, embracing the fun that makes live music so intoxicating. “With a sly wink and a grin, they draw you into a world of carnival barkers and nostalgic romantics, making you feel part of it”.
The dynamic trio features Canadian Folk Music Award winners singer-violinist Sandra Swannell and singer-fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Terry Young along with Devonshire’s ricky-tick percussionist John Jackson.
Uplifting and Humorous
So expect shades of vintage swing, country blues, folk and ragtime in an uplifting and humorous show, performed with vocal harmonies and instrumental virtuosity.
Original Song Writing
The band’s name “My Sweet Patootie” is 1920’s North American slang, a term of endearment meaning “hot dame” or “sassy sweetheart” approach to creating captures their original song writing ‘s vintage flavour and their cheeky approach to creating memorable performances.
“With their arsenal of instrumental virtuosity combined with alternating humour and sincerity, and unflagging energythey filled the hall with joy”
Bill Monahan, Meaford Live Music
“A winning combination of world-classmusicians and great entertainers“
“Swing, folk, country and nostalgia collide head-on in a most pleasing fashion ….. My Sweet Patootie 4 out of 4 stars!
Tickets Adult £12, Child £6 available from John Thomas Florist, Burway Books or C.S. Council Office or book on-line…
Welcome back to Friday Night At The Horne at the Silvester Horne Institute. Help us celebrate with a free glass of wine, or equivalent as tonight we launch our 2019 Autumn Programme of music and entertainment.
This evening will be both enjoyable and entertaining as it is a special double bill. We bring together our popular Trovatori who are based here in the Strettons, and Sasscappella who are joining us from the Malverns.
Trovatori are Darren Clarke (baritone ) and Caroline Clarke (soprano). They provide their own accompaniment on classical guitars, and share a passion for singing, travelling and discovery. They explore the musical world for all the best songs that include opera, operetta, traditional, folk and ballads.
Their talents take them all over the world, and they are much in demand as guest artists for cruise companies.
“……..a very talented duo that went over beautifully”
Entertainment Director , P&O Oriana
SassCappella are a very entertaining three part A cappella group. Janet, Marie-Therese and Gwen bring an eclectic musical mix from Jazz to pop and their original songs include some comedy items!
SassCappella have been treading theatre boards and singing from their early days and now love being part of this A cappella trio. Their performances includes some piano and guitar playing as well.
harmonies this dynamic sassy trio make it their mission to entertain and have a
“An exhilarating performance and really entertaining singers”
Lord Faulkner, House of Lords.
Ticket £12 include a glass of wine to push the boat out!