The musicroom is a small music club in East Suffolk, presenting an eclectic range of innovative artists, broadly in the folk and improv music traditions. The sessions are in the intimate, informal setting of our barn, (not the studio) with a chance to socialise and share experiences of the music.
Next event is on Saturday 30th September, with fiddle and recorder player LAURA CANNELL
7.00pm for food and drinks, music at 8.00pm
Admission is £10 on the door to include support for the musicians and a (mostly vegetarian) buffet.
Cash bar for good wine and beer.
Numbers are limited, we can’t rely on sitting on the lawns again!
Let us know if you’d like to come by replying here
Laura melds early music, folk, and improv, with an uncanny ear for space and the landscape.
‘… Cannell is revolutionising the recorder, pushing raw, wind-whipped compositions through it, and sometimes playing two at once in stark medieval harmonies. She attacks the violin with similar energy, threading the instrument through the bow, so all four strings can be played at once in a torrid polyphony” Guardian: read here
This is some of what she does. And here she is at Old Jet. Playing fiddle and hangar, it seems And this is her website.
“Cannell coaxes fresh magic from age-old techniques”
“Beautiful and haunting”
Tom Ravenscroft BBC6 Music
“essential work of modern British folk and avant-garde composition.”