TRADITIONAL ICELANDIC HARMONY SINGING COMES TO TOWN

Traditional Icelandic Harmony Singing comes to Crewkerne on Wednesday March 20th at the King William function room in Barn Street. Bara Grimsdottir and Chris Foster, both fine singers in their own right, will perform Icelandic folk songs, accompanied by traditional musical instruments from Iceland, such as the langspil, kantele and fiola at the workshop which begins at 7.30 pm, doors open at 7 pm. Bara and Chris’ musical workshop in 2018 at Sidmouth Festival was acclaimed to be one of the highlights of the festival, drawing over 100 participants. Nick Beale of fRoots magazine said: “It’s not everyday that an unfamiliar yet readily accessible new tradition comes along, so check this out.” Tickets for the Crewkerne event cost £8 in advance and £10 on the door. Tickets are selling fast and anyone interested in attending the evening workshop on Icelandic songs and music is advised to book their place now by calling 07877206124 before all the tickets are sold.

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