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The Aronowitz Trio
violinist Magnus Johnston and his cellist brother Guy combine with pianist Tom Poster and have been performing together since they were in their early 20s
Wild Card
female-fronted Exeter-based five piece rock/pop band playing their blend of classic and, they say, sometimes intriguing rock/pop covers from the 70's
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
the only UK symphony orchestra not based in a major city, now under the musical direction of chief conductor Kirill Karabits
arx duo
Seattle, Washington, percussion duo featuring Mari Yoshinaga and Garrett Arney
Romesh Ranganathan
observational stand-up and actor of Sri Lankan descent who comes from Crawley, appears in HSBC commercials, and includes Ricky Gervais amongst his comedy heroes
Joey The Lips
ten-member Devon-based high energy soul, blues, funk and disco combo
Sea Eagles
acoustic duo Angie and Barney Dine, two-thirds of the band 3BF, here playing classic tunes to help those drinks slip down and your feet start tapping
Welsh ‘chamber-folk’ trio bringing together cellist Jordan Price Williams, violinist and viola player Patrick Rimes and fellow violinist Aneirin Jones to play tunes and songs from the Celtic nations and beyond in an attempt to combine the energy of...
Henry Lowther
born out a long association and friendship going back forty years between jazz trumpet player Lowther and bassist Dave Green when both decided that the time had arrived to play the music of their choice
Brendan Cole
New Zealand-born former builder and roof-layer now best known for his time as a Strictly Come Dancing choreographer and performer
The Opera Boys
take any four classically trained tenors from London’s Royal Academy of Music, put them together as The Opera Boys, and send them out either to appear as singing waiters at weddings or, as here, to come on stage to perform a range of material from...
Merit Ariane
German-Egyptian singer and professor of music outreach at the Royal College of Music who specialises in Arab and Middle Eastern vocal music
Genesis tribute outfit disregarding the time of Gabriel with the focus instead on the Phil Collins era
Missin' Tackle
Brixham-based seven member shanty crew formed in 2014, following the success of 'The Provident' play, with four of the original members still remaining
Andrew Watts
Hammersmith-born countertenor who studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Geoffrey Mitchell and whose concert engagements include appearances with BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, the Los Angeles and Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestras...