Folk Solos And Duos: Worcestershire - for your Event
Live Music Booking Service for Your Party, Wedding or Event from - Midsummer Music - the music people
This young talented duo consists of acoustic/electric violin and piano. They have performed at venues throughout the country including the Albert Hall and Symphony Hall and have supported famous entertainers such as Barry Manilow and Chris de Burgh.
The duo provide a unique and distinctive musical touch to any special occasion. A favourite for parties in Worcestershire..
If you're looking for something a little different for your wedding reception, then the BWB Duo can provide music, colour, dancing and humour to ensure that your special day goes with a swing. They can play appropriate background music during the ceremony, whilst your reception will be enhanced by the musicians who will stroll around the room singing songs and playing tunes whilst your guests enjoy their meals. A regular performer in Worcestershire..
BWB can also be booked, along with a caller and either a Piper, Fiddler or Accor ... more
Franco can offer a varied programme of music ideal as background music at a reception, dinner or any other similar event. Franco uses prepared accompaniment tracks - great music for listening to and dancing to, so you get the effect of a full band with just one musician. An attractive option for dinners and events inWorcestershire..
This group present a unique musical tribute to perhaps the greatest collection of love poetry in the English language : William Shakespeare's sonnets. The band consists of two members who provide guitar and vocal accompaniment and a third and most important member, William Shakespeare, the lyricist. Whether a charity event in Worcestershire, or a wedding - well worth considering.. The Trio have set a large collection of the 154 sonnets to music, performing them as songs. They describe their sound as mediaeval pastoral folk meets country blues meets William Shakespeare. A com ... more
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The Folk Solos And Duo pages list bands that are available in Worcestershire.
These are session bands, ie music to listen to, NOT ceilidh band to dance to.
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Worcestershire, home of Edward Elgar, and still a centre for music with the Chandos Symphony Orchestra and the English Symphony Orcestra. Like many English counties Worcestershire boasts an interesting diversity of countryside and provides opportunities for enjoyable walking in many places.
There are the glorious Malvern Hills, home of Midsummer Music, providing an impressive south western border to the county with their distinctive nine mile ridge profile. In the north west is the Wyre Forest, the largest area of continuous woodland in the county and, due to its age and diversity, an interesting location for walking. The Severn, one of England's great rivers, enters the county near Bewdley, in the north west, and flows southwards to leave near Tewkesbury in the south west.
The Severn Valley is steep and wooded in the north, widening out to a broad flood plain of pasture land in the south, offering some lovely riverside walks along the Severn Way.
The north west corner of the county, west of the River Severn, is a peaceful area of undulating farmland, intimate valleys and small villages ideal for relaxing walking. The River Teme, from Tenbury Wells to its junction with the Severn south of Worcester, also has a quiet rural valley ideal for leisurely walks. In the south east Bredon Hill provides bracing walks, with fine views across the Severn Valley to the Malvern Hills and delightful villages to explore. Even further east at Broadway the county offers a taste of the Cotswolds and a walk up the dramatic escarpment to Broadway Tower. Worcestershire's area has a very odd shape, but it is approximimately 44 miles wide and 24 miles deep.
It has four major rivers running through it, those being the Severn, Avon, Tame and Stour. Produce included grain and fruit. Worcester manufactured gloves, porcelain and cabinet ware, and in other towns were tanneries, glass and iron works. Wool-spinning, linen-weaving and the manufacture of needles and nails also took place throughout Worcestershire. Kidderminster was well known for its carpet manufacturing.
Musically, Worcestershire is famous for the composer, Elgar. Edward Elgar was born in the small village of Lower Broadheath outside Worcester. The Malvern Hills are now a focus for musical talent, being the residence for some years of the violinist Nigel Kennedy and the focal point for many of our String Quartets, Ceilidh Bands and other music groups.
Worcestershire is famous for its cricket. A Function Band or Cover Band is a great way to let off steam at an after match party. An alternative to a Party Band that has worked well is an Irish Ceilidh Band, ensuring everyone gets involved.
The Midsummer Quartet is one of the string quartets in worcestershire on our web site. There are a number of talented jazz bands in worcestershire who play regularly around the county.The Ringerike Ceilidh Band is one of the ceilidh bands in worcestershire / barn dance bands in worcestershire wedding quartets in worcestershire.