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INU AND EFFRA

BATH: Chapel Arts Centre

THU 15TH MAY, 2014 7.30pm

£7.00 + £0.70 Booking fee = £7.70

20 tickets available
 

14 and over
 

Performing together for the first time Inu and Effra. They've formed a common bond playing various festivals and sessions & this show promises to be special with both bands doing a set and then perfoming together.

INU

Inu have been at the forefront of the Southwest's music scene for 10 years performing folk music and songs from Celtic British & European traditions collected from the band's travels.

The band comes from a background of informal sessions where they all found a passion for folk music. The set includes tunes from Ireland, Britain, France, Norway, Romania, Bulgaria and Macedonia. The music is intertwined into imaginative arrangements and the improvisational flair of the musicians makes it a musical journey not just to the places of origin but deep into the soul. This ensures no two performances are alike. Inu are Andrew North on Double Bass, Tim Petherick playing guitar,Louise Baxter on Vocals and Guitar, Marick Baxter on Flutes and Whistles Richie Lewis on Piano accordion Whistle and Guitar.

EFFRA

Effra are Alex Bishop (guitar), Tom Newell (fiddle, mandolin) and Aidan Shepherd (accordian). Heralding from Bath, Shrewsbury and Canterbury respectively, they met in London in 2011. Although coming from predominantly rock, classical and jazz backgrounds, a strong connection was quickly formed, and they began meeting regularly to write and develop music that shared a common ground.

Early performances were well received, and the band soon grew an identity of its own, fuelled by ideas brought to the table by all three members. In 2012 after only a year since their first meeting, the band won the Bath Folk Festival ‘New Shoots Competition’ on the strength of their compositions and high-energy performance.

£7.00 + £0.70 Booking fee = £7.70

20 tickets available
 

14 and over