Sun 30 May
|Time||12:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
As part of our ‘Get Up, Stand Up’ bank holiday weekend festival, we will be joined by a number of talented local musicians who will be performing throughout the day in the beautiful setting of the Sensory Garden behind the Town Hall on Saturday and Sunday.
Socially distanced bubbles will be marked out on the ground, and you’re welcome to bring along a picnic.
12pm – Charlotte Dunling and Emma Davies with David Knowles
Clarinettist Charlotte Dunling developed an interest in community music during her Undergraduate Music Degree at Bath Spa University, with particular interest in music and young people. Emma Davies is a clarinettist based in Cardiff where she is currently studying for her MMus in Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Over the past five years Emma has thoroughly enjoyed exploring the diverse and extensive repertoire of the clarinet, and finds immense joy in communicating the stories and emotions which wind their way through the music she performs.
1pm – Harmony-Asia
Harmony uses her real life experiences to inspire the words of her songs. She has a powerful voice with a delicate quality, where you can feel the emotion that goes into each and every piece of music. Always seemingly effortless, and with a beautiful tone; Harmony can adapt to whatever song comes her way.
2pm – Cordis Chamber Choir
Cordis Chamber Choir are a small voice chamber choir based in Bath. The choir was started by Tobias Jacob(Conductor) and Paige Halliwell in 2018 with a clear vision to perform wonderful choral music at a professional standard. Within the choirs repertoire sits a range of works right from baroque polyphony all the way to twenty-first century music by living composers.
2:45pm – Zoe Newton
Back in her home-town of Trowbridge, we are delighted to welcome Zoe Newton for an intimate live performance from one of Wiltshire’s brightest singer-songwriters. Zoe is an acoustic/country singer, inspired by celebrated songwriters Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, and Taylor Swift. Zoe has used writing as a way to express her emotions from a young age, using only delicate lyrics and a guitar. Her performances lead you through a stream of country-infused acoustic songs about love, life, and heartbreak.
3:45pm – Ben Hutcheson
Ben has become a prominent artist to look out for. He lives in Bristol where he is planning the release of his debut album in the coming year. Influences include AC/DC, Passenger, Guns N’ Roses and Ed Sheeran