Musicians

de Mowbray's Musicke

de Mowbray’s Musicke are Kate Billmore and Peter Barnard.

They play Renaissance music on period instruments and teach dances of that time. Kate plays bagpipes, recorders, crumhorns, shawms, dances and teaches dance. Peter plays bagpipes, recorders, crumhorns, rauschpfeife, dances and teaches dance.

They are available to play for period dances and workshops, concerts, fairs and events etc.

Peter Barnard

Experienced dance caller and teacher. Particularly for English, French and Renaissance dances.

Organiser of the AVID folk dances in North Lincolnshire.

Author of “May I Have This Dance – An Introduction to Calling”.

Band member with Lys St Georges and de Mowbray’s Musicke.

Plays melodeon, Anglo concertina, English bagpipes, recorders, crumhorns, rauschpfeife.

Gwenaelle Ambuhl

French / Swiss harpist and dance teacher based in Sheffield, UK.
Experienced leading French and Breton traditional dance sessions for adults and children, including people with learning disabilities.
Gwenaelle also sings and plays piano and has recorded solo and with the band Outre Manche.

Paul & Liz Davenport

Paul and Liz Davenport sing songs from the English Tradition. Their repertoire is unusual and compelling, ranging from straight traditional renditions through self-penned material from Paul and son Gavin. The latter, though modern, certainly sounds traditional. Using sparse accompaniment in some songs, they sing mostly unaccompanied narrative songs and ballads. Theirs is a powerful, though deceptively simple delivery which sounds persuasively authentic.

Tegwen Roberts

Tegwen is a South Yorkshire songstress, with a voice described invariably as ‘both beautifully powerful and gently haunting’. Her songs are a mixture of lyrical catharsis and life-inspired story telling.

Richard Masters

…dig out the cloudy scrumpy , dig up the mandrake root . Empty the room of all soft furnishings. Inform all close friends that you have taken a sudden, unexpected leave of absence. .Close all the curtains , turn off the lights. Slump blindfolded and drunk into a hard wooden chair , turn up the stereo and listen.”
~ Keith Angel

Josie Wexler

Based in Sheffield and active fiddle player with Sheffield gypsy music legends, Minnie Moosika, Josie teaches traditional fiddle and beginners classical violin, to both adults and children.

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