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Chandler Children's Choir
Wednesday 1 June 2022
Venue: St Michael Le Belfry
A free performance by Chandler Children's Choir from the USA of sacred, traditional and popular songs for choir by Mendelssohn, Rutter, Kodaly and many more. Conducted by Aimee Stewart.
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Noisy Villages #3: Family Friendly Gig
Sunday 12 June 2022
Where: Gilling East Village Hall
After a successful launch in March, this new series of gigs at village halls around Ryedale continues, bringing an exciting array of bands and musicians to rural communities. Come along and discover your new favourite band!

We're doing an afternoon gig especially for families and anyone else who prefers daytime events. Gilling Village Hall is set in a wonderful location with a playground and miniature railway outside!

NV#3 features performances from:
Band of Jays – Quirky songs about people turning into birds, communicating with aliens and other unexpected matters https://www.facebook.com/bandofjays/

The Lights are an acoustic duo working throughout Yorkshire and beyond who utilise looping and harmonies to create a unique sound. Holly and Mike have been working together for 5 years now covering songs from the last 6 decades and writing their own mix of folk, blues, country and pop. https://www.facebook.com/thelightsduo

All ages are welcome but please note that under-16s need to be accompanied by an adult.

The event will be seated and tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available to buy - cash only please! You are welcome to bring your own alcoholic drinks but please be sensible 😁

Parking is available on the roadside by the village hall and elsewhere in the village.
Tickets £7 / £4 under 18s. Please note that under 16's must be accompanied by an adult and supervised appropriately at all times.
Tickets available here: www.ticketsource.co.uk/noisyvillages
Supported by Ryedale District Council and Launchpad.


Noisy Villages #4: Ani Sandwith & Carioca Soul
Saturday 18 June 2022
Where: Wintringham Village Hall
After a successful launch in March, this new series of gigs at village halls around Ryedale continues, bringing an exciting array of bands and musicians to rural communities. Come along and discover your new favourite band!

NV#4 features performances from:
Ani Sandwith is a North-East based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocal powerhouse. Ani’s sound brings together the classic song-writing style of artists like Carole King and Elton John with modern neo-soul/jazz influences such as Lianne La Havas and early JP Cooper. Combined with her frank and personal lyrics, she produces an honest and powerful brand of soul tinged with pop sensibilities. https://www.facebook.com/AniSandwithMusic

Carioca Soul Inspired by the music of Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66 this 7 piece band perform an eclectic mix of Bossa Nova, Samba and contemporary Brazilian music mixed with original tunes in a melting pot of latin/funk and soul. Having recently supported US Sax star Harry Allen, Carioca Soul bring their cool latin sounds to Ryedale for the first time! https://www.facebook.com/Cariocasoul.uk/

All ages are welcome but please note that under-16s need to be accompanied by an adult.
The event will be seated and a cash bar will be available.
Parking is available on the roadside by the village hall and elsewhere in the village.

Doors 7pm, performance begins 7.30pm. Tickets £7 / £4 under 18s.
Tickets: www.ticketsource.co.uk/noisyvillages
Supported by Ryedale District Council and Launchpad.


Larkhall – Piano And Creative Coding
Saturday 25 June 2022
Micklegate Social, 148-150 Micklegate YO1 6JX
25 June 19:30
Tickets £8-11
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Algorithms are art. Coding is creative. Not convinced? Let Larkhall persuade you. After his first album The Sea Was Never Blue hit #2 on the iTunes Classical chart, Larkhall returns with a stunning new show combining heartbreaking piano compositions with mind-blowing live-reactive visual interpretations. Centred around his experience overcoming depression after the birth of his second son, Say You’re With Me is Larkhall’s newest album— treat yourself to a sumptuous hour in his smart and honest company. The Chicago Sun-Times called his work ‘vividly beautiful’ – and so will you.

"A new exciting voice on the contemporary scene"
—Hannah MacInnes, Times Radio.

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