At the time of writing, The Willow Festival organisers tell us that they have managed to book in approximately 115 of the 123 bands that will appear at the event on 12, 13 and 14 July 2013. The Willow Festival has always been about Peterborough-based talent first and foremost,..
The ethos of The Northampton Music festival is simple, to bring the people of Northampton together to celebrate the town’s music culture, its people and its artists. The festival aims to provide a platform for local musicians and acts big and small, to take music into the community, and to present a national-calibre music festival, ..
If the only audience to hear you sing is your collection of rubber ducks in the bathroom you might be a little shy at unleashing your vocal talents in public. But award-winning choral conductor Will Prideaux is convinced he could get you hitting the right notes in just 12 weeks as part of a new ..
The 2013 Oundle International Festival is always an eclectic and exciting mix, and this year perhaps more than ever, with leading international solo and ensemble performers, light opera, musically themed films and even a.. Continue Reading
The Aussie music and reality TV star will be heading up a special concert on September 28 which marks the first major music event with a star-name at the venue since its rebranding.. Continue Reading
Some of our greatest composers Verdi, Wagner and Britten all have important anniversaries this year. To commemorate this, Peterborough Opera are returning to St John’s Church on the 20th of July. The concert programme.. Continue Reading
The Little London Trio is talented three piece ensemble based on the south coast of England. The group is comprised of Lis Peskett on violin, John Peskett on horn and Peterborough-born Richard Allum, on piano. Richard, a.. Continue Reading
Taking place at Peterborough Embankment in a number of big tops and featuring live music, this career fair from Opportunity Peterborough and Peterborough DNA is not your average career fair. The event has been organised.. Continue Reading
Staged at The Voyager Academy, Walton, on Saturday 15 June (7.30pm-9.30pm), the programme also includes Benjamin Britten’s boisterous Simple Symphony, Mozart’s ever-popular Overture to The Marriage of Figaro and Beethoven’s blockbuster 7th Symphony, part.. Continue Reading
This groundbreaking event – a first for Peterborough – presents an enchanting celebration of both the past and the future of African Ancestral music. We promise you a spectacular and vibrant stage show, with.. Continue Reading
Two school friends, guitarist Chris Gray and vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Ian Ray, formed a fledgling music project back in 2004, and it was while Ian was working at Peterborough Evening Telegraph as a.. Continue Reading