From: Lawrence Heath <borodance_at_ntlworld_dot_com>Date: 5 November 2008 21:20:58 GMT
On the same evening we have two intriguing floor spots:
- Adam Bushell (from Duck Soup and The Tacet Ensemble) will be bringing his vibraphone to the Institute where he will be joined by the Tacet's pianist, on the Institute's piano, in the performance of three contemporary classical arrangements of folk tunes; and
- Irene Shettle is plotting something with Ralph Jordan which involves four concertinas!
All this and a raffle! How could you not come along to Ward Street at 8.00pm and join us for a great evening's music?
Tickets will be available on the door or in advance from http://homepage.ntlworld.com/borodance/musici.htm#mary
<snipped>From: "john Byng" <jbyng_at_btinternet_dot_com>Date: 5 November 2008 22:27:21 GMTSubject: Byng's Bulletin
Sunday 16th Nov Steve Turner Steve Turner is a fine concertina player and singer whose material includes some great Napoleonic ballads and even banjo tunes. Steve Turner comes from a family of singers and concertina players. His grandfather was known to have sung and played the instrument in the 1890's. Steve began his career on the
folk scene at the end of the 1960s. Manchester