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Folk at the New Room – Karen Tweed

Folk at the New Room presents accordionist Karen Tweed

One woman, one instrument … her touch and musicality is quite extraordinary, breaking accordion-esque preconceptions and boundaries. She has a box full of musical treasures to share.

Thursday 21st February 2019, 7.30pm
(doors 7pm, cafe open from 6.30pm)

Unreserved seating.
Adult £14/£12 Adv. Concessions £12/£10 Adv.
Tickets available in the New Room shop, on Eventbrite (online booking fee applies), or on the door.
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One of the leading lights on the UK and international folk scenes, Karen Tweed is the mercurial, wacky and elegant English accordion queen, known for ground-breaking collaborations (Kathryn Tickell, The Poozies, Swåp, Two Duos Quartet, May Monday) and inspirational teaching. Her stunning solo album Essentially Invisible to the Eye is a beautiful suite, taking us on an autobiographical musical journey, illustrating how much the accordion has become Karen’s voice and pen and muse.

“I honestly can’t remember the last time I enjoyed folk-music as much…”
Paul Pledger, Allgigs.co.uk

www.karentweed.com

New Room

The New Room in Bristol is the oldest Methodist Chapel in the world (originally built in 1739) and the cradle of the early Methodist movement.

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