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FITKINWALL - One Fine Day - Intriguing Events in Braemar
St Margarets, Braemar
27 July 2017
18:30
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Ruth and Graham were asked by Hauser and Wirth to curate a programme of music for a mini festival in the small town of Braemar in the Cairngorms. The festival features world-class musicians who will perform a variety of music from Renaissance Portugal, through Tallis and Bach, to present day Scotland. The programme includes the superb Simon Haram, a solo saxophonist, Ruth Palmer "the most distinctive violinist of her generation " and The Marian Consort, a young, dynamic and internationally renowned early music ensemble.  Ruth Wall will join the Marian Consort on concert harp and perform a short work with Graham to start the Festival.  Tickets include a complimentary drink at the start and a light supper at the interval.


KATHRYN TICKELL & THE SIDE
Wickham festival, Fareham
04 August 2017

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Ruth performs on lever harp as part of legendary Northumbrian piper Kathryn Tickell's vibrant band, featuring cellist Louisa Tuck and Amy Thatcher on accordion and clogs creating “a blissfully intuitive and empathetic mix of styles.” (fRoots)


KATHRYN TICKELL & THE SIDE
FESTIVAL INTERCELTIQUE DE LORIENT FRANCE
06 August 2017

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Ruth performs on lever harp as part of legendary Northumbrian piper Kathryn Tickell's vibrant band, featuring cellist Louisa Tuck and Amy Thatcher on accordio creating “a blissfully intuitive and empathetic mix of styles.” (fRoots)


THE TIN DRUM - KNEEHIGH

28 September 2017

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One of the defining novels of the 20th Century, Gunter Grass’ dazzling tour de force, The Tin Drum will be brought to thrilling theatrical life in a co-production with Kneehigh, Liverpool Everyman Playhouse and West Yorkshire Playhouse. Directed by Mike Shepherd with music by Charles Hazelwood, The Tin Drum is a folktale for troubled times: a dark, burlesque comic extravaganza, which is at once daringly provocative, political and profound. Ruth will join the cast performing on harp and synths. Performances take place from September until Christmas in Liverpool, Leeds, Bristol, Truro and London.


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