|Music on the Edge|
Flute: Susie Hodder-Williams, Bass Clarinet: Chris Caldwell
photographs Chris Chapman
This Sunday two local musicians, who are very sympathetic to those sentiments, will be performing a selection of pieces to complement the exhibition from 6pm this Sunday.
Chris Caldwell and Susie Hodder-Williams are an inspired musical duo. They live on
Dartmoor and often perform at the Long Room of the Drewe Arms in Drewsteignton. They are also well known throughout the and tour extensively. There music has been heard on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Late Junction’ and, more recently, Phonic FM’s ‘Classical Journey’. UK
They were last seen in
on Sunday 21 November last year, at Gallery 36 in Exeter Denmark Road. With Poet James Turner they performed a selection of music and poetry entitled ‘Time and Distance’ which astounded the audience. Their amazing skill and technique, together with their highly inspired and original style, has to be heard to be fully appreciated. Their subtle overlaying and combination of sounds is quite breathtaking.
On Sunday Chris and Susie will be joined by special guest Rick Bolton, playing ’cello and guitar, for a selection of music by Bach, Steve Goss, Nick Drake, Karl Jankins – and their own compositions and improvisations of course. Anyone under 21 can attend free and tickets for those over 21 cost £10, which includes wine. The audience will be free to enjoy the exhibition while listening to the music, or bring their own folding chairs and make themselves comfortable for the whole performance.
This will be a popular performance, so booking is recommended:
telephone: 0795 292 3318
The unmistakable sounds of Dartmoor
Susie Hodder-Williams and Chris Caldwell are
Music On The Edge
Music on the Edge
Topsham Art Room
Sunday 17 April 6pm
(Artwork: Benedict Rubbra
12 March -24 April)
12 March -24 April)
Tickets: £10 including wine (U21 free)
Box: 0795 292 3318
BRING YOUR OWNwww.musicontheedge.com