Date: Saturday 4th February 2017
Ange Hardy and Lukas Drinkwater
Ange Hardy and Lukas Drinkwater have rapidly gained a reputation as a phenomenon on the indie and folk music circuit. If you’ve not yet heard them perform live then don’t miss this opportunity - you’re in for a treat.
Since she burst onto the scene in 2013, Ange Hardy has racked up an impressive array of awards including a nomination at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and winning three consecutive FATEA awards: Female Vocalist of the Year (2013), Album of the Year (2014) and The Tradition Award (2015).
Lukas Drinkwater’s previous visit to Calstock Arts was a cracking gig with Jim Causley, and he’s also to be found playing with festival favourites Three Daft Monkeys.
Ange and Lukas perform live with a staggering array of ever-changing instruments and equipment: a 27-string harp, 4 different guitars, a double bass, an array of traditional whistles, an Indian shruti box, two loop pedals, a stomp box and anything else they've decided to bring with them to keep their sound engineer on his toes!
It’s Ange’s innovative and spellbinding use of loop pedals to build layers of vocal harmony live from the stage that have gained her the most attention as a live performer - the dexterity of timing and skill required to harmonise with herself is almost as impressive as her ability to seemingly never perform the same set list twice.
“A quality duo. There’s frankly so much to admire, but the main thing is it sounds beautiful!” Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2
Doors & Licensed Bar from 7.00pm. Show starts at 8.00pm
Show finishes approx.10.15pm
There's plenty of time to walk to Calstock Rail Station after the concert to catch your train back to Plymouth. The Chapel is only a few minutes walk from Calstock Station.
Tickets in advance :
Standard : £12.00 (£13.00 On The Door)
Under18s : £6.00
Friends of Calstock Arts : £11.00
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Calstock Arts is a vibrant arts venue based in The Old Chapel, Calstock, situated within the beautiful Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.