Date: Thursday 5th September 2019
Brian Peters is one of the English folk scene’s great all-rounders: a compelling singer, a first-rate squeezebox player and a skilled guitarist.
Brian is one of the country’s best anglo-concertina players and is just as good on melodeon, while he’s also internationally-known as a leading performer of the great ‘Child’ ballads.
Although best known for traditional folk songs and lively English dance music, Brian’s act is full of variety and might include newer songs and tunes or wild squeezebox excursions into ragtime and blues.
Add his energy and dry humour onstage, and you have a truly entertaining performer.
Brian has played most of the major folk festivals in Britain, as well as festivals in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, and he’s worked often in Europe.
He tours the USA very regularly to play festivals, summer schools and concerts.
Brian is also in great demand as an instrumental teacher and workshop leader, and has recorded several highly-acclaimed CDs.
Brian Peters website
“A singer, guitarist and melodeon player of rare ability…. one of the very best performers in the field of English traditional song and music.” Dirty Linen (USA)
“Really excellent songs, performed to his usual high standard…. magnificent instrumental playing.” The Living Tradition
“A front-rank English musician on melodeon and concertina” English Dance and Song.
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Penzance Folk Club
Started in early 2008, Penzance Folk Club is run by a small committee with the welcome help from a number of members and performers.
Based at the Bath Inn in Cornwall Terrace, the Club runs alternate Wednesdays from 8.00pm-11.00pm. Click here for our Diary Dates
Most evenings are "round the room" sessions where everyone has the opportunity to sing, play a tune or tell a story. There is no obligation to perform and audiences are especially welcome.
Round the room sessions are Free entry, but we always run a Raffle to raise funds to subsidise our Guest Nights - held about 5 times a year - for which a charge is made.