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Concert for Refugee Aid

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Concert for Refugee Aid

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Jul 08 2023 19:00 - 23:00
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Following the successful Concert for Refugee Aid last year, we have another exciting Concert this July in Whitchurch.

Showcasing a fantastic array of talent from near and far, we are proud to present:

Joe Sartin, an emerging talent on the folk scene who continues and develops his family tradition while bringing a unique and youthful style to his music. Joe is one half of Patakas, a new duo bursting onto the English folk scene. (His brother Will is the other member)

Vincent Lindsey-Clark, Whitchurch resident, composer and classical guitarist, highly acclaimed both nationally and internationally. Vincent composed Fiesta Americana for Berta Rojas, who’s recording of the work was recently nominated for a Latin Grammy Award

Quimantu, the Anglo-Chilean band of exceptional performers who fuse influences from music around the globe, offering a truly international perspective and sharing a vision of respect for freedom, justice, culture and education

Jon Wilks, another Whitchurch resident, the well-known finger-picking guitarist, songwriter and singer of traditional folk songs, fresh from his recent tour and whose new album was The Guardian Folk Album of the Month. Jon will be joined on stage by:

Jackie Oates, one of the country’s best loved folk performers, described by The Independent on Sunday as “sweetest voice of her generation of English folkies”

Last year's concert was organised by Paul Sartin, much loved, much missed.

Proceeds will go once again to one of our local refugee support groups, the Southampton and Winchester Visitors Group.

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All Hallows Church, Whitchurch, RG28 7AS Whitchurch

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