Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start. Please enter the Museum via the rear Schools Entrance on Lifeboat Plain. You are welcome to bring your own drinks and glasses. Lift and stairs access to the 2nd floor.
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Launching our second year of acoustic music sessions at Sheringham Museum, we welcome The Shackleton Trio and Clark & Zuppardi.
The Shackleton Trio (formerly The Georgia Shackleton Trio) play an exciting blend of Americana, folk and self-penned material. Accompanying herself on the fiddle, Georgia writes and performs 'wordy songs about other people’, instrumentally influenced by British, American and Scandinavian folk traditions, with a regional twist from her native East Anglia.
Georgia’s skills as a singer and instrumentalist have been put to the test in numerous different contexts, and this trio sees her teaming up with guitar powerhouse Aaren Bennett and mandolin ace Nic Zuppardi. Together they have toured the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands, appeared at Rotterdam Bluegrass Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Towersey Festival, Broadstairs Folk Week, Folk East, and concert halls and folk clubs across the UK.
Nic Zuppardi and Adam Clark join forces as Clark & Zuppardi, blending original compositions infused with a passion for foot-stomping bluegrass and old time music with traditional songs and tunes.
Both seasoned instrumentalists in their own right, the duo have developed their own unique sound with clawhammer banjo, tenor guitar, mandolin and guitar. Nic regularly performs with BBC-folk award nominee Dan Walsh, and is a third of The Shackleton Trio. Adam is also one half of Nobodaddy, and has worked with a huge range of artists from Mobo award-winner Zara McFarlane to West African ‘Griot’ Sefo Kanuteh.