Musicians, music schools, tuition, groups and events relevant to all or a large part of Cornwall. More local sites should be submitted to the nearest town.
Pictures, sound files, interviews, reviews, and discography.
Band playing classic rock and pop music throughout Cornwall. Profiles, song list and gigs.
Traditional Cornish dance band with or without a caller. History, music, members, diary and CDs. Includes information on Bolingey September Fayre.
Male singing group performing traditional Cornish songs. CDs, tapes and videos, how to book and charity funds raised.
Profile and history with news, engagements and photo gallery.
Includes song titles and words.
Details of playing sessions in Truro and smaller groups playing in people's homes.
Annual event held near Wadebridge. Dates, artists, ticket and camping information.
About the choir, dates, past performances, history, gallery and contact details.
Provides bands, PA hire and other services for events and performances. Brief introduction.
Cornwall Songwriters gives mutual support to songwriters working in Cornwall, mainly in a traditional or folk genre.
Archive of the musical documentary drama telling the story of the rise and fall of mining in Cornwall. Overview, players, photographs and recordings.
Consortium of county bodies creating musical opportunities for youth. Explains work and initiatives.
Cornish music group. Origins, members, CD plus details of live performances. Includes Noze Looan, a less formal dance alternative to a troyl or ceilidh.
Local three piece trance techno outfit. Featuring mp3 downloads and pictures.
The company has over 30 productions to its credit, performing mostly at The Hall for Cornwall In Truro. History, current projects, funding and friends.
Includes player profiles, repertoire and engagements.
Group of singers who specialise in shanties and sea songs. Gig guide and details of recordings.
General information, photographs, diary, and contacts.
General information, concert schedule, recordings, and contacts. Based in St Neot.
Describes this choir which rehearses in Kingsand and includes events, members list and merchandise.
A group of singers singing shanties, sea songs and traditional folk songs. Group history, biographies, music, programme, links, and contacts.
Biographies, details on their workshops and touring dates.
The first choir was formed in the early 1900s. Its conductor was J.H.Bowden and the accompanist was Lewis Pascoe, whose version of While Shepherds Watched ... we still sing at Christmas. The choir appears to have disbanded during World War I but was reformed in May 1919 with the same officers.
Indie/melodic rock band. Gigs, band details, EP's and downloads of sample tracks.
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