We are delighted to be hosting our first conference exploring ‘traditional’ and ‘popular’ tunes, their history and transmission.
We are delighted to be partnering with the National Coal Mining Museum for England, the National Maritime Museum and the Museum of English Rural Life to offer folk music artists an exciting creative and learning opportunity.
The autumn term and new academic year of our popular Saturday Folk Music Workshops are now on sale. Whether you want to learn to play from scratch, or improve your technique and musical confidence, come and enjoy high quality teaching from professional folk musicians at Cecil Sharp House.
Our next Folk Educators Group practitioner development day will be on Monday 26 June, 10am – 5pm, in Chelmsford and will be hosted by Essex Music Services, Lead partner in Essex Music Education Hub, and Co-chaired by Katie Howson of the East Anglian Traditional Music Trust.
The Vaughan Williams Memorial Library (VWML) is very excited to announce that its main reading room is to undergo a major refurbishment this summer to create a better space for users to discover and explore the English folk arts.