Chapel Sessions Music welcomes Harriet Earis Trio – Harp and Tap 28th November

Chapel Sessions Music presents The Harriet Earis Trio and Lee Payne performing Harp and Tap.

The Harriet Earis Trio, based in mid Wales, combines Celtic harp music with jazz drums and bass to create a high-energy, unforgettable fusion.

In “Harp and Tap” they have created a show with ex-Riverdance tap dancer Lee Payne.

Mixing American tap with upbeat Welsh and Celtic harp music with jazz, pop and their own compositions. Combining the harp with jazz, pop and dance, “Harp and Tap” provides an uplifting blend of old and new, that’s guaranteed to be eye-catching, virtuosic, innovative and fun.

Doors open 7pm, band on stage 7.30pm, Real Ale/Wine bar & Tea/Coffee available from 6.30pm in Church Hall.

Sarah McQuaid plays Chapel Sessions 14th November

We are delighted to be able to bring singer/songwriter Sarah to Chapel Sessions.  Check out her instrumental prowess and her beautiful voice by listening to some of the many varied tracks featured on her web site then buy tickets to see her live (book early for this one to avoid dissapointment).

Recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, Sarah’s also drawn critical praise for her voice (which has been variously likened to malt whiskey and melted chocolate) and her engaging rapport with audiences:  “I’ve attended hundreds of concerts of all kinds, and her subtle mastery onstage launches her straight into my fave shows ever,” wrote The Huffington Post.

With the release of her new album, the Madrid-born, Chicago-raised, Cornwall-based singer/songwriter has expanded her battery of instruments to include piano, electric guitar and drum, and it’s drawn critical raves internationally: Dutch music magazine Heaven hailed it as “an early contender for folk album of 2018,” the UK’s fRoots said it was “a collection to savour” and the USA’s PopMatters called it “a gateway into a true innovator’s soul.”

The support for Sarah’s Session is cellist Joe Pritchard, Royal Academy of Music, who plays on her latest album ‘If you dig any Deeper it could get dangerous’

Tickets available from Eventbrite