Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Venue: Phytology, London
Venue: Cecil Sharp House, London
The Nest Collective (offspring of The Magpie’s Nest – BBC Folk Club of 2010) – has grown to become London’s place to go for discovering the amazing resurgence in music being made under the banner of ‘New Folk, Old Folk & No Folk’. Formed in 2006, The Nest Collective hosts regular events, creating platforms for traditionally-inspired British and World artists from both emerging and established backgrounds. Musicians and audiences alike come for our unique intimate and un-pedestaled environment, no matter which venue, for the making of music and the opportunity to be part of a shared experience.
Coming from a family of English folk singers, Seamus Cater carries the torch from a contemporary perspective. Having spent twelve years as a member of the eclectic Amsterdam music scene and four years previously in Manchester, he injects new subject matter, arrangement and orchestration to these traditional roots.
Born in a small town in Finland and brought up in a vibrant atmosphere of many musical influences, Viljam Nybacka’s musical development progressed through classical and electric guitar.
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