Concerts

Look below to find a list of various upcoming performances, as well as gig dates for my folk band, Moonrakers.

 

Keep a eye on my Facebook page for more details and updates on events.

Drawing Session at the Mall Galleries, London

February 27, 2020

Taking inspiration from the portrait of father and son Harp makers and restorers, Niebisch and Tree by Lewis Hazelwood-Horner RBA, which will be on display as part of the Royal Society of British Artists 303rd Annual Exhibition 2020, we are delighted to welcome Eleanor Dunsdon Harpist to play the Harp live in the gallery.


Our Drawing Sessions are a great chance to sketch, whether you are a seasoned artist or a first-timer. Bring along your sketchbook and pencils, if you don't have any there are free drawing materials generously provided by Winsor & Newton.

If you don't fancy picking up a pencil, these events are perfect for those of you who love popping in to have an informal chat about art with other visitors and members of the Mall Galleries team.
Free Admission

Moonrakers Album Launch

February 15, 2020

Launch gig for Moonrakers' latest album, Ebb & Flow, recorded at Woodworm Studios. Wesley Memorial Church, Oxford. 

Tom Moore & Archie Moss (support)

November 01, 2019

Folk at the Maltings (Acoustic Folk Roots) featuring Tom Moore and Archie Churchill Moss (Folk) plus Finn Collinson (Folk) plus Eleanor Dunsdon (Folk) at The Abbey Theatre, St Albans.

Tom Moore (Viola) and Archie Churchill-Moss (Accordion) have become key performers on the instrumental folk music scene in the last few years, both appearing in a host of bands. They have also performed as a duo since their early teens and are now performing a programme of brand new instrumental music – almost all of it self-penned and improvised. Taking influence from all corners of Northern Europe and from fresh contemporary art music, an evening in the musical company of Moore and Moss will leave you mesmerised, inspired and thrilled. Support is provided by New Roots finalist, Finn Collinson, and harpist Eleanor Dunsdon.

Finn is a recorder player and folk musician from East Anglia who also plays guitar, mandolin, bouzouki and whistle. His music is a diverse exploration of folk music on the recorder, spanning early/Renaissance art music, traditional English tunes, American bluegrass and original compositions and he has just released his solo album.

Eleanor took up the Clarsach at the age of 9 with BBC award winning folk musician Luke Daniels and performed with his Gael Music Academy across the country. She went on to pursue a career in classical harp but has been unable to shake her roots. This summer Eleanor gave her first performance at St Albans Folk Festival and took to the main stages at Broadstairs Folk Week and Towersey Festival.

Tickets: £12, Students and concessions £11. Under 18 £7.50 http://www.stalbansfolkmusic.org.uk 8pm - 11pm

A Ceremony of Carols

November 24, 2019

Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, and Saint-Saens' Christmas Oratorio. In Swallowfield.

A Ceremony of Carols

December 14, 2019

Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, at St. Edmund’s church, Northwood Hills.

Towersey Festival

August 22, 2019

Luke Daniels plays a solo show with guest Eleanor Dunsdon (harp) in The Big Club.

St Albans Folk Festival Showcase

June 28, 2019

Solo performance slots as a part of the festival showcase.

1:20pm at Waterstones, Saint Peter's St

2:20pm at The Garibaldi, Albert St

4:00pm at the Museum Café, Old Town Hall

Moonrakers at Waterperry Gardens

June 14, 2019

An open air amphitheatre in beautiful gardens of the house/garden centre. Bring a picnic (or buy one from the Teashop) and we'll play an early evening concert at 5pm. Refreshments available. £15 on the door or in advance from www.universe.com/moonrakers or 01865 769206. Waterperry Gardens, WATERPERRY, OX33 1LA

 

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