East Anglian Traditional Music Trust
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|What are the musical traditions of East Anglia?||Profiles of traditional musicians||Jig Dolls||Dulcimers||Stepdancing|
|Vaughan Williams in the East||Traditional Music Day||Melodeons & More||Workshops, classes & schools||Community Projects|
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Next EATMT event
Tuesday 1st March 2017
Vaughan Williams Memorial Library Lecture
'The heyday of the dulcimer in East Anglia'
Cecil Sharp House, Camden, 7.30-9.30pm
Click here for further details about the talk and venue.
Saturday 25th March 2017
EATMT Melodeons and More
Workshops for melodeon and concertina players, plus Squeezebox Special concert in the evening.
Tuesday 20th April 2017
Talk for Glemsford Local History Group
Monday 26th June 2017
EFDSS Folk Educators Group
Regional meeting co-chaired by EATMT
Further details to follow
Sunday 16th July 2017
EATMT Stepdance Day
Occold Village Hall
Saturday 2nd September 2017
EATMT Traditional Music Day
Museum of East Anglian Life
11am- 5.30pm and 8pm-11pm
Booking opens 15th May.
Sessions featuring local traditions
There are a number of regular sessions in Suffolk featuring local traditional music, singing and stepdancing. These tend to be small venues with not much space for spectators, but there's usually room to squeeze in one or two more musicians or singers! If you are interested, contact Alvar Smith.
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What are the musical traditions of East Anglia?
Traditional Music Day Melodeons & More Workshops, classes & schools Community Projects
Profiles of traditional musicians Research Jig Dolls Dulcimers Stepdancing
Resources Shop Links Press Room Contact Us