Eliza Carthy Trio, with Saul Rose and David Delarre

Fri 16 July, 20:00

The “seriously impressive” (Telegraph) folk legend, revered for her mesmerising live performances, rich and powerful vocal set and fiercely beautiful fiddle-playing, graces the Grand Junction stage. 

Describing herself simply as a “modern English musician”, Eliza Carthy herself is one of the most recognisable faces of the English folk revival. The daughter of a folk dynasty (her father is Martin Carthy and her mother Norma Waterson), twice nominated for the Mercury Prize, winner of number BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and with an MBE for services to folk, Eliza has performed with artists including, Paul Weller and Rufus Wainwright.

For this concert, Eliza will be joined by Saul Rose, founder member of Eliza Carthy and The Wayward Band, and musician and composer David Delarre to perform a selection of traditional songs from Conversations we’ve had beforethe first album that theyhaverecordedasatrio,whichwasreleasedinsummer2020. 

“The lady who kick-started the still remarkably healthy contemporary British folk scene is celebrating in style.”

The Guardian (on Eliza Carthy)

“Compelling. One of the figureheads of the English folk revival.”

Evening Standard (on Eliza Carthy)

“Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all.”

Q Magazine (on Eliza Carthy)

Eliza Carthy
Saul Rose
David Delarre 

Date: Fri 16 July 2021

Start Time: 20:00 (Doors Open 19:00)

Length: TBC

Venue: This event is performed live at Grand Junction, St Mary Magdalene’s, W2

Covid-19 Update 

Summer Sessions performances have gone on sale at 50% of Grand Junction’s full capacity to allow for social-distancing between groups (a minimum of one metre). Up to four people from different households are permitted to be seated together indoors. 

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