Making it Home to Nature: Folk duo BarronBrady with Rachel Miller (flute)

Making it Home to Nature: Folk duo BarronBrady with Rachel Miller (flute)

Saturday 15 June 2024
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Ashburton Arts Centre


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BarronBrady is folk duo Roz Brady and Si Barron. There’ll be a short film introduction, ‘Musical Garden,’ by Rachel Miller.

Original songs, written in and drawing on the wild landscape
Singer and musician Roz Brady, accompanied by Si Barron on guitar and, for this special performance they are joined by bass flautist Rachel Miller.

Barron and Brady are known for their fresh acoustic style and a captivating repertoire which includes traditional English folk alongside original songs. This performance will showcase new songs written by Roz Brady, inspired by the wild beauty and natural history of Dartmoor.

By composing outside, Roz Brady immerses herself in the sights and sounds of nature, allowing these elements to influence her work. This deep connection to the natural world is reflected in the music, giving it an authentic and evocative quality.

‘Beautiful music’
Bob Harris BBC Radio 2

“Roz’s words are like a spell. Her depth of perception of the pared back beauty of the natural world are clear-eyed and unsentimental.”
Naomi Slade freelance journalist The Guardian ,RHS Magazine

“I love your music.”
Michael McCarthy, one of Britain’s leading writers on the natural world, Environment Columnist for The Independent

The land gets inside us and we must decide one way or another what this means, what we will do about it.’ Gary Snyder



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