Songs of Land and Sea
In Aston Hall’s Great Hall, the Kate Luxmoore Group perform Old English music from a contemporary perspective, incorporating elements of classical, jazz and afrobeat within beautiful stories and melodies of English folk music.
Kate is a clarinettist, composer and band leader, who has collaborated across many genres and art forms with artists such as percussionist Lekan Babalola, Afrobeat Drummer Tony Allen, and storyteller Pyn Stockman, as well as performing at major Festivals such as Glastonbury and venues across the UK and in the USA, Africa and Europe. She brings a talented and international line up to this event, whose last performance was described by audiences as ‘uplifting’ and ‘entrancing’.
Supported by Arts Council England.
Pre-booking is essential. We anticipate that this event will be very popular.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Your ticket includes general admission to the Hall, so feel free to explore this magnificent mansion at your leisure from 4.30pm until 5.45pm when you will be seated in the Great Hall for the performance at 6pm.
The performance will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The event finishes at 7.15pm.
Organised by Birmingham Museums Trust – Aston Hall
Date & Time
Fri 15 Sept | 4.30pm–7.15pm
LocationAston Hall, Trinity Road, Aston, B6 6JD
Under 3 free
AccessThe performance in the Great Hall is wheelchair accessible.
Aston Hall is part accessible (ground floor) but has stairs to upper floors and no lift. Accessible toilet.