• Psychedelic world folk band Bonfire Radicals play original and traditional music

    Katie Stevens - Clarinet, Kaval, Sarah Farmer - Viola

    Michelle Holloway -Recorders, Vocals, Ilias Lintzos - Drums

    Pete Churchill - Bass

    Bonfire Radicals


    Kiriki Club mix 40’s/50’s jumpin RnB with exotic sounds from around the world and surprising versions of pop classics

    Katie Stevens - Clarinet, Saxphones, Clarinet, Sam Frankie Fox - Vocals, Joelle Barker - Drums, Martin Cox - Bass and guitar

    Ricardo Rocha - Guitar and accordion, Genevieve Say - Percussion

    Kiriki Club

  • A veritable smorgasbord of musical delights: from Traditional Irish, Klezmer and British folk music to American jazz standards, alt-country, original songs and reinterpretations of 60s pop.

    Katie Stevens - clarinet, irish flute, whistle and vocals

    Katy Bennett - Vocals, guitar and piano

    The Katies


    Um Sete Um are a trio performing choro; a style of instrumental music similar to jazz but with a blend of African rhythm and classical forms to give it a uniquely Brazilian twist. The music dates from the late 1800s up to the present day, covering the giants of the genre such as Ernesto Nazareth, Pixinguinha.


    Katie Stevens - Clarinet and flute, Andy Carter - 7 string guitar, Alex Magni - percussion  

       Um Sete Um

  • This 12 piece Megafolk band is a collection of rogues and misfits surfing a tidal wave of horns, fiddles and guitars! Rapidly exploding from the 'Balkan Brass' genre they emerge as an anarchic orchestra of blazing passion and breathtaking originality.

    The Destroyers
  • Calypso Moon play a cocktail of vintage swing and calypso that guarantees to put a smile on your face and get your toes tapping! Full of joy with a touch of romance so put your glad rags on for a light hearted foray into a bygone era

    Ellie Dattani - Vocals and Ukelele, Dan Hayward - Drums, Marek - Percussion, Pat - Double bass, Katie Stevens - Clarinet, saxophone and backing vocals

    Calypso Moon


    Bahkita ensemble are a collective of musicians and dancers based in Birmingham playing traditional arabic music and egyptian baladi.

    Joelle Barker- Percussion, Katie Stevens - Saxophone, clarinet and Nay, Sam Slater - Oud

    Bakhita ensemble

  • Chai For All is an ensemble touring middle eastern and Jewish music sets and music & spoken word performances both nationally and internationally. Its two most recent music and storytelling shows explored the 1917 Balfour Declaration and Our Homeland Lives in Us: Longing, Belonging & Palestine.

    David Mowat - trumpet, Knud Stuwe - Guitar and Oud, Marianna Moralis - Vocals, Lulu Ruby Rose - Violin, Zaid Hilal - Vocals

    Simon Leach - Percussion, Mark Smulian - Bass

    Chai for all