Weorgoran Pavilion Festival: Sun 17 June

June 17, 2018 / 11:00

South Quay - Worcester

Weorgoran Pavilion, South Quay, Worcester, WR1 2JN

 

11:00, 13:00, 17:00 & 21:05
Listen to Dave Crowe’s soundscape, Shire Skies each day at these times
11:30-12:30 SongSPACE…
14:00-15:00 Lily Dooner
15:30-16:30 Tyler Massey
17:15-18:00 Lost Cat

Download the full Weorgoran Pavilion Festival schedule here

 

11:30 – 12:30 SongSPACE…

With Julia Palmer-Price

Book for the free singing workshop here

Charming cellist and songstress from the Malvern Hills, Julia (alias Juli-La), brings a sing-a-long class for the whole family to the Weorgoran Pavilion.

All ages and abilities are invited to explore and develop their unique voice during a seasonal and organic flow of songs, chants and Solfa (so good!) thrown in for good measure.

Whether you think you can sing or not, this is a fun class intended as a tonic, guaranteed to put a smile on your face!

All you need to bring is a bottle of water.

www.heartsong.org.uk

 

14:00-15:00 Lily Dooner

A mellow and beautiful set from young singer-songwriter, Lily Dooner. Lily has always written short stories and poems but after picking up the guitar at age sixteen, her writing shifted onto a new platform. Inspired by artists such as Nick Drake, Suzanne Vega and Laura Marling, Lily began writing a catalogue of raw and honest songs. Five years later Lily has completed her first collection of songs, the ‘Lioness E.P.’ and continues to experiment with her sound.

 

15:30-16:30 Tyler Massey

American-born Tyler Massey is a songwriter with the rare ability to write songs that feel modern and nostalgic at the same time. Inspired by both Americana and Psychedelia, his latest EP “American Nightmare” explores the blurry line between these two seemingly opposite genres throughout. Having logged hundreds of live appearances, he never fails to deliver an emotional live set.

 

17:15-18:00 Lost Cat

The trio that is Lost Cat. Inspired by anything that crosses our path. A mix of blues, soul, Eastern promise and anarchic jazz. Click here to watch Lost Cat in action!