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Enjoy some of the biggest names in traditional music at The Met this autumn.
Acclaimed and award-winning English folk singer and songwriter.
Andy White is a twenty-first century troubadour; a vital and engaging performer whose rare UK appearances are not to be missed.
Blazin’ Fiddles are one of the world’s most prolific fiddle groups.
St Agnes Fountain come together for one month of the year to perform “rhythmed-up” carols and Christmas music, interspersed with laughter and spoken word.
Celebrate the yuletide season with bagpipes, fiddles and step dancing.
For fifteen years Jim Moray has been at the forefront of a new movement in English traditional music.
A trio from Norway, Sweden and the Shetland Islands known for their gripping and unique blend of fiddle music.
Edwina Hayes’ beautifully written songs, charming stage presence and voice of an angel have won her a reputation as a true natural talent of gentle folk-Americana.
A powerhouse multi-instrumental trio, Vishtèn are flagbearers for their unique Acadian musical tradition throughout the world.
Music and spoken-word performance from an unlikely trio of writers and performers.
Jackie Oates is a name synonymous with the reinvigoration of English folk music, beguiling...
The award-winning band celebrate their twentieth anniversary in 2019 with a new live album and globe-spanning tour.
Blue Rose Code is Scottish singer and songwriter Ross Wilson. He has been compared to John Martyn, Van Morrison and Tom Waits.
Scottish folk pioneers Lau return to The Met.
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle return with their own special blend of top class folk songs, tunes and charming bonhomie.
Former Bellowhead front-man Jon Boden comes to The Met with songs from his new album Afterglow.
Karen Matheson is best known as the lead singer of internationally-renowned Celtic supergroup Capercaillie.
The Lindisfarne Story is an affectionate and enthusiastic celebration of one of the UK's most original and successful groups.
Two critically acclaimed folk and roots artists collaborate on songwriting for the first time.
Inspired by his violin, carved but never finished by Richard Howard in 1915, Sam Sweeney has created a live show and album of instrumental music inspired by the Great War.
Flook's music features precise acoustic grooves and soaring improvisation, all topped off with impeccable stage presentation.