House of Trees Sat 13 July

House of Trees

Saturday 13 July 2013, 7.30pm, music from 9pm.

Tickets: £10/£25 with supper

We are delighted to host Ango/Swedish band ‘House of Trees’ whose crooked jazz melodies blended with dark fairytale lyrics have been selling out top jazz and folk clubs including Ronnie Scotts in London and Sladers Yard last January. 

Once upon a time some friends moved to a house made of, and  surrounded by, trees. Situated deep in the Swedish woodlands the house  is a hidden haven; a place where if no-one speaks one hears only the  sound of birds, a river and the wind in the trees. There is also the  sound of music….

The House of Trees
The House of Trees

vocalist Djamila Skoglund-Voss and guitarist songwriter Rob Coe House of Trees for webLed by singer/songwriter Rob Coe, House of Trees explore the myriad moods of life – thoughts, dreams, places and people – in their often mythical fairytale songs. Djamila Skoglund Voss’s earthy yet ethereal voice combines with Bridport-born James Carnell on percussion and  Helena Sköld  on violin.

As a live act the group bends and shapes itself depending on the  climate of the concert. The  atmosphere and emotion of their gigs is like a good home: warm and  cosy on the inside but outside the wind and the dark are knocking on  the door. The songs blend a heady mix of classical, folk and jazz music that draw parallels with Billie Holiday, Kurt Weill, and dark old-time Disney classics.

Djamila  Skoglund Voss, James Carnell and Rob Coe from House of Trees

Listen to House of Trees

To book your tickets at £10 or £25 with supper for Saturday 13 July please phone 01308 459511 or email gallery@sladersyard.co.uk

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