10th July 2016: Division / Sara Hawkes & Peter Ravenhill / Peterborough Music Festival feat Thomas Dunleavy, Corinne Quinn & Emily Hale / James Edmonds
Division is a relatively new Peterborough acoustic duo formed in November 2015. They have been performing live for the last 3-4 months and already have a popular following. The band was formed based on their awareness of a gap in the local music market when it comes to high quality acoustic acts – with no tricks, no gimmicks, just live acoustic music. Their aim is to cover a diverse range of popular music that has been have developed into their own unique style of acoustic arrangements. https://www.facebook.com/DivisionDuo/
Peterborough Music Festival
Featuring Thomas Dunleavy, Emily Hale and Corinne Quinn
James has been gigging around Peterborough and local areas for over 5 years, with a versatile mix of rock, pop,
country and Irish music, accompanied by kick drum, rhythm and a big voice, he can certainly get a crowd going as well as playing subtle acoustic tunes.
Sara Hawkes & Peter Ravenhill
Sara Hawkes and Peter Ravenhill have been playing together in the local area for a couple of years now and have performed most recently at the Oundle Fringe and the Cambridge Jazz Festival plus at previous Glasshouse acoustic sessions. They combine smooth jazz and blues with some of Sara’s own compositions. Check out Sara’s website www.sarahawkes.com
Thomas Dunleavy is an 11 year old singer/songwriter. For the past 18 months Thomas has performed various
gigs/festivals and open mic nights around the UK.
Earlier this year Thomas released his first E.P Just Me and My Guitar. Thomas will be performing songs from the E.P at this performance.
Corinne has been playing the piano for 5 years and has just recently achieved her grade 5. She began writing songs a couple of years ago and now has a collection of her own compositions which she often showcases at school concerts and local fates. Corinne is aspiring to be a professional songwriter and hopes to study at the guildhall school of music and drama when she finishes sixth form.
Emily Hale, aged 17. I currently study A-Levels at Ken Stimpson Community School, 2 of which of the subjects being ance and Drama. I participate in all the school musicals and hope to pursue a career in the performing arts industry in the future. I participate in ACT Drama UK as a drama group which creates amazing performance opportunities for myself. I hope to study Musical Theatre at Drama School from 2017.