Music and Lights – Musings and Images

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Last weekend saw the third ‘Under The Stars’ workshop in the Folkstock series, followed by the usual performances round the campfire.

I have a confession to make. I was not able to attend this event, as my older brother Alton Wahlberg got married on the afternoon of the 20th July, and whilst Folkstock Foundation Acts were listening to good music and probably having a bit of a dance, so was I – to the sounds of the awesome Cupids Wish.

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I had a good reason for missing the latest Folkstock workshop…

So, Folkstock’s ‘Music and Lights’ event kicked off from 6pm, beginning with three seminars for artists, given by Michelle Holding, Bonz Barnes and Martin Lumsden; those were: ‘Social Media Made Easy’ – for artists looking to promote themselves online, ‘Shooting on a Shoe String’ – about making music videos and ‘Studio Sessions – Right First Time’ – which is pretty self-explanatory.

 

Naturally for these such events, those in attendance moved from Church Farm, Ardeley to the camping grounds to finish the evening in the relaxing atmosphere created by the camp fire and all the additional guests that join for this section of the night.

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Folkstock Festival Director Helen Meissner said; “Very enjoyable day and thank you to everyone who gave their time for this – KARA folk ( duo), Karl & The Prodigal Son, Kaitlyn, Josiah Handpan, Noel Cowley, The Tritones, Rob Finlay, Martin Lumsden (from Cream Room Sound Productions) and of course Michelle Holding and Bonz”.

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“[It was] Lovely to see Zoë Wren joining us in the evening, and Peter Mayles, Rose Goodship and Steve Dagleish as well as everyone who performed in Hatfield’s Town Square and the Kaleidscope Hatifeld Short Film Festival [which Folkstock Foundation artists had played at earlier in the day,” Helen said.

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