FINDING YOUR VOICE : A WOMAN’S WORK at Port Eliot Festival 29th August

I did a great session for Port Eliot Festival on Saturday 29th August. Improvised, spontaneous with a crowd aged 6-75 years old.

THIS IS PART OF MY NEXT STAGE FOR SONGBIRDS – taking the project into smaller communities, village halls, churches to hear your voices and sing with you. Here is a map of where I am headed in 2017-2018. If you would like your community added to the map, just email kate@katedimbleby.com

Kate, alone on stage with a vocal looper, combines powerful, soulful acapella original songs with stories of singing with Bobby McFerrin, stepping out of Peggy Lee’s shadow and listening to find the song in everyone.

“Stunning vocal virtuosity. An artist absolutely at the top of her game.” Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music

“Part concert, part confessional. A project that is anything but conventional” **** The Times

“Halfway between pop and spirituals. Crystalline and credible” ****Mail on Sunday

“Subtle, fresh and at times gently startling” The Guardian

“Artist of the Week” Clive Davis in the Sunday Times – the “uncatagorisable Kate Dimbleby”