Esther Swift has travelled the world extensively with her music making and embraces many different influences in her virtuosic harp playing, composing and song writing. She writes songs about her homeland of Scotland, drawing on her folk roots and taking inspiration from nature and the people she meets along the way. An eclectic blend of jazz, folk, classical and everything in between Esther will share with you her stories and musical experiences from around the world.
An improvising saxophonist and multi-
instrumentalist Matt Wright is one third of the new music ensemble Sink, whose theatrical live shows and improvisational work continue to inspire audiences and artists alike. Recent achievements include five star reviews for their latest Fringe show and completion of their soon to be released third album ‘Popupocalypse’. Since 2012 Matt has been making his own bespoke tuned percussion, manufactured from discarded gas canisters. Matt is also the co-founding Director and Producer of the Pianodrome, the world’s first amphitheatre made entirely from upcycled pianos.