CRAIG; MORGAN; ROBSON
Visitors will be saddened to learn that Sarah passed away on Sunday 15 September 2013
The funeral was on Wdnesday 2 October in the Bourne Valley.

Sarah Morgan's Memorial Concert

Was at Guildhall High Street Winchester SO23 9BA On Sunday 13th April 3pm-10pm

Winchester Community Choir
Alton Community Choir
Petersfield Community Choir
Spotlight Singers
Andover Museum Loft Singers

Tickets from Memorial4Sarah[at]gmail.com
Details 07764 794764

Belshazaar’s Feast - John Kirkpatrick
Lester Simpson - Mick Ryan and Pete Harris
Mary Humphries & Anahata - Airs & Graces
Grace Notes - Paul Tabbush - For Pete’s Sake
Askew Sisters - Caroline Edwards - Joe Penland
Eddie Upton - Doug Bailey - David Robertson
Mary Eagle - Mike O’Connor - Susanna Starling
Jeff Gillett & Ron Taylor - Malcolm Austen Bev & Chris Arscott
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MCs - Moira Craig & Carolyn Robson

Poster at http://www.scoff.org.uk/sarah-a4.pdf

In the Autumn of 2003, three singers, rich in repertoire and musical experience, decided to combine their talents as an a-capella harmony trio. Those singers were Moira Craig, Sarah Morgan, and Carolyn Robson. Under the billing Craig; Morgan; Robson they have been captivating audiences in the UK and America, earning accolades such as "A joy to the ear" and "A harmony master-class". Their debut CD, "Peppers and Tomatoes"has been hailed as "a gem of an album" Mick Peat, BBC Radio in the Midlands

Together, Craig; Morgan; Robson bring a new dimension to the art of a-capella singing. They weave beguiling harmonies around material from the British tradition and beyond with "an effortless range and variety unheard in folk music for many years" (Folk London). Timeless songs of love and longing rub shoulders with compelling contemporary songs, and passionate, dramatic ballads take their place alongside a lilting Shetland melody or a stirring hymn from the Ozark mountains. The occasional solo song only adds to the variety of their overall performance. Here is a trio in which three distinctively different voices melt into one another to create a sound which is all their own. "True tradition bearers" (Living Tradition).

For information about Craig; Morgan; Robson workshops, special shows, work with community choirs and collaborations with other artists, click on the relevant link or button on the menu!