Concert: The Bristol Suspensions

Fri 04 May 7.30pm - 11.00pm, The Queen's Hall, Narberth
£16 - £20

The Bristol Suspensions – (Contemporary A Cappella)

The Bristol Suspensions are a mixed a cappella group from the University of Bristol, and are Voice Festival 2016 Champions (in only its second year of existence).

Formed in October 2014, the group has cemented its status as an established group in the UK A Cappella scene. Now in their fourth year, they have already recorded two albums, released three music videos and many live videos, been on the radio four times, placed at the ICCA Semifinals, had an official sell out Fringe run, toured North-Eastern USA, received awards for Outstanding Arrangement, Choreography and Vocal Percussion, appeared on BBC One’s Pitch Battle and won The Voice Festival UK.

Watch them here!

Midé (Beatbox Act)

Midé Naike is a beatboxer / vocal percussionist from Cambridge. He is ranked Top 16 in the UK following his performance at the UK Championships in November 2017. Midé works as a full-time performer in Birmingham-based a cappella group The Sons of Pitches, who won BBC’s The Naked Choir in 2015, and are the current House Band on Sky1’s “Sing: Ultimate A Cappella”. He has performed workshops to thousands of people in Hong Kong, Switzerland, Austria, Spain and Slovakia.

Heather Jones (Eclectic, bilingual)

Jones is one third of the ‘holy trinity’ of Welsh musicians (alongside Meic Stevens and Geraint Jarman). Hardly surprising, then, that Goreuon Heather is a memorable collection of the nation’s cultural ambassador’s folk and rock material.
Born and bred in Cardiff, Heather learnt Welsh as a second language, and has been at the forefront of Welsh folk singing in both languages since the 70s. She is not confined to one style, and can turn her vocal ability to the field of rock, ballad and blues with natural ease.
As a singer and composer, Heather has the ability to convey her personal experiences with intense candour. Her great strength is that she takes the art of singing seriously and always strives for the best. Heather is still captivating audiences throughout Wales with a style which emanates from a warm, witty and positive personality.


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