Award-winning folksters in city
29th September 2010
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The award-winning Urban Folk Quartet are appearing at Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, on October 27 at 8pm.

The group was launched in June 2009 and played in the UK, Italy, Belgium and Spain in their first three months together; headlining major festivals from the word go, not to mention winning the Spanish International Folk Competition in Plasencia on their fourth gig.

Born from the unique melting pot of the Birmingham folk music scene, The UFQ (Joe Broughton, Paloma Trigas, Frank Moon and Tom Chapman) is virtuosic not just in feel and technical ability but in musical concept as well - it is a coming together of four of the most inspired and experienced young people working in world music today. Members of the band have played with The Chieftains, The Albion Band, Feast of Fiddles, Carlos Nunez, The Destroyers, The Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, Chris While and Bellowhead amongst many others.

For more information please call the Worcester Live box office on 01905 611427 or visit



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