Bella Hardy

  • Friday | 22.11.24
  • 6.30pm
  • Band on the Wall, Manchester
  • £16 EB / £18 Ad...

“ Many young musicians can sing and play beautifully, few are as adventurous and intriguing as Hardy” – Songlines Magazine

Multiple Folk Award winning artist Bella Hardy started as a self-taught “fiddle singer”,  performing at Cambridge and Sidmouth festivals from the age of 13. Her debut album Night Visiting established her reputation as a songwriter when her first original composition Three Black Feathers earned a BBC Folk Award nomination.

Bella has since become a regular on radio and television, notably singing solo in a sold-out Albert Hall at the Proms. She’s written and recorded with everyone from Beautiful South founder David Rotheray to folk luminary Eliza Carthy, and performed with the great Mary Chapin Carpenter on her UK tours. Her seven-week residency in the Chinese city of Kunming was arranged by the British Council and the PRS For Music Foundation and resulted in the 2017 recording and release of Eternal Spring – an album of songs and poetry made in collaboration with Chinese singers and musicians.

Artists on stage: 7.00pm
Curfew: 9.00pm
Stage: The Bar
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