Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell
"clarinet and flute in sparse, unhurried collusion akin to a meditative Feldman work" The Independent June 2011 Susie Hodder-Williams and Chris Caldwell both live on Dartmoor. Their music is fresh and experimental, residing at the edge of folk, classical and improvisation, inspired by the landscape and natural history of Dartmoor.
Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell with Trevor Taylor
Chris and Susie are joined by record producer, publisher and percussionist, Trevor Taylor
Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell with Graham Roberts
Music from the subtle side of things. This trio met in the Tuscan village of Batignano while playing for its annual Opera Festival. The combination of flute, guitar and bass clarinet/soprano saxophone perform its own unique adaptions of music that encompass a wide variety of influences from Medieval Gregorian Chants, to the music of Bach and Purcell, and the flavours of South America and beyond.
Her love of music ranges from the more traditional classical repertoire to contemporary music and techniques; the use of breath, so unique to the flute, Japanese contemporary music, and, enthused by the landscape of Dartmoor, how music connects with the land and how the flute has been used in folklore. After University and music college, she studied energy medicine at the Lakeland College and is now inspired by how music is used and can be developed in the world of healing.
Susie Hodder-Williams & Chris Caldwell with James Boyd
The international renowned guitarist James Boyd joins the duo of Music on the Edge. Works by Dowland, Purcell, Stephen Goss, Debussy, Bach and some storytelling with music.