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  • "Sensitive, warm, peaceful and very beautifully played .. balsam for the soul." - Spelmannen (translated from Swedish)
  • "Their playing is accomplished and completely absorbing." - FiddleOn
  • "A bold mixture of Swedish and British folk music entirely comfortable with both traditions and each other." - Bright Young Folk
  • “A sensitive, mellifluous pairing of fiddle and saxes in elegantly reflective exploration.” - Andrew Cronshaw, fRoots
  • We say Wow!” - Ytterjärna Arts Centre
  • "It doesn’t matter what they play, its passion, intimate and of high quality." - Folkworld

Emma

Emma grew up in the northeast of England and started playing the fiddle at the age of three with her Swedish mother. She has graduated from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and Newcastle University. In 2006 Emma became National Fiddler in Sweden, where she is now based. Emma tours, records and teaches extensively throughout Scandinavia and Britain with amongst others Rob Harbron, Methera, Ian Carr, John McCusker, Ellika Frisell, Roger Tallroth and Daniel Reid. She often collaborates with storytellers and dancers, and has worked as theatre musician at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm.

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