The Ciderhouse Rebellion

Profound and eloquent, epic and haunting, wild, dramatic and occasionally unhinged.

Adam Summerhayes’s ‘intoxicating – virtuoso fiddle playing’ (The Times) entwines with Murray Grainger’s subtly woven tapestries of sound and rises above his rampant and intoxicated accordion bellowings in an unpredictable and powerful new look at old tunes.

Traditional rebellion at its best.