Cranleigh Arts Centre relaunches its popular Acoustic evenings, which will be hosted in the larger auditorium and see a longer line up of local talent.
Live at Cranleigh boasts a varied line up of young, professional musicians from across the South. April’s headliner is EMMAY, from Liphook, Hampshire. They are a sibling trio consisting of Aimée Mackenzie on Electro-acoustic guitars and lead vocals, Freya Mackenzie on Violin, Ukulele and backing vocals and Ross Mackenzie on Cajon.
“Song writing and musicianship, of the highest calibre and harmonising together as only siblings can. Just about the best young English acoustic band I’ve heard” Steve Knightley (Show of Hands)
“Hailing from Liphook is the vocal prowess, lyrical genius and sheer musicality of EMMAY” Haslemere Fringe Festival
Other acts performing include Caroline Scott, a singer-songwriter from Guildford, her style is melodic acoustic pop music with touches of rock and folk which tell a story. Scott’s influences are Sara Bareilles, Shakira, Civil Wars.