A music centre rooted deeply in the North, with an international profile. We are for audiences, for artists, for the North and for the long term. What's On & Book View our Classical Season 2019/20. Coming up at Sage Gateshead. Classical Season 2019/20. We have a huge array of music on offer for the 2019/20 season, with no less than eight concert series plus two very special Big Beethoven Weekends. Close & continue.
The Sage, a stunning mirrored dome-like purpose built complex of music venues with breathtaking views across the River Tyne and over towards the impressive skyline of the city of Newcastle, provided the perfect setting for Hughes to make his first appearance in the region in eight years. Prior to the tour Hughes had promised a return to his Rock roots after being re-invigorated by his work on the Black Country Communion album, and true to his word Hughes delivered exactly that.
Places Gateshead Specialty SchoolMusic school Adult Learning at Sage Gateshead. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Our fab new pop/rock choir led by Sharon Durant, In the Groove performing 'Something Inside so Strong' last night in Hall Two at The Sage Gateshead. What a thoroughly exciting an uplifing concert. Well done In the Groove!
Featuring Emily Portman, Vin Garbutt, Margaret & Andy Watchorn, Sandra Kerr, Andy May, Bella Hardy, Alistair Anderson, Jez Lowe and MC Linda Robinson, this is a recording of a live tribute concert, performed and recorded at The Sage Gateshead June 1st 2011 to fundraise for the beloved folk matriarch Norma Waterson who has been very ill and unable to work since last year. These prominent folk artists got together, and with the help and support of Henry Chesterton from Venues For All and Chris Pentney, Head of Folkworks programme, presented a fantastic night of music, including many of Norma’s best loved songs and arrangements.
Sage Gateshead is a regional music centre of international standing, which fills a ‘gap on the map’ for music venues in the North-East and has helped to consolidate Tyneside’s position as an arts destination. The building forms the heart of an ambitious project to regenerate Gateshead’s river frontage and lies alongside the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Tyne Bridge with its great arch, which is echoed in the form of the Sage’s roof. Home to Northern Sinfonia and a base for Folkworks, which promotes folk, jazz and blues performances, The Sage Gateshead provides three auditoria and.
Gateshead is first mentioned in Latin translation in Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People as ad caput caprae ("at the goat's head"). This interpretation is consistent with the later English attestations of the name, among them Gatesheued (c. 1190), literally "goat's head" but in the context of a place-name meaning 'headland or hill frequented by (wild) goats'. Gateshead Quays across the River Tyne at night – Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the Sage Gateshead. William Hawks originally a blacksmith, started business in Gateshead in 1747, working with the iron brought to the Tyne as ballast by the Tyne colliers. Hawks and Co. eventually became one of the biggest iron businesses in the North, producing anchors, chains and so on to meet a growing demand.
Smoove & Turrell celebrate 10 years as one of the UK’s most popular live funk & soul acts with a special album Solid Brass – 10 Years of Northern Funk. To say Smoove & Turrell are one of the greatest modern soul bands to emerge from the UK would be an epic understatement – Craig Charles, BBC 6 Music. Solid Brass will contain 18 of the biggest tracks from their five albums with all the live show favourites present and correct plus two brand new tracks.
|1-2||–Emily Portman Trio||Mossycoat|
|1-3||–Vin Garbutt||If I Had A Son|
|1-4||–Margaret And Andy Watchorn*||Traditional Hornpipe/Castle Hornpipe|
|1-5||–Sandra Kerr||The Five Lives Of A Bucket|
|1-6||–Andy May||Northumbrian Pipes|
|1-7||–Alistair Anderson||Glad Tidings Little Jenny|
|1-8||–Jez Lowe||Jack Common's Anthem|
|2-1||–Sandra Kerr & Emily Portman Trio||There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth|
|2-2||–Margaret And Andy Watchorn*||The Sherbourne Waltz/Peacock's March|
|2-3||–Vin Garbutt||England My England|
|2-4||–Bella Hardy||Black Muddy Water|
|2-5||–Alistair Anderson||When The Winds Begin To Sing|
|2-6||–Sandra Kerr||Up The Wooden Hill|
|2-7||–Jez Lowe||London Danny|
|2-8||–Emily Portman Trio||Same Old Salty|
|2-9||–Various||Three Score & Ten|