Svend-Erik Engh has found a joy around the Danish Christmas after moving to Scotland. Suddenly all the traditions that we as Danes takes for granted, comes alive in the meeting with another culture. Tuesday 15th December 3pm UTC and Thursday 17th December 3 pmUTC Svend-Erik Engh with guests – dansk jul with all the tales,Continue reading “Two Danish Christmas DuEtS”
Jan Blake, Heather Forest, David Francis, Harley LoudOn, David Campbell and Svend-Erik Engh – 1 1/2 hours of wonderful storytelling, songs and music. A DuEt is a conversation with stories, songs, poems and music. One story is prepared, the rest is improvised. Streamed online on https://www.facebook.com/svenderik.engh See more DuEtS on https://duets.live
It was a true boys event: Charlie Menzies, Mark Borthwick, Simon Hodges, David Heathfield and Svend-Erik Engh in a conversation with stories, songs, poems, music. Only one story is prepared, the rest is improvised.
a song of joy, memory of a train, wolfes and a kiss Harley is a wonderful singer, musician and storyteller. She sings about the things you can’t buy. Svend-Erik remembers when he was given a train for Christmas, then Harley tell about wolves, then a Danish about a kiss and Harley finish the DuEt withContinue reading “Harley LoudOn”
the potter and Shiva, the tigers of Borneo, the tiger’s whiskers and the horse A DuEt is an online streamed meeting between two artists. Gauri Raje is born in India and right now she is India studying traditional storytelling. Svend-Erik Engh is so happy to meet this wonderful storyteller in a DuEt, SE in Edinburgh,Continue reading “Gauri Raje”
soup, fiddleplaying, love making, challenges in frost and more soup! David Campbell is an institution in the Scottish Storytelling. He has been telling stories and holding ceilidhs in his apartment in Edinburgh for more than fifty years. It is an honour and joy to do this DuEt together with David. And the first thing DavidContinue reading “David Campbell”
the salt in the ocean and two wish stories David Heathfield tells a wonderful tale from South Korea about how the ocean became salty, Svend-Erik shares his danish version of the same tale, then a lovely story from Palestine where David has been working with some children around stories, then one more christmas tale aboutContinue reading “David Heathfield”
a call for a walk, a dream, two ravens and two eagles! Charlie reveals his vision of a walk to Hamish, Svend-Erik tells about a dream he had when he was young and Charlie ends up telling about two ravens and two eagles.
1+2 – impro and stories – song, stories and a tune The first DuEt have five parts: Mairi improvise, I tell a story from the northern Canada as a response to the sounds in the improvisation, then I tell a story from Namibia honouring Unity Oliver, an actress from Namibia. The grandmother is dancing andContinue reading “2 x Mairi Campbell”
soulsinger, a memory and another song! Sahrinha has just released a single called ‘I wanna love you’ – play it here! I was a secondary school teacher and one of my students was Sarinha. We haven’t met much during the years that has passed, but I have followed her career as one of Denmark’s bestContinue reading “Sahrinha Louise de Silva”
two folktales, a legend and a song Svend-Erik met Claire at the Storytelling Centre and we connected instantly. She told me that she lived in Aberfeldby and that there was a lot of storytellers up in that area. I had just got my Saltire Card, which means that I can drive for free in bussesContinue reading “Claire Hewitt”
en Schulz historie, lidt erindringer og en sav Jeg mødte Kasper på Kulcaféen i København engang i halvfemserne, hvor han arrangerede fortælleaftner. Han var en vild fætter, altid fuld af uforudsigelige og vidunderligt fabulerende indfald. Senere dukkede han op under bøgetræets krone i København og spillede på sine trommer. Det er der billeder af –Continue reading “In Danish, Kasper Schulz”
folktales, one of Svend’s own stories and some songs from Scotland I met Neil Sutcliffe in the summer 2017 on the island Lismore, when we both were performing at Taproot Festival. I saw this talented young accordion player and was truly fascinated. When Alice Fernbank and me needed a musician, Neil just stepped up andContinue reading “Neil Sutcliffe”