DuEt marathon 3

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

Heather Forest

Words have the power to hurt and to heal – everything is going to be fine – smell I met Heather Forest many years ago in Sweden, were we both performed at Ljungby Storytelling Festival. Heather invited me to be part of a cosy after performance glass of wine, some stories and a song. IContinue reading “Heather Forest”

Virginia Bjertnes

devil town, two horns/two wishes, cow/horse/sheep, a kiss from a dead man Virginia and I holds the same story – we both moved to Scotland four years ago and we love our new country. Virginia is called by a new job to go to back to Schweitzerland. I am planning to stay here. Virginia startsContinue reading “Virginia Bjertnes”

Tim Porteus

a cow, Highlands, Audhumbla, stars, a giant! Tim Porteus is a wonderful storyteller from Edinburgh. He tells a story about a cow from the highland of Scotland. He misses the beauty of the highlands now in a lockdown. Svend-Erik shares a story of Audhumbla, the cow that gave milk to Ymer, the first giant. Svend-ErikContinue reading “Tim Porteus”

David Francis

soldiers, Napolean war and 1864 Dybbøl, Søren seaman, sailboat David Francis is a wonderful songwriter, musician and a true lover of Scottish traditional music and a good friend. In this DuEt David sings two songs and I tell two stories. David’s first song is about the Napolean war and that inspires me to tell aContinue reading “David Francis”

Neil Sutcliffe

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”