The Trouble Notes bring their new tour “More Violins, Less Violence” to the UK this March

Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Sunday, February 12, 2023

Sitting somewhere between world folk, modern classical, and tribal dance music, The Trouble Notes have traveled their way across the continents in search of different musical influences.

Float across oceans and time with the soulful melodies of Bennet’s violin, and Carola’s voice as your body pulses from the explosive energy via Florian’s guitar. Worldly percussion rhythms transport the audience across genres with an uplifting spirit, for which The Trouble Notes have become renowned around the world.

Their new show "More Violins, Less Violence" is packed with songs from their up coming studio album “Liberty Awaits”. Their repertoire fuses together the traditions of Europe and the Americas, whilst carrying a message of Unity in Diversity. Their legacy has not stopped growing as proven in songs such as “Grand Masquerade” and “Never Dream Alone”, which have amassed millions of views worldwide.

The group also believe that Art and Music must be a driving force for healing in this world, and want to do whatever they can to help. Therefore, for every ticket sold on the tour, and every “More Violins, Less Violence” t-shirt sold, they will be donating £1 towards a charitable cause helping children affected by violence.

Tour Dates:

Sat        5th March         Folknes         Lighthouse Champagne Bar
Thurs    9th March         Totnes          Barrel House
Fri        10th March         Fowey          Bar Silo
Sun        12th March         Penzance     The Acorn
Tues     14th-17th March     Cheltenham     The Kemble Brewery Inn
Sat        18th March         Uley         Prema Arts Centre
Sun        19th March         Bristol          Tobacco Factory
Weds    22nd March         Bungay         The Tuns
Thurs    23rd March         London         The Mall Tavern
Fri        24th March         Netley        Chapel Sessions