Georgia Lewis Trio
Georgia Lewis is folk singer and accordionist from Wiltshire. She studied Professional Musicianship at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, where she explored a broad range of musical styles, eventually meeting and touring with prog-rock band Maschine, appearing on their first album 'Rubidium' on InsideOut Music. During this time, inspired by singer Sheila Chandra, Georgia also travelled to India
to study singing at the Arambol Music Academy.
In 2015 Georgia Lewis and her trio - Felix Miller (guitar), Rowan Piggott (fiddle) - released her self-titled EP; since then they have performed at many folk clubs and festivals in the south of England and received airplay on various national radio stations including the esteemed ‘Mike Harding’s Folk Show’. In 2015 Georgia won ‘The Future of Young Folk Award’ at Bromyard Folk Festival and won the band competition at Ely Folk Festival in 2016.
Although an artist in her own right she also performs with the Causeway Céilí Band and is an experienced session player. She sings and plays whistles, accordion, piano, guitar and has explored various traditional dancing styles.
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