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Caroline Lavelle

Caroline Lavelle

Caroline Lavelle


Caroline Lavelle is a classically trained singer-songwriter and cello player. Hailing from the UK, she has made three recordings: Spirit (1995), Brilliant Midnight (2001) and A Distant Bell (2004). Her sound ranges from traditional folk ballads of the british isles to acoustic and electronica, from the musings of long lost love and insomnia to the poetry of Brian Patten and armenian war poet Siamant'o. Organic and electronic music usually blend in her albums in a distinctive, eclectic sound. Read more on Last.fm
Caroline Lavelle is a classically trained singer-songwriter and cello player. Hailing from the UK, she has made three recordings: Spirit (1995), Brilliant Midnight (2001) and A Distant Bell (2004). Her sound ranges from traditional folk ballads of the british isles to acoustic and electronica, from the musings of long lost love and insomnia to the poetry of Brian Patten and armenian war poet Siamant'o. Organic and electronic music usually blend in her albums in a distinctive, eclectic sound. Caroline recently founded her personal label Ringing Tree, under which her latest album and a new arrangement of her second album (including three bonus tracks) called Brilliant Midnight 2.0 were produced. Next to being a solo-artist Caroline played the cello on tours and/or albums by Loreena McKennitt, Radiohead, The Chieftains, to name a few. She also performed as a vocalist on the albums of Hector Zazou (The Freeze, Lies Will Flow), BT (The Great Escape), Art of Trance (Breathe), and others. She currently lives and works in the south of England and works on a forthcoming album. Read more on Last.fm.

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