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Jennifer Reid

Jennifer Reid

Jennifer Reid


Jennifer Reid is(22 Oct 2016) a 25 year old performer of 19thC Industrial Revolution broadside ballads and Lancashire dialect work song. After volunteering at Chetham's Library and the Working Class Movement Library, Jennifer completed an Advanced Diploma in Local History at Oxford University. You can see Jennifer's work on BBC2 with the Hairy Bikers: bbc.in/1SvSpqQ on Radio 4 with Eliza Carthy: bbc.in/1GeX8Cm on BBC1 with Mark Radcliffe: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07v6z35 Read more on Last.fm
Jennifer Reid is(22 Oct 2016) a 25 year old performer of 19thC Industrial Revolution broadside ballads and Lancashire dialect work song. After volunteering at Chetham's Library and the Working Class Movement Library, Jennifer completed an Advanced Diploma in Local History at Oxford University. You can see Jennifer's work on BBC2 with the Hairy Bikers: bbc.in/1SvSpqQ on Radio 4 with Eliza Carthy: bbc.in/1GeX8Cm on BBC1 with Mark Radcliffe: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07v6z35 on Radio 6 making a point: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p031cmzf Jennifer has taught classes and workshops to adults and young people in England and America which often result in the writing of a contemporary ballad. At the Venice Biennale in May 2015, Jennifer trained Italian singers in Lancashire dialect songs and broadside ballads, as well as performing herself in the main arena in Giardini for the opening days of the Biennale. The ballads and songs performed were in conjunction with Jeremy Deller's exhibitions All that is solid melts into air and Factory Songs. Jennifer has tramped the Leeds and Liverpool canal towpath over 12 days; taught Shape Note and mill songs to locals of Brierfield and Nelson; introduced school children the county over to the cultural traditions of Lancashire in the 19thC and sang at Glastonbury festival with reggae band Edward II.

She is currently working with the National Forest, EST. 1761, Lancashire County Council and the National Trust, as well as singing broadsides from Manchester Central Library and Chetham's broadside collections. Jennifer has since performed in Venice and New York for the Creative Time Summit, in Croatia for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Brussels, Switzerland and regularly in the North West and London. Read more on Last.fm.

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