Culture Tuesday – Katy Carr

Written by on 06/03/2023

Culture Tuesday – Katy Carr

Tuesday, March 7th, Katy Carr will be sharing her passion of music writing and singing with listeners.  The programme will be broadcast at 9am and 1:30pm and will be availabel as a podcast (The podcast will be available in this blog after the programme has aired).

Katy Carr is an award winning British recording artist with Polish roots and has released 6 albums. An Ambassador of Polish history in Great Britain, her recent albums Paszport (2012), ‘Polonia’ (2015) and Providence (2020) are inspired by the Polish WWII experience. In 2016, Katy was awarded the Pro Patria medal for her humanitarian and musical work. A musician, aviator and multi-instrumentalist (piano, ukulele, banjolele, vintage keyboardist) she has performed her music internationally with live concerts & tours, intergenerational outreach workshops throughout Great Britain, Poland, Europe (France, Belgium, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Germany) USA, Mexico, Canada as well as connecting with her audiences via live streaming during the pandemic. Katy Carr has been played on a number of high profile radio stations including the BBC, Radio Trojka, Polish Radio, Robert Elms BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 4 Today program, BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, Polski FM, Jedynka Radio 1, Max Reinhardt’s Late Lunch Show on Soho Radio, BBC World Service’s Global Beats.

‘One of the most unusual, passionate and intriguing concept albums of the year’ ★★★★ THE GUARDIAN

‘Melodic history lessons. Katy Carr is an unusual and original singer songwriter. She is fascinated by history, has a gift for strong, upbeat melodies and manages to match research with unashamed emotion.’ ★★★★ SONGLINES

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