East Anglian Traditional Music Trust
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The East Anglian Traditional Music Trust is a registered charity based in Suffolk, which aims to promote awareness of and participation in the folk music traditions of East Anglia. East Anglia has a rich seam of such music, and has provided inspiration for composers such as Ralph Vaughan Williams, and been the subject of many recordings, books and articles.
On this website you will find news about our current projects, and how to get involved, including workshops and evening classes, community projects, research and publications. You will also find further information about our past projects, links to other sites of related interest and an online shop featuring the widest range of recordings and books about East Anglian traditional music and song anywhere in the world!
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (new address as from 16th May) or ring 01449 771090.
Our office is on the same site as the Museum of East Anglian Life in the centre of Suffolk.
Write to us at: EATMT, The Old Stables, Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 1DL.
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We’d like to encourage everyone who appreciates the work we do - whether it be this website, the events, the research and publications, the schools and community projects, the exhibitions, the workshops and classes ... to join the Friends of EATMT and support our work into the future.
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What are the musical traditions of East Anglia?
Traditional Music Day Melodeons & More Workshops, classes & schools Community Projects
Traditional musicians Jig Dolls Dulcimers Stepdancing Vaughan Williams in the East
Resources Shop Links Press Room Contact Us