Fiddle and guitar duo Judith Henderson and Nick Hooper perform self-penned tunes, tunes by contemporary folk musicians including Pete Cooper, John Dipper, Bruce MacGregor and Rob Harbron, and traditional tunes from England, France and Eastern Europe. They have been playing together since 2001, and their first full-length CD Pete’s Trees was recorded at Real World Studios and mastered at Abbey Road Studios. It was released in May 2018, before being re-released in December 2018 with the addition of Farewell Aragog, a tune originally written by Nick for the soundtrack to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Henderson:Hooper have a shared afternoon concert on Saturday 17th April at 12pm, as part of Folk Weekend Oxford. They will be sharing the concert with singer and multi-instrumentalist Katie Harris. Henderson:Hooper will be performing for about 45 minutes. The concert is on Zoom, and further information/tickets can be found at:

https://www.folkweekendoxford.co.uk/component/eventbooking/all-concerts/fwo-local-showcase.html?fbclid=IwAR1Xm8emWSrO9CKyocdU8FUHmWAcbTrCs4O3OorQvTve2yV6qPXztGjK_O0