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Hi! I’m Rosie, and I sing, teach, create and play musical instruments all the live-long day. Board-gamer, cider-maker, song-singer, board-game nerd, appreciator of all the foods. I graduated from Newcastle University’s Folk and Traditional degree with a first in performance and have been performing all over the UK and beyond for the past 6 years in a number of different guises!
I play and sing with The Teacups, Speldosa, and my awesome husband Will in our duo Will Finn and Rosie Calvert – check the “GIGS” tab above to see when we’re next playing near you. In addition to perfoming, I teach singing from my home in Newcastle, write songs and tunes, and record fortnightly music videos with Will.

Currently listening to: Coope Boyes and Simpson, The Bills, Regina Spektor, Rhona Dalling, First Aid Kit
Currently reading: Robinson Crusoe (Daniel Defoe), Relish (Lucy Knisley)

Currently Loving: Sweet potato bean burgers, claw-hammer banjo style, Steven Universe, Gala Darling’s Radical Self Love, playing Lords of Waterdeep


My media bio is below:
Rosie Calvert is a singer and multi-instrumentalist from the heart of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. After graduating from the prestigious Folk and Traditional Music Bmus at Newcastle University with a first in performance, she has been taking the festival circuit by storm as part of the criticially-acclaimed acapella quartet, The Teacups, along with her alternative string trio, Speldosa, and her folk-fusion duo with her husband and musical partner, Will Finn. Rosie has taught workshops at Warwick Folk Festival, Stogumber Festival, Norwich Folk Club, Wardle Folk Weekend, and many others, and is available for one on one singing tuition at her home in Newcastle.




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