Charlotte Carrivick is an experienced teacher and professional musician, touring internationally with The Carrivick Sisters. She started out teaching herself classical guitar as a child, becoming interested in bluegrass in her early teens. She is among the top bluegrass mandolinist players in the country as well as having a keen interest in classical mandolin playing. Charlotte has been teaching mandolin for a number of years both privately, as a workshop leader - most notably at Sore Fingers Summer Schools - and as part of the BBMA 'tuition tent' initiative.
As part of The Carrivick Sisters, she reached the finals of the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2010, and before that they won the 2007 South West Buskers Competition. Their music gets frequent airplay, including plays on BBC Radio 2 and they have also been interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
Have a look at Charlotte's website guitarmandolinbanjo.co.uk with free tabs, tunes and transcriptions to download
“…she plays a pretty damn mean banjo and mandolin…” – Maverick Magazine
“…an immeasurably talented multi-instrumentalist….” – Americana UK
“…formidable multi-instrumental skills…” – Q Magazine