Rebecca Clamp sings at Arkadia Friday 17.4 at 18:00

Dear friend of Arkadia,

The bookshop is exceedingly pleased to welcome Rebecca Clamp to its stage again! The recital will take place Friday April 17th from 18:00 to 20:00. Rebecca will sing a selection of her new songs as well as some of her older ones. Come and joins us and be joyous!

Warm regards,


        Entrance is free and green tea will be served (if you can afford it a 2€ donation for the tea is suggested and would be welcome!)

        Please be on time. Doors will close at 6pm precisely. The performance will last approximately 2 hours.

Rebecca Clamp is a singer songwriter pianist originally from Cambridge (UK) but now living in Finland. 


With free-flowing literacy, she paints somewhat beautiful song-pictures of an elegant romantic world of delicate intense emotion. It’s a consoling, compelling world of quiet style: an impressionist painting, a Bloomsbury short story or a French arthouse film. Yet Rebecca packs real power, through a voice someway between Patti Smith and Melanie, and through the stark solitude of an artist alone with just a rippling piano for accompaniment.

Rychard Carrington, Rock’n’Reel magazine  It is delightful to find that sometimes the greatest talents aren’t standing in front of tens of thousands of people, admired by all, photographed, convinced of being worshipped. For sometimes, the real talents are sitting behind their instruments in small, candle-lit bars, smiling shyly to the few dozens of people who are really important to them.

Nunnu Koskenniemi, Desibeli (translated from Finnish by Anna Rawlings)