Two of Cornwall’s most popular musicians are enchanting audiences with their live set at the Eden Project’s laser show this Christmas.

Singer and songwriter Jamie Crowe has returned to head up a new line-up of the Sound of Light Ensemble once again featuring acclaimed singer Kezia on lead vocals.

The band’s unique blend of Cornish folk and ambient electronica is the perfect accompaniment to the Festival of Light and Sound extravaganza taking place at Eden on selected dates throughout this month.

Last year Jamie and his crew wowed listeners in the Mediterranean Biome with his original songs such as Holy Day, Open Hearted and Seven Bells. Now the Ensemble is performing among the laser beams in surround sound and alongside a recording of London-based professional chamber choir Blossom Street.

The Festival of Light and Sound features a laser show by artist Chris Levine and soundscapes by musicians Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack and Mercury Prize-nominated singer song-writer Nick Mulvey.

Live performances by the Sound of Light Ensemble are interspersed with the 3D immersive soundscapes.

The Sound of Light Ensemble is made up of Kezia on vocals, keyboard and guitar; Jamie Crowe on guitars and vocals, Kristian Sharpe on electronic drums, Colin Seddon on double bass and vocals, Annie Baylis on violin and vocals and Kath Williams on cello and vocals.

Performances can be enjoyed at any time between 5pm and 8pm on December 8-10, 15-23, and 27-30. For more details go to