Tiefrung Gleemen are based in the little village of Terrington, nestling in the heart of the Howardian hills in North Yorkshire. We comprise an eclectic collection of instruments including a saxophone, clarinet, flute, an accordian, violin, an acoustic guitar, mandolin, and a bass guitar. Our dances are further enhanced by our own caller.
The band have given a number of performances and played Barn Dances. They also played at the Ryedale Chairman's Charity event at the Helmsley Walled Garden, have repeat bookings at the Ryedale Folk Museum and have been invited back for the Rural Arts Christmas evening at the Old Courthouse in Thirsk. Marco Baben has arranged most of the music for the group which puts in hours of practice together weekly in the Music Room at Terrington Hall