Listed are today”s five groups taking part and come from Aberdeen to Leeds and all stops in between
The Cairngorm Ceilidh Trail www.feisspe.org.uk The Cairngorm Ceilidh Trail is managed by Feis Spe as part of Feisean nan Gaidheal’s Slighean Ura (New Routs) Project . The offer up to 8 young jusicians 16-22 the opportunity to train and perform together for 3 weeks in the summer – and to out and perform their music. Musicians drawh from in and around the Cairngorm National Park
Blue Ejder – Otley www.sunnivabrynnel.com
Sunniva Brynnel and Aubin Vanns are a Swedish / English duo – graduates of Leeds College of Music , bring material influenced by contemporary jazz, Scandinavian and Celtic folk music.
Mulk – Aberdeen www.facebook.com/mulkx
Harry Gorski- Brown, Hayden Hook and Finlay Jamieson make up this trio, bringing a fusions of gypsy , jazz, folk, improvisation, classical, funk and world ! With their own compositions make up this new and vibrant trio
Are a six piece school based group playing traditional music and song, ceilidh and their own material. Giging in 2012 and hoping to continue to do so in 2013
Ross McKenzie / Rebecca Borzyszkonski / Lucy Liverston/ Aileen McSporran/ Eilidh Outram / Niamh Dobie
15 piece youg fiddlers range from 10- 16 years old. They have supported many bands including The Chair and Breabach and have performed at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention in Ireland
Broadcast live from Adelaides between 4.00-6.00pm Monday to Saturday.
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Liz Clark – Co-ordinator and Presenter of The Danny Kyle Open Stage on behalf of Celtic Connections firstname.lastname@example.org
Doors open at 3.30pm with entry to Hall after sound checks.