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Neil Gow: C3 Sat Afternoon Fin and Sarah

Saturday Afternoon Concert

Part of The Niel Gow Festival 2024

Sat 23 Mar
14:00 - 16:00
Doors open 13:30

Adam Sutherland (fiddle) has devoted his entire life to composing, performing and teaching Scottish fiddle music. ‘The Road to Errogie’ and ‘Trip to the Market’ are two tunes that have become session standards in many countries around the world, whilst more of Adam’s pathogenically catchy melodies are also gaining in popularity. On stage, Adam has become very well known from touring with well loved bands such as Session A9, Treacherous Orchestra, Peatbog Faeries, Croft no Five and Nae Plans.


Jenn Butterworth (guitar) is an excellent collaborator, she works with a range of high profile folk music projects, including Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton’s SYMBIOSIS, award winning folk powerhouses Kinnaris Quintet, Treacherous Orchestra and Fiddlers’ Bid.
Fin Moore and Sarah Hoy started playing together over 20 years ago when they regularly led sessions in Birnam. They have since performed as a duo all over the world. Fin Moore plays the Highland pipes, Border pipes and Scottish Small Pipes. For five years, he played in the Vale of Atholl Juvenile Band and is now a very successful pipemaker, performer and teacher. Sarah Hoy was born into a musical family in Edinburgh with her dad, Derek Hoy being fiddler with classic Scots band, Jock Tamson’s Bairns. The combination of the pipes and fiddle perfectly compliments each other as they play traditional music that will make you want to get up for a few steps!

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland junior musicians are some of the best young traditional
players in the land.

Part of The Niel Gow Festival 2024

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Time: 2pm - 4pm (with Interval)

Doors Open: 1.30pm

Location: Main Auditorium 

 

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Birnam Arts
Station Road
Birnam Dunkeld
PH8 0DS
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Tel: 01350 727 674

Entrance

Welcome to Birnam Arts, a boutique multi-purpose arts, conferencing and entertainment venue.

Highlights

Pop in to the Foyer Cafe for breakfast, grab a delicious coffee with a selection of our homemade baking or enjoy a light lunch whilst browsing on the free WiFi. Wander upstairs to view the latest of our monthly art exhibitions before visiting the world of Beatrix Potter, or the Gift Shop to purchase a special gift for your loved ones or yourself!

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Such lovely memories of coming to Birnam as a wee one, visiting the garden and the exhibition then exploring the woods that inspired Beatrix Potter.

Graham Webster   |   Crowdfunder #savebirnamarts 2020

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