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Every Woman Cafe at Birnam Arts
Fri 2 Aug
Every Woman Cafe | Studios
18:00 - 19:30
Doors Open 18:00

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Neil Gow: C5 Sun Afternoon Amy Geddes

Sunday Afternoon Concert

Part of The Niel Gow Festival 2024

24 March 2024

Hannah Fisher & Sorren McLean - Hannah grew up a stone’s throw from Niel Gow, just a few centuries later. Hannah’s musical career has taken her and her fiddle far and wide including tours with bands Idlewild and King Creosote as well as playing with Karen Matheson and Dougie Maclean. Hannah also enjoys a successful solo career.

Amy Geddes & Ian McLeod
Amy Geddes is a musician and educator with many strings to her bow, quite literally! Growing up in Galloway Amy immersed herself in traditional music, song and dance and is passionate about passing on her knowledge of all things traditional and fiddle. Currently she is playing with Jo Miller and friends in A’ the Way to Galloway and her own band The Amy Geddes Trio. Over the years she has performed with the Scottish Stepdance Company, Dean Owens, Tannas, Sophie Bancroft, Savourna Stevenson. While her heart lies in traditional music Amy has contributed to a broad church of musical projects; contributing to a Brian Wilson tribute album and appearing on albums by the Pearlfishers, Robin Laing, Scott Murray and Joe Lynch. Also in demand as a composer, Amy’s tunes are recorded regularly by leading Celtic players. Highlights include ‘Andy’s Saltire’ which opened the celebrated album ‘Bold’ by Catriona Macdonald and is the first tune in the 2023 Collection Folk Tunes From the Women. No less than four of her tunes were in the 2015 trad top 20. As a music educator she has forged a reputation as an exceptional and intuitive teacher with all ages and all abilities. In addition to tutoring students at her home Amy is the founder of the Fyne Fiddles music school which runs several times a year at Ardkinglas House on the banks of Loch Fyne. 2017 saw the launch of her first book Fyne Fiddles Volume 1 “practical ways to great fiddling – and it’s fun!”.


Tayside Young Fiddlers

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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Box Office
Open periodically throughout the week | Book online 24/7


Cafe
Daily | 10 - 4



Birnam Arts
Station Road
Birnam Dunkeld
PH8 0DS
admin@birnamarts.com
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!

Star Star Star Star Star

Beautiful space, lovely people, Beatrix Potter Gardens and a wonderful exhibition "Earthly Walks" by Grigorios Karastamatis until the 18th of July (2021)!

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  • Shop

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