Burns Day From The Danny Kyle Open Stage on day 6 of this years stage
The Camans – Argyll www.facebook.com/pages/The-Camans Formed in September 2011 they have been playing in and around Aryll, their music a mixture of contemporary and traditional . The trio consists of Craig McIntyre, Rhona Donnan and Scoll Mirrless
Shona Brown – Burnbank www.shonabrown.com
Shona is a flute player, composer and singer – crossing all borders of music from classical to folk and world, linking the common thread through traditions of Scotland, China, Spain and the Middle East
A young Breton trad band based in Glasgow, bringing together the music of Brittany, Scotland and Ireland to produce a distinctive and modern take on the Breton song tradition
Malcolm Bushby Newcastle Upon Tyne
Via his Tasmanian roots to his Scottish heritage this young fiddler brings them together , a former music student with several awards to his name – released his debut CD in 2012 to much acclaim
Culloden Celiidh Band Inverness
Students from Culloden Academy – the band was formed 9 years ago and consists of pupils and former pupils. The are widely sought after for concerts home, Ireland and Cape Breton
Broadcast live from Adelaides between 4.00-6.00pm Monday to Saturday.
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Any enquires please forward them to me –
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.