The Tune into Autism Scottish Music Concert is taking place at St Andrews-in-the-Square, Glasgow tonight, Friday 14 October at 7.30pm.
This fundraising concert to support Scottish Autism is organised by the well-established traditional singer, Kirsten Easdale and the line-up features top talents: Bellevue Rendezvous, Gordeanna McCulloch and Kirsten’s band, Bring in the Spirit.
The three acts comprise some of Scotland’s most respected traditional musicians and singers who have performed at festivals and events all over the world. Bring in the Spirit with Kirsten Easdale, Rod Paterson, Gregor Lowrey and Mark Duff will perform the poetry, songs and music of Robert Burns. Bellevue Rendezvous with Gavin Marwick, Ruth Morris and Cameron Robertson with their distinct and imaginitive sound will perform a collection of strange and interesting tunes and jigs plundered from the traditions of old Europe.
Scotland’s ‘National Treasure’ singer Gordeanna McCulloch will fill the magnificent venue with her hauntingly beautiful voice as she performs a selection of Scottish traditional songs and ballads.
The Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be BBC Scotland’s financial expert and Celtic Music Radio presenter Fergus Muirhead who will also be playing the Highland pipes.
Tickets are just £12 with concessions at £8 and are available from Ticket Soup on 0844 481 8898 or at St. Andrew’s on the Square (cash only) 0141 559 5902 or from Scottish Autism’s head office in Alloa on 01259 720044.