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Soup 'n' Song – Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts

Soup 'n' Song – Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts

The new season of Soup n Song returns to the Marryat Hall on Sunday 30 September with the Niamh MacKaveney Trio.

The Niamh MacKaveney Trio was formed in Glasgow’s vibrant and eclectic music scene. Featuring Niamh MacKaveney from Scotland (vocals & fiddle), David Lombardi from Italy (fiddle) and Jean Damei from France (guitar), the trio have taken influences from each country and merged it with a backbone in Traditional music to produce a unique sound.

Niamh MacKaveney is currently studying violin under the tuition of Greg Lawson and Gabi Maas, and Gaelic song under the guidance of Mairi MacInnes. Niamh has developed a flare for many different traditional music styles and ways to incorporate them into the medium of Gaelic song. Niamh has already achieved numerous Gold medals in the National and local Mod competitions and is a regular tutor with Feisean nan Gàidheal.

With the support of Bòrd na Gàidhlig Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts – Soup ‘n’ Song, will give audiences an opportunity to hear and get a flavour of Gaelic Music & Song @ Marryat Hall.

Programme:

Sunday 30 September 2018, 2pm– 3pm  The Niamh MacKaveney Trio
Sunday 14 October 2018,  2pm-3pm-  Siannie Moodie – ( Clarsach )
Saturday 9 December 2pm-3pm
Ainsley Hamill and Alistair Paterson (voice/piano)

Concert at 2pm, soup served at 1.30pm.

Ticket price £5 includes soup and a roll –  www.dundeebox.co.uk
Online transaction fee £2, postage charges may apply.