Soup 'n' Song Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts return to Dundee’s Marryat Hall with…
Mary McInroy - Sunday 29 September
Originally from Dundee, Mary Mac is an experienced singer songwriter who is comfortable with jazz as well as folk singing. She has recorded several albums of original songs, River Song, The Gift and Life ain't Like Hollywood. She will be performing some Scottish and Gaelic folk songs as well as originals compositions.
Kaitlin Ross - Sunday 20 October
Specialising in Gaelic song and guitar, Kaitlin Ross has strongly centred her time around music by performing at a number of venues and festivals, both Nationally and Internationally, with a number of projects and with her previous band Hecla where they had a packed summer performing at a number of Festivals in Cambridge, Lorient, Austrailia, Denmark and Romania. By being involved in the Feis movement, particularly Feis Rois, and attending the National Centre Of Excellence in Traditional music, Kaitlin has surrounded herself around music from a very young age.
Catherine Tinney and Hamish MacLeod - Sunday 8 December
Catherine is a Gaelic Singer from the Isle of Skye where she was immersed in Gaelic culture and traditional music from an early age and a Young Traditional Musician Competition Finalist in 2019, she is joined by traditional musician form the Hebrides Hamish Macleod.
Concerts at 2pm, soup served at 1.30pm.
Ticket price £5 includes soup and a roll
Online transaction fee £2.50, postage charges may apply.
With the support of Bòrd na Gàidhlig, Gaelic Lunchtime Concerts are an introduction to Gaelic Music & Song.