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Festival 2019 - Fèis 2019

An Lanntair Programme

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Wednesday: 17th July 2019, 7.30pm

Clann ‘ic Choinnich (Mackenzie Clan)

Musical Memories #201

Mackenzie (sisters Eilidh, Gillie & Fiona) have at their musical heart the legacy of their father, Rod Mackenzie.  Rod was a Gaelic song enthusiast, singer, teacher and inspirational founder of three Gaelic choirs from Back who frequently enjoyed success at the Royal National Mod.

In a special tribute to mark this legacy, the vocalists join forces with some of his thirteen grandchildren and his much loved choir, Còisir Sgìr a Bhac to present a collection of Gaelic songs, which held a place dear to Rod’s heart.

Dance to follow.

Tickets : £16 (includes dance)

Ceilidh Dance

Tickets are still available for the Ceilidh Dance on Wednesday night in An Lanntair.

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Thursday: 18th July, 7.30pm

Hebridean Women

This unique show features Cathy Ann Macphee from Barra, Kathleen Macinnes from South Uist, Ceitlin Lilidh and Josie Duncan from Lewis with accompaniment from Andy Yearly on keys.

Dance to follow to Graham Maclennan Ceilidh Band.

Tickets : £16 (includes dance)

Dance tickets available separately

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Friday: 19st July, 7.30pm

Duncan Chisholm

Duncan Chisholm is one of Scotland’s most recognised and accomplished fiddle players and composers. Winner of the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards Composer of the Year and Album of the Year 2018, Duncan’s latest album Sandwood has been widely appreciated.

Tickets : £15

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Saturday: 20th July, 7.30pm

Between Islands

Between Islands is back with Willie Campbell from Lewis, Arthur Nicolson from Shetland and Kris Drever from Orkney, the pioneers of this musical collaboration between Orkney, Shetland and the Outer Hebrides.

Tickets : £15

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