Enjoy some beautiful new music and a delicious pre-concert dinner in the lovely surroundings of The Pier in Lairg.
Charlie Grey and Joseph Peach have a background at the heart of some of Scotland’s native musical traditions, but their music is as much based on self-penned material as it is informed by this upbringing.
A captivating fiddle style supported by sensitive pianism isn’t big, loud, in-your-face music, but something to be relaxed in to. It’s a journey, rising and falling with total spontaneity.
They play with a collective voice, the product of hundreds of gigs, thousands of miles travelled and innumerable hours of music played together. From a largely mellow base, the music rises and falls, slowly building to moments of intensity, breaking away in to powerful improvisation.
Their newly-released album, ‘Waves Rise From Quiet Water’ captures the essential fiddle/piano combination.
They'll be joined by vocalist Mabel Duncan, who, under the guidance of two of Scots song’s most important tradition bearers, has developed a rich, clear, powerful and unique voice
“Beautiful New Music”- BBC Radio Scotland Travelling Folk
Listen here: https://vimeo.com/171310426
Dinner is £15. Concert tickets are £10 / £6 conc