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We're delighted to be beginning our new season by hosting:

Tom Bancroft's In Common



Fundamentally Scottish traditional & Indian classical music share many features: drone; rhythm & groove; collective & individual improvisation; melodies & scales/raags; vocal rhythm patterns.

Tom Bancroft has added jazz and electronica to this mix, combining his borhan and drum playing with the outstanding musicianship of Sharat Chandra Srivastava (violin) & Gyan Singh (tabla) both last seen in Resolis as part of IndiaAlba, and Graeme Stephen (guitar & loops), Sophie Bancroft (voice), Gina Rae (voice).

Click here to see more about the band and listen to their music.

TICKETS: £15 Adult, £8 Child (£35 Family: 2A & 2C)

To reserve seats e-mail: gilbertdianaj@gmail.com or phone 01381 610 204

Supported by funding from Universal Factory and Scotland on Tour

Refreshments, including home baking will be available at the interval, and, as usual, it is B.Y.O.B


And on 9th September @ 19.30

Blas festival concert from Megan Henderson and the James Mackenzie Trio

Megan Henderson is multi-instrumentalist and singer hailing from the West Highland town of Fort William. Growing up in a household with 6 older siblings all immersed in music, her path to becoming a musician was almost inevitable. Her early musical training was received through local Fèisean and the Lochaber Musical School. Megan went on to study Classical Violin at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama where she gained her degree and valuable experience in performance, composition and arrangement. 

Traditional Scottish music always remained a strong passion and shortly after graduating she joined highly respected Scottish folk group Breabach. In her 10 years with the band, Breabach have carved out international recognition as one of Scotland’s most innovative and creative acts.

Her versatility, technical skill and outgoing nature make Megan a much in demand session musician, performing and recording with artists including Salsa Celtica, the Grit Orchestra, Le Vent Du Nord, Siobhan Miller, Kris Drever and Duncan Chisolm.

Megan and Alasdair Iain Paterson will be joined by the James Duncan MacKenzie Trio. James is a multi-instrumentalist from Lewis, best known as a fine piper and composer and his trio will open the evening.

More information and tickets from www.blas.scot




Thanks to Highland Council, Black Isle Ward Discretionary Fund for the grant that has allowed us to buy new staging.

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