Posts Tagged ‘music’

Classical Season launches with Shetland born pianist Neil.

Posted by on September 9th, 2016 No Comments
Classical Season launches with Shetland born pianist Neil.

Shetland Art’s 2016/17 Classical Season begins on the 15th September with an intimate concert with Shetland born pianist and composer Neil Georgeson. Returning to Shetland for his first concert in over 4 years, for his first concert Neil has chosen a selection of pieces exploring ideas of home and islands, including Beethoven’sTempest Sonata, inspired by […]

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Shetland Arts Launch New Wellbeing Choir.

Posted by on September 7th, 2016 No Comments
Shetland Arts Launch New Wellbeing Choir.

Shetland Arts Launch New Wellbeing Choir. Mareel 20th September – 25th October  Shetland Arts is launching a natural voice Wellbeing Choir to provide opportunities for members of the public to take advantage of the health and social benefits of singing. Everyone loves a good song, but increasingly the medical profession is recognising that singing also […]

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Scottish Folk Duo Clype to play Mareel

Posted by on May 10th, 2016 No Comments
Scottish Folk Duo Clype to play Mareel

  “I urge you to give a listen to Clype. Simon Gall and Jonny Hardie create music which is eclectic, original, accomplished and challenging.” Richard Thompson “Distinctive and engaging….it’s genius” fRoots Magazine   If you’re suffering from post Folk Festival blues Shetland Arts have just the pick-me-up. Eclectic folk duo Clype will be playing Mareel […]

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The Unthanks to play Mareel

Posted by on March 4th, 2016 No Comments
The Unthanks to play Mareel

“I’m glad to be around at the same time as them. They make my heart beat faster.” Martin Freeman “It hits you in your soul, rather than you head. I love them.” Ade Edmondson “There really is no better folk band in the land” Q Magazine English folk group The Unthanks are set to play […]

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If you love music, go and see Lau, by Lewie Peterson

Posted by on June 12th, 2015 No Comments

If you love music, Lewie Peterson reckons you’d better go and see Lau.  Have a look below and see why. When a fiddle player, accordionist and guitarist decided to jam in a kitchen in Edinburgh, few would imagine that a decade later they would become one of the leading lights in the Scottish music scene. Attempting to […]

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