Transforming Communities

LMN Scotland welcomes new musicians

Congratulations to all the artists accepted onto the Live Music Now Scotland scheme after three days of auditions last week in Glasgow and Edinburgh!

They are a talented and inspiring group, all set to start bringing live music into the community in early 2020 – and we look forward to introducing you to them then. Find information about upcoming concerts in Scotland on the Live Music Now website, or by following Live Music Now Scotland on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

A warm welcome to:

Sophie Rocks (harp)

Clarke-Michie Duo Christopher Michie (flute) & Aimee Clarke (harp)

Notes on a Pag Amy Strachan (soprano) & Daniel Peter Silcock (piano)

Celtic Pacifica Rebecca Murphy (soprano) & Jia Ning Ng (piano)

Vox Duo Karla Grant (soprano) & Julia Solomon (mezzo soprano)

Megan MacDonald & Calum McIlroy (accordion & guitar)

Larsen, Macdonald & McLaughlin TrioLea Søndergaard Larsen (bodhran), Euan McLaughlin (fiddle/guitar) & Megan MacDonald (accordion)

Jamie Macdonald & Nick Kirk (fiddle & guitar)

Alena Bulatetskaya (accordion)

Twogether Duo Huixin Hu (violin) & Alena Bulatetskaya (accordion)

Cordes et Ciel Héloïse Bernard (soprano) & Kristina Watt (lute/theorbo/guitar)

Rosan Duo Lisa Robertson (violin) & Tamsin Birch (soprano)

Sally Simpson & Catriona Hawksworth (fiddle & piano/accordion)

Campus Trio Richard Scholfield (saxophone), John Anthony Craig (saxophone) & Maria Urian (piano)

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