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September 2019

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4 September @ 7:30 pm | Universal Hall, Findhorn

The legendary, multi-award winning Old Blind Dogs bounded into their 25th anniversary year with a cracking new album Room with a View. With a line-up from the world of Scottish folk music that is approaching superstar status, the band creates a sound which stands at the forefront of the Scottish roots music revival.  ‘Room with a View… could well be a contender for Scottish album of the year.’  Folk World

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11 September @ 7:30 pm | Universal Hall, Findhorn

Taking inspiration from their roots in the Irish and English traditions, Flook have an enviable trademark sound, weaving and spinning traditionally rooted tunes over precise acoustic grooves, with a rare blend of fiery technical brilliance, delicate ensemble interaction and a bold, adventurous musical imagination.  Twenty-four years after their first gig together, Flook continue to inspire and enchant audiences of all ages. With their new album ‘Ancora’ out in 2019, it’s plain to see that Flook, with their roots firmly anchored in the tradition, are holding fast…

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12 September @ 7:30 pm | Gairloch Community Hall,

We have an amazing performance to look forward to in Gairloch Community Hall on Thursday 12th September at 7.30pm with Mbilou, a Bwiti Nganga (healer, dancer, musician and ceremony leader) from Gabon and KaKatsitsi - a group of traditional drummers, dancers and singers from the Ga tribe of Southern Ghana. Their music, rooted in the fishing community of Jamestown, Accra, takes traditional rhythms and chants from their own Ga tradition and those of a variety of other West African cultures,…

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12 September @ 8:00 pm | Melvich Village Hall, Melvich

With every choice we create a new universe. I make it, I don’t make it, I make it, I don’t. Two musician-performers take us on a fantastical journey that links four characters in interconnecting tales across the multiverse, in a story that explores an existential conundrum of belief. Somewhere out there, has another version of you followed a better path? The Myth of the Singular Moment is all about the choices we make and those we don’t, the brief moments…

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14 September @ 8:00 pm | Universal Hall, Findhorn

Making a hugely welcome return to the Universal Hall, Kakatsitsi have established themselves as one of the leading African drumming groups, renowned for the quality of their singing and their accessible, funky, danceable drumming grooves. For this performance they will be collaborating with Mbilou who is an Nganga – healer, musician and dancer from the Bwiti traditional religion of the forest regions of equatorial Africa, modern day Gabon. Bwiti is an ancient shamanic tradition, originally practised solely by the forest peoples of the central African rainforest. See our…

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