Recommended Age Guideline 16+

Glasgow’s Brian Molley Quartet collaborate with world-renowned Indian percussionist Krishna Kishor in a highly original, innovative and exhilarating musical fusion. Performing a thrilling, genre-bending mix of jazz and world music which blends influences from Scottish and Indian folk traditions, expect everything from uptempo straight-ahead jazz to spiritual ragas, from energetic world-music beats to soulful ballads. A unique and groundbreaking collaboration, delivered with Celtic-Indo flair by a long-standing, multi-award winning, internationally acclaimed group and a world-class, guest percussionist.

The Jazz Bar, 1a Chambers Street Edinburgh EH1 1HR view map
August 19, 20th

20:30 (1h) | £15 (£12)


Joe Smillie, General Manager and Co-founder of The Glad Cafe, is talking about the reasons why Intercontinental was chosen to be a part of the Made in Scotland showcase.

On Tour

The Jazz Bar

1a Chambers Street Edinburgh EH1 1HR

  • August 19, 20th

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