Inspired by the extraordinary tenth century Aberdeenshire gospel book, Richard Ingham leads an evening of plainsong, reels and electronic soundscapes.

A sonic rollercoaster. With bells. Featuring Strangeness and Charm, with Richard Ingham (reeds), Maarten Verbraeken (trumpet), Fraser Burke (keyboard), Kenny Irons (bass), Andy James (percussion). 

‘Composer Richard Ingham’s rumbustious take on Scottish traditional music, Mrs Malcolm, Her Reel.' Scotsman

‘Ingham’s potent saxophone, intensifying the poignancy of this species of Highland lament to searing effect.' – Herald

'Richard Ingham’s Traditions Old and New, the pipes’ plangent lament joined by fiddle and accordion, then by a stirring heterophony of reed voicings.’ Scotsman

Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-5 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SR view map
17,18,19 August, 21.00

£9/£7 conc




Scottish Storytelling Centre

43-5 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SR

  • 17,18,19 August, 21.00

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