A concert with Paul Anderson and Siobhan Miller (and Aaron Jones)
Support from The Spiers Family, Geordie Murison, Hector Riddell, Kenny Hadden, George and Stuart Davidson, Graeme Mitchell and Neil Dawson
Paul Anderson from Tarland in Aberdeenshire is a respected performer, composer and teacher of Scottish traditional fiddle music. In 1995 he won the prestigious Glenfiddich Scottish Fiddle Championship and three of his pupils have since won the same competition. He's been a regular on TV and radio and he recently featured in the new film production of the classic Compton Mackenzie book "Whisky Galore".
Siobhan Miller is one of the foremost singers in Scotland. She is already a two time winner of the 'Scots Singer of the Year' award. With Orcadian musician and singer, Jeana Leslie she has released two highly praised CDs, ‘In a Bleeze’(2008) and ‘Shadows Tall’ (2010). 'Flight of Time' her debut solo album was released in 2014 and was nominated for album of the year at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards 2015. She has toured extensively throughout Britain, Europe and America appearing at folk clubs, arts centres and festivals.
Voted Scots Trad Music Awards 'Instrumentalist of the Year' in 2005, Aaron Jones has performed on over seventy albums and continues to tour the world and record with many of the top names in traditional music. As well as accompanying Siobhan, he is a member of Old Blind Dogs and the Kate Rusby Band.
Sunday 17th April 2016 - Lemon Tree (Lounge & Studio): 12.30pm doors / 1.30pm start
Sunday 17th April @ The Lemon Tree
3 x Workshops
1.30pm to 3.30pm Fiddle with Paul Anderson in Lounge
1.30pm to 3.30pm Song with Siobhan Miller in Studio
1.30pm to 3.30pm Tin Whistle Work Shop in Kates Bar
Cost £20 per person (early bird offer £15 until 15th March) (please note Tin Whistle workshop is £10 solely)
Places on each workshop are limited and pre booking is essential call 01224 314795 or email email@example.com for tickets
Followed by an informal Sunday music/song session 4.00 pm to 5.45pm