Aberdeen Performing Arts presents True North – Aberdeen’s festival of music and song – celebrating the North-east's singer songwriter tradition and providing a platform for the very best music and song, from ballads to contemporary classics, taking place from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 September at The Lemon Tree, Music Hall and in various locations across Aberdeen’s city centre.
Join Christine Kydd to sing songs from the great North east songbook and to write a new one! Open to families of all ages.
Jointly, Christine Kydd has worked (often with Ewan McVicar) delivering several projects on Scotland’s traditional arts, particularly in Aberdeenshire, Orkney, Fife, West Lothian, Angus, the Isle of Mull, and the Russian Urals. She has performed internationally as a singer focussing on Scots Song but also enjoys working in theatre (she worked on Communicado's Jock Tamson's Bairns and Dundee Rep's A Greater Tomorrow) and bespoke themed shows by writers including Ewan, for Festivals and events and venues such as National Library of Scotland and Scottish Storytelling Festival. She currently works with British Council on their World Voice project.