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Maggie MacInnes and Dàibhidh Stiùbhard

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Maggie MacInnes and Dàibhidh Stiùbhard

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Maggie MacInnes and Dàibhidh Stiùbhard

Celtic Connections

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Dates and times

Wednesday 22 January 2020
8:00PM - 10:30PM

Singer (Gaelic and Scots) and Celtic Harp player, Maggie MacInnes, was born in Glasgow but comes from a long line of Gaelic singers from the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides and learned most of her Gaelic songs from her mother the highly acclaimed traditional singer, Flora MacNeil. Maggie will be performing with her son Calum Park (on fiddle, guitar and backing vocals). Having performed often with her mother in the past, Maggie is delighted that Calum is keeping up the family musical tradition. Calum started at a young age touring with the Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra and now has his own band the Glenpark Ceilidh Band. Maggie will also be joined on stage by two highly respected musicians with whom she has performed for many years, Brian McAlpine (keyboards/accordion) and Anna Massie (guitar).

Dàibhidh Stiùbhard is a traditional singer from County Tyrone. He is part of a new generation of singers who take their cues from legends of the Ulster tradition such as Paddy Tunney, Sarah Makem, and Rita Gallagher, and in 2020 releases his debut album, An Sionnach Dubh.


Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3NY