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Nitin Sawhney and Cara Rose

Nitin Sawhney and Cara Rose


Nitin Sawhney and Cara Rose


Celtic Connections

Dates and times

Tuesday 28 January 2020
8:00PM - 10:30PM

Nitin Sawhney performs his biggest hits from across his career, including tracks from award-winning albums Beyond Skin (1999) and Prophesy (2001). 

Sawhney is one of the most distinctive and versatile musical voices around today, achieving an international reputation across every possible creative medium. 

In 2017 he received the Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement award, and is firmly established as a world-class producer, songwriter, DJ, multi-instrumentalist, orchestral composer and cultural pioneer.  He has recently been honoured with a CBE.

He has become a modern-day ‘Renaissance man’ in the worlds of music, film, videogames, dance and theatre. His endless creative curiosity makes him a formidable polymath across the whole artistic range of media associated with the music industry. 

With over 20 studio albums to his name, including solo albums, film soundtracks and compilations along with over 50 film scores he has received a substantial wealth of major national and international awards for the work. 

Sawhney is currently working on a new album for Sony Masterworks and recently performed to a sold out crowd at the Royal Albert Hall celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of his seminal album Beyond Skin.

Support comes from Cara Rose, a 21 year old singer songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland. Exploring what it means to be a young person in these uncertain times, Cara's soulful musings have won over fans young and old as she honed her craft across the city's venues. Distinctly Glaswegian, Cara's direct, passionate and insightful lyrics hold no punches as they traverse topics of young love, humanity and political discourse.

Venue Map


Old Fruitmarket

Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ

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