Enjoy a lively evening with Duan, a young and spirited Gaelic band bringing traditional music to new audiences!
Duan (Gaelic for little ditty or song) is set to dazzle audiences with their modern take on traditional Gaelic music.
Duan are a Glasgow/Edinburgh based Gaelic band, dedicated to preserving traditional songs and combining them with a modern flair. Singers Tawana Maramba and Iris MacLeod are backed by Piano/Guitar duo Laura Penman and Finlay Lawson and accordionist Calum Murray.
Prepare to be captivated as Duan combines Gaelic melodies with their unique contemporary flair. Laura, the band's pianist, shares, "We love infusing our style into traditional Gaelic tunes, giving them a fresh twist and bringing them to a whole new crowd."
This talented ensemble started their musical journey at Tollcross Primary School. They have been making waves since their inception at the Mòd in 2019, where they performed as Burach.
The band will be introduced by Ann Paterson, Edinburgh's Capital Gaelic Officer. Don't miss this opportunity to witness the future of Gaelic music in an unforgettable performance.
This ticketed event promises an exhilarating evening suitable for music enthusiasts aged 10 and above.
Read more about Duan’s journey on our website.
Non-concession tickets: £6.
Concession tickets (including people aged 65 and over, people aged under 16, and students): £5.