The Venue, Leeds College of Music
Concert takes place between 1.05pm - 1.55pm.
Perle Picard - fiddle
Amy McCall - fiddle
Ruairidh Geddes - fiddle
Aimee Clark - clàrsach
Ryan Corbett - accordion and piano
Traditional - Scotch Mist
Scott Skinner Reels
James Scott Skinner - Jamie Shearer
James Scott Skinner - Left Handed Fiddler
Traditional - Ruairi Dubh
Phil Cunningham - Finlay Macrae
Phil Cunningham - The Man who Shot The Windmill
Phil Cunningham - Sandy MacLeod of Garafad
Traditional - Nameless
Phil Cunningham - Loch Katherine Lady
James Skott Skinner - Laird Drumblair
Bobby MacLeod - Jean's Reel
Lauren MacColl - Ruisgarry
Willie Lawrie - Mrs MacDonald of Dunach
Scott Skinner - Doctor Morrison's Seven Thistles
William Marshall - The Marquis of Queensbury
Bernard Andrès - Pistache
Donald Shaw - Balindore
George Johnston - Donella Beaton
Cape Breton Set
Paul Cranford - Fenella's
Traditional - Miss Norman McKeegan's
Traditional - Hamish the Carpenter
Ruairidh started playing the violin at the age of seven and has recently passed her Grade 8 with distinction. She also loves jazz and traditional music.
Aged seventeen, Amy is from Glasgow and started playing the violin at the age of five. She discovered traditional music at Glasgow Fiddle Workshop at the age of twelve.
Ryan, from Milngavie, is sixteen years old and studies accordion with Djordje Gajic and traditional piano with James Ross. He recently passed his Grade 8 classical piano with Distinction.
Aimée is a sixth form student at the Glasgow Gaelic School and for the past eleven years has studied harp and clàrsach as part of the Junior Conservatoire.
Perle, originally from France, is seventeen years old and is living in Glasgow. She started learning the violin at the age of five and has been studying at the Junior Conservatoire since 2006.View
the brochure online for Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2015/16