EXTERNAL EVENTS / SFF: Recitals Pete Clark and Muriel Johnstone

Scots Fiddle Festival presents

SFF: Recitals Pete Clark and Muriel Johnstone

19 November 2017 at 2:00pm

Dissection Room, Summerhall

Pete Clark lives in highland and plays regularly throughout Scotland and beyond. His most frequent musical companions are Muriel Johnstone (piano), Gregor Lowrey (accordion) and Ron Shaw (cello). He features in the 4-piece line up, "Auld Hat, New Heids" featuring singing brothers Fraser and Ian Bruce.

Pianist extraordinaire and prolific composer, Muriel Johnstone is highly acclaimed in the world of Scottish country dancing. Starting piano lessons aged 7, she obtained a B(Mus) degree from Edinburgh Uni and teaching qualification from Moray House. Although classically trained, she always found the pull of traditional music irresistible, and has played and taught for Scottish country dance all over the world, working with Angus Fitchet and Alasdair Fraser among others. 
 

PLEASE NOTE This event takes place at Summerhall, 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1PL
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SFF: Recitals Pete Clark and Muriel Johnstone
Event SFF: Recitals Pete Clark and Muriel Johnstone
Date 19 November 2017 at 2:00pm
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