Catrin Finch / Seckou Keita

at The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh
£24.20

Includes booking fee

Customers with disabilities please call 0131 668 2019 to book

This show was rescheduled from 10th June 2020.

Featuring

Catrin Finch

Catrin Finch appearing at this event

Catrin Finch is one of the harp's primary exponents and has brought a new audience to the intricate and beautiful instrument through her boundless energy and enthusiasm. Described as 'The Queen Of Harps’, she's enjoyed a phenomenal career thus far, has performed across the globe and in the Royal Palaces and played to Royalty from around the world as part of her appointment to The Prince Of Wales and was recently nominated for a Classical Brit Award.

See 8 tour dates featuring Catrin Finch

Seckou Keita

Seckou Keita appearing at this event

A potent cocktail of spiritual Afro-Mandinka music with a twist of jazz composed by a Sekou Keita, a griot and international Kora player with a fantastic musical family pedigree. Respecting a musical tradition that stretches back to the 13th Century and the Mandinka Empire of West Africa, Seckou is an established contemporary master of the Kora, the 21-stringed African harp. With his feet firmly rooted in the 21st century and the identity of his heritage clear, Seckou is keen to experiment and develop fresh ideas. '... an inspired exponent of the Kora' (The Guardian).

See 8 tour dates featuring Seckou Keita

Vishtèn

Vishtèn are an Acadian multi-instrumentalist trio comprising twin sisters Pastelle and Emmanuelle LeBlanc and Pastelle’s husband Pascal Miousse who hails from the neighbouring Magdalen Islands. The sisters are also expert exponents of a French Canadian phenomenon “podorythmie” or foot percussion.

See 5 tour dates featuring Vishtèn

The Queen's Hall

  • 85-89 Clerk Street
  • Edinburgh
  • EH8 9JG

Website:
thequeenshall.net
Phone:
0131 668 2019
Disabled Booking:
0131 668 2019

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