Juliette Lemoine and Chris Amer + Teud - The Hebridean Fiddle Project

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Juliette Lemoine and Chris Amer

Two accomplished new voices on the Scottish music scene, Juliette Lemoine and Chris Amer together explore traditional Scottish music with originality, energy and depth. Since her sold-out performance at Celtic Connections 2023, cellist Juliette has continued to cement her status as a trailblazer, progressing and redefining the cello within Scottish traditional music. Chris Amer plays a unique 5-string theorbed tenor guitar and exemplifies a thoughtful, musically intelligent playing style. Together, their live performances are an immersive dialogue characterised by rich emotional colour, close interaction and vibrant spontaneity.


Teud - The Hebridean Fiddle Project

Teud, meaning string in English, is the collaboration between fiddlers Claire Frances MacNeil, Shona Masson and Jamie MacDonald. The band grew out of a conversation regarding the differing Hebridean fiddle styles and music throughout the Hebrides. Drawing on the musical and cultural heritage of their individual islands, they culminate in the performance of Gaelic music and songs showcasing the ‘Hebridean fiddle style’.


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