Northern Streams is a unique festival of Nordic and Scottish music, song and dance based in Edinburgh celebrating its 17th year.
Guest invited to perform at the event are:
The Danish duo – Fromseier & Hockings – who play fiddle, guitar and sing both old and new songs and tunes –
Brian O’hEadhra and Fiona Mackenzie & family with songs and music from the ‘Northlands’ – Scotland and Scandinavia – http://www.oheadhra-mackenzie.com
Vilja-Louise Skough Åborn – a Swedish singer based in Dumfries will be exploring songs from north sea cultures and the Scottish diaspora – https://www.viljalouise.com
The Låtmores – a Scottish/Finnish duo: Paul Sinclair (fiddle) & Janeta Österberg (accordion) who play a mix of traditional and modern folk tunes from Scotland and Scandinavia alongside their own original compositions – https://www.facebook.com/the.latmores/
The festival has evening concerts, sessions, daytime workshops (including a family friendly one) and is looking to also celebrate World Nyckelharpa Day on Sunday 26 April! More details as the programme gets finalised at www.northernstreams.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 0795 191 8366.
Paid tickets range from £6-£35 whilst some events are free. Usual concessions plus for TMSA members and Young Scot Cardholders apply.
We acknowledge the amazing support from the Culture Service Project Fund (Promoting Access) from the City of Edinburgh Council in partnership with The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 19/20 especially helping provide free events and tickets within the festival programme.
Additional information: The website will have all the relevant links for booking tickets, including postal options. We will also use this and related social media to keep people up to date with any changes that may occur given the current public health issues.