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Extended Festival Performances

Date: Friday 28th July

Genre: Contemp/Jazz/Trad

Venue: Victoria & Albert Halls

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £10 - Tickets available from Yule’s newsagent, Ballater

Heriot Watt Jazz Group & Christopher Napier

By: Heriot Watt Jazz Group, Christopher Napier

This eight piece ensemble from Heriot Watt University bring a mix of classic and contemporary jazz sounds and promise a wide ranging repertoire. Returning to Ballater with them is the impressive Ukulele player Christopher Napier. Tickets available from Yule’s newsagent, Ballater

Date: Saturday 29th July

Genre: Classical

Venue: Aden Park Theatre

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/ £5

Roslin String Quartet

By: Roslin String Quartet

The Roslin String Quartet are based in Glasgow and have come together to explore repertoire that is inspired from classical and traditional music traditions from across the world. All graduates of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland repertoire will include the String Quartet in G minor by Greig.

Date: Saturday 29th July

Genre: Music

Venue: St. Margarets Church, Braemar

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/ £6 under 16 free tickets from: Jane Smith - 07780433302 or admin@stmargaretsbraemar.org.uk

Ricciotti Ensemble (The Netherlands)

By: Ricciotti Ensemble

This Dutch Orchestra bring a high level of musicianship to many non-venue settings in informal pop-up performances with the aim of bringing classical music to places it isn't normally heard.   Tickets from: Jane Smith - 07780433302, admin@stmargaretsbraemar.org.uk

Date: Saturday 29th July

Genre: Dance & Song

Venue: Kemnay Village Hall

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: ££7/£5 Tickets available from Kemnay Library

African Dance & Song Night

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Expect high energy dance, music and song from the African continent in the sharing of their unique stories.

Date: Saturday 29th July

Genre: Classical

Venue: Gordons chapel, Focabers

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8.50 on the door

Tatiana Serova (Russia) & Tim Kadlec (Czech Republic)

By: Tatiana Serova, Tim Kadlec

This concert features two international soloists; Tatiana Serova plays a traditional Russian repertoire on the Dorma string instrument, accompanied by accordionist Alex Kazakov. Flautist Tim Kadlec returns to AIYF after a successful visit as part of a Moravian Wind Quintet in 2016.
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