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Extended Festival Performances

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: Auld Kirk

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/ £5 For tickets either email clattauldkirk@gmail.com or call 01464 831462

Daria Trofimova (Russia) and Tatiana Serova (Russia)

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Both performers hail from St. Petersburg where they have been studying and AIYF are pleased they can share their rich repertoire with our local audiences. With classical and traditional song and music this concert should give a wonderful insight into the culture and traditions of their home region.  

For tickets either email clattauldkirk@gmail.com or call 01464 831462

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Multi Arts

Venue: Stonehaven Town Hall

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £10/£8 available from Stonehaven Tourist Office, Ma Simpsons, or any Stonehaven Rotarian

AIYF Stonehaven Gala

By: Feis Ros, Atlantic North,

A mix of musical styles is at the heart of this annual concert in 2017. Including traditional Scottish music from Feis Rois National Ceilidh Trail, folk with American influences from Atlantic North (USA), Pipers from Brazil that add a hint of Samba to their music and some African drumming and dance.  

Tickets available from Stonehaven Tourist Office, Ma Simpsons, or any Stonehaven Rotarian

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: Trinity Church, Alford

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/£5

Treol & Folkband North (Norway)

By: Treol, Folkband North

Tréol from Edinburgh and Folkband North have come together to collaborate over the AIYF festival period creating a wonderful fusion of traditional styles. They will play individual and joint sets in an evening that highlights the continuing energy and excitement in the traditional tunes by young people

Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: Macduff Arts Centre

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/£6

Tim Kadlec (Czech Republic) & Roslin String Quartet

By: Tim Kadlec, Roslin String Quartet

Flautist Tim Kadlec returns to AIYF as a soloist with repertoire that includes music from Bach, Debussy and composers from his routes. 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: Friday 4th August

Genre: Music

Venue: Peterculter Parish Church

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/£5

AIYF Ensemble & NYCoS Edinburgh

By: NYCoS

AIYF Ensemble is a new initiative made up of young singers from conservatoires and music courses across the UK. Sharing the concert will be the National Youth Choir of Scotland's highly regarded area choir from Edinburgh. Both choirs will have a wide range of repertoire from the more traditional church through to contemporary choral music.

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