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Date: Thursday 3rd August

Genre: Music

Venue: Macduff Arts Centre

Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £8/£6

Extended Festival: Tim Kadlec and the Roslin String Quartet

By: Tim Kadlec, Roslin String Quartet

Welcoming Tim Kadlec and the Rolin String Quartet in a Double Bill: The Roslin String Quartet are based in Glasgow and have come together to explore reportoire that is inspired from classical and traditional music traditions from across the world. All graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland repertoire will include the String Quartet in G minor by Greig. Flautist Tim Kadlec returns to AIYF after a successful visit as part of a Moravian Wind Quartet in 2016.

Tickets available from Alastair Mason, alastairmason@btinternet.com or tel 01261 812 941

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: Song

Venue: St. Machar Cathedral

Time: 10.30am
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: Hamrahlidarkorinn (Iceland)

By: Hamrahlidarkorinn

The Cathedral should provide the perfect setting for this Icelandic choir. With a style that resonates and speaks of their homeland, this is a great setting to hear them create their beautiful collective sound.

Tickets can be purchased from here: http://bit.ly/2uNUl45

Date: Friday 4th August

Genre: Music

Venue: Queens Cross Church Sanctuary

Time: 3pm
Cost: £6.60

Up Close & Musical: Dalken Difato (Italy)

By: Dalken Difato

Daklen began studying piano at seven years old and at eight he started at the Conservatory of Music 'E. R. Duni' in Matera where he recently graduated from. Now an experienced international performer this award winning musician continues to balance his further studies with a busy performance schedule. Tickets can be purchased from here:  http://bit.ly/2sQjV6Y

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