NCEM Season 2018


Tuesday 27th March | 7.30pm

Support: TBA
£16.00 (concs. £14.00, U35 £5.00 limited availability)

U35 and full time students £5 (More Info, how to book & T&Cs at

This innovative young Celtic folk band is based in Glasgow, where some of its members studied at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire.  Barluath were a great hit on their NCEM debut two years ago and we are delighted to bring them back to York.  Now a five-piece, the group embraces both traditional and contemporary folk music from Scotland, Ireland and North America.  They are fronted by the wonderful singing, in both English and Gaelic, (not to mention occasional step-dancing) of Ainsley Hamill, who is superbly supported by a rich instrumental mix of highland and border bagpipes, whistle, fiddle, piano and guitar.

“The instrumental sets create a big, full sound – the piano / pipes / fiddle / guitar combination being very reminiscent of the Battlefield Band.” - Paul Matheson, fRoots

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When & Where

National Centre for Early Music
Enough tickets
Tue, Mar 27


More Info

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