The BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Finals will be live on Sunday 3rd February, 2013 between 5-8pm on BBC Radio Scotland.
You can catch the TV programme of the Awards on BBC ALBA, Monday 4th February, 2013 at 21:00.
It’s all very exciting!!
The final of the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Award will take place at 5pm on the 3rd February 2013 at the The Stevenson Concert Hall, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as part of Glasgow’s Celtic Connections Festival. It will be broadcast live on BBC Radio Scotland at 5pm and will also be filmed by BBC Scotland for transmission in the following days. You can buy a ticket from Celtic Connections Box Office
The finalists are: (full biogs below)
Andrew Dunlop (Connel) piano
Graham Mackenzie (Inverness) fiddle
Grant MacFarlane (Paisley) accordion
Hannah Fisher (Dunkeld) fiddle
Paddy Callaghan (Glasgow) accordion
Scott Wood (Erskine) pipes, whistle
We had an amazing response to the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Music Award this year and we’re very happy to announce the following semi-finalists. Each of the musicians performed in Coulter Hall, Coulter, South Lanarkshire on the 6th October
Mhairi Marwick, Fochabers (fiddle)
Danny McGuinness, Glasgow (whistle/accordion)
Jack Badcock, Abernethy (song/guitar)
Alistair Iain Paterson, Bishopton (piano)
Scott Wood, Erskine (pipes/whistle)
Linzi Murphy, Neilston (song)
Graham Mackenzie, Inverness (fiddle)
Ronald AA MacDonald, Edinburgh (piano/song)
Paddy Callaghan, Glasgow (accordion)
Hannah Fisher, Dunkeld (fiddle)
Seonaidh MacIntyre, Lochcarnon (pipes/whistle)
Kirsty Law, Heriot (song)
Andrew Dunlop, Connel (piano)
Grant MacFarlane, Paisley (accordion)
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