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Amy Lord, Scottish singer

Wighton Heritage Centre, Central Library, Wellgate, Dundee
Cappuccino Concert
Saturday 22nd February,  11am (coffee available from 10.30am)  Tickets £5 at the door.

Amy Lord, Scottish singer.


Highly regarded by her fellow singers, Amy Lord started singing in her early teens at Dunblane Folk Club and has been greatly influenced by her family, in particular her mother who is also a singer.

In 2007 she graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (Now Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) with a BA Honours Degree in Scottish Music. Whilst there, she studied under some of Scotland's finest Scots singers and traditional musicians, including Gordeanna McCulloch, Alison McMorland, Rod Paterson and Brian McNeill. Shortly after graduating, she was a finalist in the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year Competition.

Amy has recently worked with the Wighton Singers and they will be providing harmonies on some of her songs.


Further information: call 07720 891664 or 01382 221242

Lunchtime Recital tomorrow: Amy Leach

Wighton Heritage Centre, Lunchtime Recital, Wednesday 5th February 2014, 1.15 - 1.45pm

First Friends of Wighton Lunchtime Recital of the year will feature the fine young singer, Amy Leach.

Amy Leach is from Edinburgh, now living and studying in Newcastle upon Tyne. She grew up singing through the Edinburgh Youth Gaitherin and particularly enjoys singing the muckle sangs. She will graduate this year from the Folk and Traditional Music BMus at Newcastle University - and hopes to sing and write about ballads for the foreseeable future!

Admission free, donations welcome!
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