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Anna McDonald

Monday 28th January 2019 at Aces & Eights »

Hauntingly beautiful, traditionally inspired folk music and beyond...

Anna MacDonald is a singer and songwriter of folk songs and more - Yes there are real celtic roots but Anna takes this to create something more... A multi-instrumentalist she is able to play the piano, guitar and clarsach which she beautifully intertwines with both English and Gaelic songs.

Anna was raised in Glasgow but spent every summer on the Isle of Skye where her family’s roots run deep. Her Highland connections have a strong influence on her from an early age... Anna learned more from the family ceildihs she attended than she ever did in school. In 2003 Anna spent a year studying at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland’s Gaelic College, which cemented her love for the language.

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