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Forthcoming - March 2013

NonSuch Dulcimer Spring Fling

lap dulcimer tutor - Denehome, Allandale

 

September 2012

Custom dulcimer... 

I think, I sense, I hope, it's happening.   Watch this space!

 

Women Live - Netherbow theatre, Royal mile, Edinburgh

Friday 7th September, 2012, 7.00pm

 

In concert with Dougie MacLean & friends

Always a sell-out, this concert brings together some of Dougie's musical friends, old and new... with a wonderfully eclectic and stunningly talented line-up!

This final concert of the annual 10 day Perthshire Amber festival always has a special atmosphere with unexpected combinations and lots of surprises!

Special guests will be added right up to the last minute but confirmed for the line up already are Janice and Jen Clark, David Allison, The Michael McGoldrick Trio and Karen Mathieson with Donald Shaw.

Saturday 6th November 2010, 7.30pm
Pitlochry Festival Theatre Main Auditorium
Tickets - £22

 

 

Furness Tradition Festival

The annual Furness Tradition festival takes place in and around the centre of the old Market town of Ulverston in Cumbria.

See Jen live at the 2009 festival.



Edinburgh's Ceilidh Culture Festival

Campbell, Clark and MacInnes in concert Wednesday 28th March as part of Edinburgh's Ceilidh Culture Festival 2007.

The Lot Theatre, Grassmarket, Edinburgh.

 

Excerpt from Aberdeen Press and Journal

'Three leading figures from Scotland's traditional music scene will share the stage in Aberdeen tonight. Jen Clark, Iain MacInnes and Mairi Campbell have joined forces to form a folk music 'supergroup' whose debut gig in Glasgow this month was critically acclaimed.

For Jen Clark, pioneer of the use of dulcimer in Scottish music, it is a homecoming. Now based in Edinburgh, Aberdonian Jen is from a famous folk music family. She is also a former member of top Scots folk group, the Battlefield Band.

Mr MacInnes, whose roots are in Lewis, plays pipes and whistle and was also formerly a member of two leading folk bands, Ossian and the Tannahill Weavers.

The multi-talented Mairi Campbell sings, plays fiddle and viola, and is a leading exponent of Cape Breton-style step dancing.'


 ©  Jen Clark 2012