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Concert Baile

Date(s) - 15/08/2017
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm


Baile is a Glasgow based trad band made up of Euan McLaughlin (Edinburgh), Selina Ross (Kippen), Cameron Sharp (Plockton) and Callum Convoy (Balquhidder). They promise us a lively, upbeat set, so bring your dancing shoes!

They’ve played supporting bands such as the Rachel Hair Trio and Tannara as well as playing their own headline gigs across Scotland. They’ve also performed at Celtic Connections Festival Club.


Euan studied at The City of Edinburgh Music School and is currently preparing to study in Glasgow. He’s performed with bands such as Ashcroft, Rant, The Mick West Band, The Tim Kliphuis Sextet and a four piece with his brother and parents Frank McLaughlin & Gillian MacDonald at venues all over Scotland. He has also performed at The Scots Fiddle Festival as well as events in France and Spain. He teaches at Feis Dhun Eideann.

Selina has just finished studying at Douglas Academy in Glasgow and has performed all over Scotland with other young upcoming artists and with the Feis Fhoirt Ceilidh Trail as well as playing in China.

Cameron studied at The National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music in Plockton and is now studying in Glasgow. He has a lot of involvement with the Feis movement having toured with the Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail as well as teaching at Feis Fhoirt and has had lots of success performing with other up and coming artists all over Scotland. Cameron has been the Highlands and Islands young piper of the year for two years running and has also won awards at the Northern Meeting.

Callum is part of the St Rochs movement in Glasgow and has won awards for his Bodhran playing including coming 2nd place in the under 18s All Ireland Bodhran Competition at the Fleadh and has performed all over Scotland and Ireland with St Rochs and the Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail. Callum also featured on Ewan MacPherson’s latest album.

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