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Scottish music twosome plays highland magic

All the concert goers are in for highland magic as Scottish cellist Natalie Haas and fiddler Alasdair Fraser come to Ashland to play selections from their newest CD named Abundance, which is a collection of their own compositions that have a strong foundation in Scottish folk music.
The well known music artist is known for their high-spirited folk dance music and making a range of Celtic music heightened with different global styles. Ashland based music teacher and fiddle player Duane Whitcomb told that Alasdair Fraser is a master of his art.
He added that he has heard him a number of times, and he is one of the best fiddlers alive. He tours all across the world and works hard to pass on his Scottish fiddling techniques. Whitcomb’s advanced diddle students, Creekside Strings, would open for Fraser and Hass at 8 pm, Saturday, 25th October, at the Havurah Shir Hadash, 185 N. Mountain Ave. Ashland. Advance tickets would cost US$ 25 and could be bought at Music Coop, 268 E. Main St. or at stclairevents.com. The tickets would cost US$ 28 at the door, US$ 10 for ages twelve to seventeen. Kids eleven year old and younger get in free.
Whitcomb further added that they are looking forward to this gig. He is really very happy that his students have a scope to open for a listen these two lovely music artist. Fraser is quite well known for guiding and supporting young music artists.

All the concert goers are in for highland magic as Scottish cellist Natalie Haas and fiddler Alasdair Fraser come to Ashland to play selections from their newest CD named Abundance, which is a collection of their own compositions that have a strong foundation in Scottish folk music.

The well known music artist is known for their high-spirited folk dance music and making a range of Celtic music heightened with different global styles. Ashland based music teacher and fiddle player Duane Whitcomb told that Alasdair Fraser is a master of his art.

He added that he has heard him a number of times, and he is one of the best fiddlers alive. He tours all across the world and works hard to pass on his Scottish fiddling techniques. Whitcomb’s advanced diddle students, Creekside Strings, would open for Fraser and Hass at 8 pm, Saturday, 25th October, at the Havurah Shir Hadash, 185 N. Mountain Ave. Ashland. Advance tickets would cost US$ 25 and could be bought at Music Coop, 268 E. Main St. or at stclairevents.com. The tickets would cost US$ 28 at the door, US$ 10 for ages twelve to seventeen. Kids eleven year old and younger get in free.

Whitcomb further added that they are looking forward to this gig. He is really very happy that his students have a scope to open for a listen these two lovely music artist. Fraser is quite well known for guiding and supporting young music artists.