A native of Ardrossan, in Ayrshire, Alastair Savage had grown up as a folk fiddler, famously winning The Double (both the Ayrshire and National sections of the Land O' Burns Scots' Fiddle Competition) in 1986, before going on to study classical playing at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music in Glasgow and then the Royal Academy of Music in London. Alastair heeded the call of the traditional tunes that had started him off as a musician, and, together with his great friends Euan Drysdale and Iain Crawford, The Alastair Savage Trio was born.
Join us at St Margaret's for a Second Sunday Concert with a difference!
Tickets: £6 (£4 concessions; under 16s free)
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