Ayres of France, Graces of Scotland

Elspeth McVeigh (soprano) and Robin Thodey (lute, baroque fiddle). Elspeth McVeigh, soprano, returns to the Fringe with two concerts of wonderful 16th- to 17th-century popular Scottish, French and European court and street music. Lute (Robin Thodey) and Scottish Fiddle accompaniment.

£10 (£8)

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