Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th February 2024 | 10:30am – 1:00pm | Ulster University, York Street, BT15 1ED
Alana MacInnes is a prominent Scottish piper and traditional musician hailing from South Uist, an island in the Outer Hebrides. Playing from a young age, she has become a well-known performer and teacher in the traditional music scene, both as a soloist and with her band Beira.
Alana’s music is recognised for its emotive quality, with a focus on the Scottish piping traditions of her homeland. Her contributions to the traditional music scene and her dedication to promoting and preserving Scottish culture make her an important figure in the music industry.
All classes are designed for intermediate to advanced (minimum 2 years instrument experience) adults and children over 6 years of age, with the exception of Traditional Singing, Set Dancing, Sean Nós Dancing & Whistle & Sing, which are pitched at beginner level while also facilitating the more experienced.