Soundhouse: Baltic Crossing
Hailing from the UK, Finland and Denmark, Baltic Crossing bring you fiery Scandinavian fiddles, bubbling Northumbrian pipes and a driving guitar and double bass rhythm section.
About Soundhouse: Baltic Crossing
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Baltic Crossing use their strong affinity for old dance music and respect for each others traditions to bring a new vibrant energy to the folk music of Europe.
Wherever they meet, at least one must cross the Baltic Sea. With award-winning members hailing from the UK, Finland and Denmark, Baltic Crossing bring you fiery Scandinavian fiddles, bubbling Northumbrian pipes and a driving guitar and double bass rhythm section.
You may recognise some (or all!) of the band:
Ian Stevenson – guitar and button accordion (KAN, 422, Andy May Trio, Alistair Anderson & Northlands), Andy May – Northumbrian pipes and piano (Andy May Trio), Antti Järvelä – mandolin and doublebass (Frigg), Esko Järvelä – five string violin (Frigg), Kristian Bugge – violin (Habadekuk).
Venue: Traverse Bar Café
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