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Calum Stewart Trio

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Calum Stewart Trio

Calum Stewart Trio melt Scottish and Breton traditions into a unique musical sound.

Formed through an existing musical friendship and rooted in their respective traditions, Calum Stewart & Heikki Bourgault explore an interceltic link; marrying old melodies together with new in an inspiring, assertive and dynamic interplay.

A leading Uilleann Piper & Flautist, Calum Stewart’s powerful and lyrical playing style is rooted in the traditional music of his native northern Scotland. Calum has developed a distinct voice, through his collaborations within the Irish, Breton and Scandinavian traditions.

Coming from a new generation of guitarists, Heikki Bourgault embraces the strong tradition of Breton musicians, whilst pushing the boundaries of the open tuned guitar. His knowledge of Fest Noz dance, both as dancer and musician, nourishes his composition in the Breton style, whilst giving him a solid base to explore new ground.

Yann Le Bozec is one of Brittany’s finest double bass players. In demand as both recording and touring artist, his upbringing in traditional music and dance is central to his playing.

Calum Stewart Trio captures three of today’s leading instrumentalists in full flight: Driving Celtic Roots.

Line-up :

Calum Stewart: uilleann pipes, whistles
Heikki Bourgault: guitar
Yann Le Bozec: double bass

More information about Calum Stewart Trio, please visit www.calumstewarttrio.com.

For conditions and bookings, please contact Loecker – a passion for roots music.

Musical regards,

Patrick

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