My home town Fraserburgh doesn’t often get high calibre touring folk musicians, so this is a wonderful opportunity to catch some as part of the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2018. The Broch will see a fantastic group of musicians over from Nova Scotia, Canada, including Troy MacGillivray (fiddle & piano), Shelly Campbell (fiddle) and John Pellerin (fiddle & stepdance). They will be joined by brother and sister Alicia and Liam Blore playing Canadian Métis and Aboriginal music, and the lively trio, Figelin, who push the boundaries of their German and Kelzmer roots in an explosive combination of wild fiddles, earthy grooves, and vibrant voices. The performance is in the town’s historic Dalrymple Hall on Wednesday 11th July … tickets available here. If you see me there, say fit like!