Bogha-Frois: LGBT+ Voices in Conversation

Bogha-Frois: LGBT+ Voices in Conversation

Following on from three workshops held in Edinburgh in November, the team of artists behind Bogha-Frois come together ahead of their showcase concert to discuss the process of bringing together LGBT+ musicians from across Scotland to create new music. Panelists include Rachel Sermanni, Kim Carnie, Pedro Cameron (Man of the Minch), Nic Gareiss, Laura Wilkie and Grant McFarlane. Supported by Creative Scotland and Outspoken Arts Scotland, the project gives a platform and voice to the LGBT+ community in the traditional and folk music scene. Presented in partnership with Waterstones.

  • 2 Feb 2019
  • Waterstones
    153--157 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3EW
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