An Dhá at the RUH

 

1pm

Thursday 17th August 2017

 
Atrium Cafe
Royal United Hospital
Combe Park
Bath
BA1 3NG

Description

An Dhá are a Fiddle and Cello duo writing and performing folk music that combines styles and genres to explore the boundaries of contemporary folk music. They formed in 2013 at Trinity Laban conservatoire after Violinist Jaya Hanley and Cellist Sarah James visited the Isle of Skye and were entranced by the beauty and music of the Island. Their music has been played on shows including BBC Radio 3͛s World on 3 and BBC Radio Scotland͛s Travelling Folk. After winning the London Fiddle Convention Competition in 2016 they went on to win the Celtic Connections 2017 Danny Kyle Open Stage.

An Dhá means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic; two musicians, a Fiddle and a Cello, on a journey exploring life and music together. Their music is about their life and connection together and in November 2017 they took it a step further and got engaged on top of Arthurs Seat in Edinburgh.

 

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This event is organised by Art at the Heart of the RUH. Art at the Heart supports the RUH Bath with an award winning art and design programme that stimulates healing and well-being and creates an uplifting environment for patients, visitors and staff.