If you would like to have further details or to book tickets for these concerts, contact Moira Kerr by e-mail.
Moira Kerr with Sounds Celtic is an on-line radio programme in which Moira presents a selection of music and sogwriters from Scotland and around the world at 10.00 to 12 noon GMT on Saturdays. She is always happy to play particular requests for listeners who email her via the radio Web site. The show is repeated at 3am on Sunday morning (10pm Eastern time in North America) for the benefit of listeners in US and Canada. The program can be heard on 1530 kHz AM/MW in the Glasgow and surrounding area or live on the Internet via www.celticmusicradio.net. Just click on the "Listen Live" button at the top of the home page at the designated times.
Wednesday 31 August 2016
Moira teamed up with Spanish guitarist Ricardo Garcia at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This proved to be so successful that they performed together again at a special concert at Hillhead Sports Club in Glasgow. Ricardo Garcia's roots lie in Flamenco, but in recent years he has explored Jazz, African music, collaborated with a sitar and tabla player, Jordanian and Cambodian musicians and with Scottish traditional musicians. They had a full house and a terrific response. Her spots with Ricardo, who was in awesome form, were so exciting. Roll on next year when he returns to Scotland!
Sunday 3rd Sept 2017
Moira will be singing songs from Sinatra to Sting and Carpenter to King in "Songs Round The Piano" in the Music Room at House For An Art Lover in Bellahouston Park, accompanied on piano by Barry MacKillop. The performance is at 1pm followed by three course lunch with glass of wine. Tickets £32. For more details and online booking at House for an Art Lover
Thursday 30 November 2017
There will be a St Andrew's Day Dinner at 7pm for 7.30pm in the Music Room at House for an Art Lover at which former Scottish Accordian Champion Dave Cormack will play during pre-dinner drinks. After a three course dinner with matched wine, Moira will sing Scottish songs both traditional and modern. Ticket price £65. For more details, contact House for an Art Lover.